When I started hernest I had my own idea of how these garments would fit into my life. What I didn't anticipate was the full meaning of the word "versatility."
It’s kind of what we live for here at hernest.
This is why we originally designed our clothes to cross the divide of daytime/nighttime and all the places life may take you. Here are some ways our customers are wearing our garments..
Whether you’re rolling out of bed and straight to school drop off, or perhaps running errands that engulf your day - our clothes are meant to be as adaptive as your to-do list needs us to be. Timeless, classic design means you can look good doing whatever you need to do.
If it’s a family vacation road trip or a weekly flight for work, the inconveniences of travel are taxing on the body and mind. We designed hernest for the utmost comfort and breathability so that - no matter where you are - you’ll feel at ease in what you’re wearing.
No matter where you are - you’ll feel at ease in what you’re wearing.
Taking a self-care moment (or a few) means needing to minimal distractions. Instead of feeling itchy, restricted, or too hot/too cold, you can count on hernest to help you feel cozy and relaxed without the too-tight feel of traditional activewear.
As your body grows and evolves through pregnancy, your wardrobe will, too. Our forgiving fabrics won’t stretch beyond recognition or leave you feeling like a ball of chaos. Instead, they’ll help keep you smooth and serene (and temperature-controlled).
Working From Home
Without a physical office or colleagues to see, it can be easy to let a sense of style fall by the wayside. Add a hint of stylish sophistication with our expertly cut flattering lines to upgrade from pyjamas to polish.
If you’ve got an intricate bedtime routine or just collapse between the sheets, you can rest easy wearing hernest. With our socially and environmentally-conscious production methods, our clothes are not only made well - they’re made from fabrics that won’t wreak havoc on our landfills.
Where will Hernest take you?