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09-11-2019 08:13 AM
So I'm assuming the only differance between the BD Lite and Ultra Lite is the weight of the fabirc. Do they make a Regular? Thanks - I've not purchased this brand before and unsure if the Lite will be warm this winter.
09-11-2019 10:22 AM - edited 09-11-2019 06:08 PM
The fabric content is different. I only own the "Ultra-Lite" which has viscose, the Cozy-Chic "Lite" does not. Naturally the "Lite" is heavier. For me, the Ultra-Lite will only carry me to November (east coast).
The "regular" which is considered their original material is 100% polyester. Depends on your geographic location if any of these will work for you.
09-11-2019 11:25 AM
@Lillybee2 The thinnest or lightest of the fabrics (not counting their Luxe/Modal) is CozyChic Ultra Lite.
The next one is CozyChic Lite.
Then comes the CozyChic, which I refer to as medium weight. Perhaps you might consider this "regular."
Now, sometimes they do something like their "blazer" which is a light fabric, BUT they doubled it for thickness and warmth.
I prefer to now stay with the Ultra Lite.
09-11-2019 02:35 PM
Thanks for responses ! I appreciate it. I am thinkingg this should be heavier weight and nice for winter. I did order the PM - olive From all the reviews, I should be happy and snuggly. LOL
09-13-2019 11:27 AM
So the Cozy Chic Lite (TSV) is appropriate for what weather/season? Can it be used as outerwear when the weather is say, in the 50s?
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