Sweet Dreams: Win One of Three $300 Vouchers to Spend at Ettitude


2020 has thrown a fair few sleep-disrupting events our way, and if like one in three Australians who don’t get enough sleep, you find yourself awake at night, tossing and turning from an inability to nod off, then we want to help you have sweeter dreams.

The Latch has teamed up with ettitude to help you win one of three $300 vouchers to spend on the label’s bedding, bath, sleepwear and accessories.

With a chunk of cash like that, you can check out with a full sheet set, plus something a little extra, or a pyjama set for you and your sleeping companion.

ettitude’s bedding, accessories and pyjamas are more breathable, more comfortable, softer, and generally superior to those from other labels due to its CleanBamboo™ fabric, a world-first eco-friendly product developed by founder Pheobe Yu.

“Our bamboo is 100% sourced from FSC-certified forests as we don’t tolerate any exploitation of resource under our brand. We also are in close relationships with our manufacturing partner to make sure all our products are ethically made,” Yu says.

ettitude puts the climate first in every application of the brand, using fabric cut-offs for packaging and supporting like-minded charities and initiatives with shared values in its sales.

Coming from someone who sleeps in ettitude pyjamas every night, I can confirm sweet dreams are made of this. Not only does the soft, breathable fabric suit the Australian climate perfectly, but I rest easier knowing the label is taking responsible steps to reduce its carbon footprint and do right by the planet and its people.

Now the good part: How you can win $300 to spend at ettitude. To enter, simply fill in the form below, providing your responses to the short survey, and answer the question with 25 words or less:

How would you describe your ultimate day spent in bed?

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