Casper Just Opened Its First Digital Pop-Up Shop, and It Supports a Great Cause
Casper, clever, and charitable—what’s not to love?
Casper changed the way we mattress-shop when it launched its iconic mattress in a box, and since then it’s sold smart blankets, a sleep lamp, and even bed frames to help make every night more restful. Now, it’s trying something else new: a digital pop-up shop.
The Casper Rest Stop, live as of October 20, is selling limited-edition loungewear and accessories designed to make us all more comfortable at home, whether we’re on the couch or our own Casper mattress. The line includes cozy sweatshirts, a puzzle, a mug, and even a dog hoodie, all with the Casper logo or clever sleep-related phrases, to help refresh at-home life now that we’ve worn out our coziest gear. (Let’s be honest—you’re probably tired of your go-to coffee mug by now.)
Beyond the cute, nap-positive gear, the Rest Stop supports a good cause: 20 percent of every purchase at the Casper Rest Stop will be donated to Win, the largest provider of family shelter and supportive housing in New York City. Win, a charitable organization near and dear to Real Simple’s heart, has been working to provide safe housing and critical services to homeless women and their children for more than 35 years—donations to the organization help women and children in New York rebuild and move forward.
To buy: Casper Bedtime Sweatshirt, $48; Casper.com
The line of 12 items includes a clever “California King” sweatshirt (after the mattress, get it?), a “Maybe we both need a nap” onesie for babies, and a “Head in the Clouds” hat, to name a few. Adult sizes S through XXL are available, with sizes S to XL for dogs and newborn to 6 months for babies. Prices range from $10 to $48.
If you’ve been in search of a new cozy sweatshirt or water bottle to use all day, every day while in quarantine, now’s your chance to get something Casper-branded, clever, and charitable. Just remember that it’s limited edition, so act fast if you’re ready for new napping gear or seeking smart Christmas gifts for your sleepiest friend.