Goes perfectly with the Safavieh Connie gray pintucked bedskirt that I also bought on Overstock. Arrived very quickly. The only downside is that it needs a very careful ironing. so if you don't know how to iron, or don't want to bother, this isn't the bedskirt for you. Once ironed, the bedskirt looked fantastic and the fabric quality appeared fine.
We broke out this bedskirt for the guest room this weekend. It looks great with the wine and charcoal duvet cover we picked out. Nothing too fancy about it, but I love that the charcoal color is modern and sophisticated. Great price for the look I wanted.
Perhaps I'm naive but I expected the skirt to cover all 4 sides of the boxsprings. In fact, it only covers 3 and this is a problem given the placement of the bed in the room with the long side against the wall. The material is of an acceptable weight, made more sturdy by the pintucking which is nicely done. The color is a brighter, slightly lighter navy than I expected. It's not deep, dark navy but it's acceptable. The material that covers the top of the boxsprings is sturdy enough to last through washing and drying.
I bought an expensive comforter on sale and wanted a matching bed skirt that didn't cost an arm and a leg. Even on sale the bed skirt to match the comforter was over $100. Yikes. So I found this one and figured the color was a close enough match. And it was, the color on the website is very true to how it looks in person. It is a good fit for a queen bed. I have noticed a couple of snags in it already from the cats' claws, but since it is a dark color that is not a problem for me.
The skirt needed a light ironing out of the package, but nothing major. The pintucks add a slight texture visually to the tailored line of the skirt. The stitching is even and the pintucks line up perfectly. I also like that the top is not made of flimsy material but made of the same polyester and cotton as the drop portion.