Introducing the Self-Care Pant

Slow down and enjoy the simple things in these buttery soft Egyptian-cotton pants. Read, meditate, journal, nap, or binge-watch. No hard work (unless it's working on being your best self) allowed! Simply hit the button below to go to the site where you can purchase your pair today!

Made by a Canadian company with personal (and familial) ties to the Egyptian farms the cotton comes from, rest assured that everyone responsible for each step of this process has been fairly compensated and taken care of. This company, KOTN, also builds schools in the communities the cotton comes from, directly investing back into the people and places they depend on for their superior-quality product. We LOVE supporting Canadian, responsible brands.

The screenprinting on these pants was done by a local Vancouver Island company, called Brand Xpress; I cannot adequately Xpress my gratitude towards them! These look phenomenal and I couldn't be happier with the product or with their service.

This is an extremely limited edition drop, so be sure to grab your pair before we sell out! Once they're gone, they're gone.

Click the link here to buy your pair today!

Size (Inclusivity) Matters

At Go Nourish, we love you as you are. We support your personal growth and health journey, but aren't here to judge or say what that will look like for you. It has been extremely important to us to make sure we had sizes for all to enjoy our new merch! We have sizes XS-XXL. We find these pants to fit small, so recommend sizing up. In the photo above, Founder Heather Carter at 5'8 is wearing a size Large.

We value transparency...

While we love transparency as it pertains to the brand-customer relationship, we didn't quite mean for it to apply to the pants-underpants relationship. These pants are not see-through, but wearing dark coloured underwear you will see the shadows, as you can see the band of mine in this photo, just under the waistband of the pant.

We want you to know what you're getting and love what you're getting, so wanted to be upfront! I don't believe we should have to worry about such matters - it's the same as the bra strap question in my mind, which I don't think we need to hide, but that's a discussion for another day.

If using these as dedicated Self-Care pants as they're intended, we hope you won't see this as a barrier to purchasing, but entirely understand if it does. We still love you!

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