A cozy long-sleeved romper to sit back and enjoy a glass of wine with. Laying low, or hitting the town, the Friday romper will be there!
- Made with Sustainable Rayon from bamboo and cotton blend
- Tapered leg
- In seam pockets
- Signature Smash + Tess front seam
- Ethically made in Vancouver, Canada
Charlotte is 5'10" and is wearing an XXL
When we place orders with our partners, we are conscious of the quantity we bring in. We balance between demand and preventing over consumption by having to blow out excess inventory. So it's a good idea to get here early to ensure you get your size! Sign up for our newsletter to be the first to know about new arrivals and restocks.
A lot of our partners work seasonally. Sometimes we are able to restock their core items, but usually once it's gone it's gone so be sure to get here early.
We offer a slower flat rate shipping fee of $10 across North America. This can take anywhere from 4-14 business days depending on your proximity to BC Canada.
There will be options at checkout should you want a more rapid delivery.
All orders over $149 receive free shipping!
All options include tracking.
We ship across Canada and the USA.
We ship all over the rest of the world on a by-case basis. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a shipping estimate! Include your full shipping address and the product(s) you have in mind.
All over the world! Currently we work with brands that manufacture in:
- Canada (click for our Made in Canada collection)
Everything at Sweat Society is ethically sourced. We work closely with our brands to ensure they adhere to a standard of human rights throughout their production chain.
If a product is made in China we receive all certification and reports from ethical audit programs such as BSCI, WRAP, SEDEX, and SAI prior to onboarding the brand.
You can read more on each brand here
While we are working hard finding ethically made activewear that is manufactured with sustainable materials, not everything is sustainable.
You can check out our growing collection of sustainable activewear here