The singlet has a close-fitting bust, and a flared peplum. The straps are plenty wide enough to hide your bra straps if you're wearing one underneath. It is 83cm long.
Mix & match it with PJ pants or shorts. And of course you can wear it as day wear as well as nightwear!
While most House of Boom clothes are made in Wellington, in order to scale up and access sustainable fabrics, the Jo Jo Jim Jams were made for Boom in Bali by another Wellington business, Duffle & Co, who have already done the mahi in finding ethical sources overseas. As they put it:
Each one of our ethically made [clothes] come from a family-owned and run workshops in Canggu, Bali. Most of the tailors who used for Quicksilver and Volcom and like so many in Indonesia, lost their jobs due to the trade shift to China. The master tailors set a fair price and we run with it. With such little resources, this workshop creates clothing that screams quality as a result of the care and pride, they put into tailoring each piece. The problem is it's hard for this extended family to find work, as they are competing with mass production and limited access to overseas markets. We are proud to support them.