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I need to purchase new sheets but am very picky about having a luxuriously soft feel. Any recommendations? 

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When shopping for bed linens, don't be fooled by the feel of the sheets.....a few washings and there goes that soft feel.  A lot of sheets are coated to feel soft :  you get what you pay for here.

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After trying SO many different brands in all price points, there are two that I have finally come to rely on: Target's Room Essentials Jersey sheets (remain soft wash after wash), and MyPillow's Giza sheets (softest sheets ever, and they have a 10 year warranty). My single cardinal rule for sheets is that they MUST be ultra soft.

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Vera Wang Sheets from Kohls.  I think the Thread Count is 600 and they are all cotton.  Have three sets and I really like them.

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@pjoy wrote:

I need to purchase new sheets but am very picky about having a luxuriously soft feel. Any recommendations? 


@pjoy 

 

Probably not what you had in mind but my family and I love our

Malden Mills Polarfleece sheets.

 

We have several sets and they launder wonderfully and are oh so

soft and comfy.

 

Hope you find what you love.

 

 

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@LoganPup wrote:

@pjoy wrote:

I need to purchase new sheets but am very picky about having a luxuriously soft feel. Any recommendations? 


@pjoy 

 

Probably not what you had in mind but my family and I love our

Malden Mills Polarfleece sheets.

 

We have several sets and they launder wonderfully and are oh so

soft and comfy.

 

Hope you find what you love.

 

I totally agree with you.  I LOVE THESE SHEETS and I have a stash of new ones just incase they disappear.

 

Bought them for gifts as well.  Buttery soft

 

 

 


 

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Re: Your best sheets ever?

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You didn't say what your price range was, but the only sheets I use are Cuddledown's 100% cotton sateen 400 thread count.  They are the best sheets I've ever used.  I've used them for about ten years and still have and use the first set I ever bought.

 

They are expensive but worth it for the quality IMO.  I don't like a higher thread count than 400.  Unless you're paying $1,000 for them they're too stiff.  Thread count doesn't always equate to quality.


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If you enjoy plush/velvety feel--you must try Berkshire Velvet Soft sheets.  I never want to get out of bed when I use these.  So soft and cozy.

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I have used high thread count (usually 1000) egyptian sheets for years and years. I tried Scott Brothers tencel for a change and they are like seriously soft. But now I have found high quality percale sheets and I am totally in love. It took a few washings but they remind me of when I was growing up. They do wrinkle though.

 

Beckyblu

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@Junker2327 , where did you find the cotton percale?