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Jan 23, 2019

Brooklinen, hands down the most comfortable sheets I have ever owned (and per the second part of your question, definitely receive my fair share of compliments). It also helps you can get a great set for under a couple hundred bucks

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Jan 23, 2019

This definitely looks promising, which set did you get?

Jan 23, 2019

High cotton thread count

Jan 23, 2019

Got a fur blanket over my duvet, gets compliments, just be wary if you bring a vegan back..

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Jan 23, 2019

Go for long fibre cotton or linen with a TC>300 and you'll be fine. I prefer Sateen (summer) or Percale (winter) weave.

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Jan 23, 2019

It all depends on your budget.

I second the Brooklinen comment. Reasonable price and very good quality.

Other high quality stuff:

If you really are a bedding connoisseur and want to throw money around:
E Braun & Co.

I would say Brooklinen is probably your best bet for quality + price.

Jan 28, 2019

Its cool that you guys both agree on Brooklinen, a brand ive never heard of. Perhaps you could do us a huge favor at WSO and list your favorite brands in misc categories. i.e. shirts from charles tyrwhitt, suits from suitsupply, etc.


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Jan 23, 2019

I ended up going with Brooklinen, but Frette and E Braun & Co. look to be quite luxurious. I'll let you guys know how I like them.

Jan 27, 2019

My friends and I recently went on an expedition to the arctic and we clubbed about 85 baby seals as a group.

The softest sheets you will ever sleep in, are the ones that you club yourself.

(--This is obviously a joke--)

Jan 27, 2019