AND ABOVE ALL
AND ABOVE ALL
We believe that women should feel confident and beautiful every minute of the day.
Keepin' it real
Designed and ethically produced in North America
Smash + Tess creates comfy, cozy and cute loungewear you never want to take off... and we don’t think you need to!
We believe that women should feel confident and beautiful every minute of the day, no matter whether it’s spent in the boardroom, on a school run, or between the sheets after a day spent conquering the world.
Is effortlessly chic
Using quality fabrics made to last, with a smooth online shopping experience that invites women to enjoy a little personal time, totally guilt-free.
Forget throwing on ratty sweatpants, yoga wear or flannels after a busy day of work – we’re here to bring you something you’ll be proud to wear, time and time again. So, come on...you deserve it!
This little piece of heaven is incredibly comfortable and soooo soft! Some of you may have seen me rocking it for a good few days in a row…lol!
Take it from us: This is the comfiest jumpsuit ever. Made from a cotton and bamboo mix, you can dress this piece up with a leather jacket if you don’t want to take it off (and you won’t).
The mamas on our team are in love with this line of rompers. They make a stylish replacement for old yoga pants and ratty T-shirts!
ON THE BLOG THIS WEEK
To shine a light on the need to invest in women’s health, advocacy, research and education, Smash + Tess is partnering with the BC Women’s Hospital Foundation!
On Friday, March 8th at 8am PST, we’ll be celebrating International Women’s Day with the launch of our limited-edition For Real Sunday Romper. It’s a fresh new colour with an embroidered message that you’ll love to rock. All net proceeds from the For Real Sunday Romper will be donated to B.C. Women’s Hospital Foundation in support of women’s health research.
We sat down with Genesa Greening, President & CEO of the BC Women's Hospital Foundation to learn more about her and the incredible work she’s doing to raise awareness about the inadequacies of the health care system for women...