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Comfort, Sustainability, Femininity

 So often we have to choose between sexiness and comfortability when it comes to underwear. Throw away your synthetic lace thongs and your granny panties - Dreamers Delicates are designed to wear whether you’re lounging around the house, frolicking outside in nature, or stepping out on the town for date night. 


    Speaking of date nights, our pieces are made with materials that are breathable and even anti-bacterial. Your vag deserves it. No more trading sexiness for discomfort and disrupted pH levels. 


    Dreamers believes in sustainable and ethical production. Not only is each piece made entirely out of sustainable organic cotton and EcoVero, they are also adorned with deadstock and vintage embellishments, making each collection unique and one-of-a-kind. 


Our pieces are ethically manufactured in our small-batch factory in Bali, where workers are paid living wages and work in safe conditions. We believe that the positive and humane working conditions of our factory are reflected in the quality in our products. By supporting Dreamers, you are joining us in the fight against child labor and unethical production practices. You’ll receive your Dreamers Delicates in sustainable packaging. You can feel confident in your purchase knowing that you’re doing something good for yourself, the environment, and garment makers across the globe.  

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    Sustainability is a core piece of our mission at Dreamers. In a world with ever increasing climate catastrophe, we cannot ignore the impact that the fashion and textiles industry has on our fossil fuel use and carbon footprint. That’s why Dreamers Delicates are all made with 100% organic cotton and EcoVero.

Why EcoVero?


EcoVero is a revolutionary new textile paving the way for a sustainable alternative to viscose products. The wood pulp used to make EcoVero viscose comes from certified sustainable sources in Europe. The production of EcoVero recovers and reuses nearly all chemicals used in the process. Compared to conventional viscose production, EcoVero uses 50% less emissions, takes up half the energy and water use, and the bleaching process is 100% chlorine-free. 

EcoVero is resistant to moths and mildew, and is more durable than most conventional viscose fabrics. This textile is not only lightweight, breathable, and durable, but it is even anti-bacterial, making it an ideal fabric for undergarments.

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Why Organic Cotton? 


    Conventional cotton, as opposed to organic cotton, is one of two textiles that make up 80% of the globe’s textile production. Only 1% of the world’s cotton farming is organic. Conventional cotton is grown using pesticides and GMOs that pollute the soil and water, and are also harmful to the health of farmers. Pesticide use as well as hazardous dyeing chemicals can cause allergic reactions and respiratory issues for wearers.  

    Organic cotton, on the other hand, is grown with non-GMO seeds and without the use of pesticides, making it safer for the land, farmers, and consumers. Instead, pests are managed using trap crops and natural predators, which not only reduces harm to the land, but actually benefits it. Organic cotton is grown using crop rotation, intercropping, and composting practices, making for nutrient-rich soil which absorbs water more efficiently and requires less water overall.

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