I was expecting a microfiber as I know it, soft and with a bit of a nap this was not any of that it is very thin and smooth, like a silky texture not a microfiber. It's well made for the price point but has no inside ties to hold your cover in place. I did not find the print to be to small like stated in some of the other reviews and it does reverse to a solid color.
The quality of the fabric and workmanship is pretty good, but the pattern is way to small for bedding, it looks like a mangled blur when you step back from the bed . I just did not find it intertesting or attarctive at all. Very dissapointed with this item and it was returned.
I have never been one for animal prints, but I knew my son and daughter-in-law would like it. I was wrong; they LOVE it!!! I personally like the way the leopard print is smaller so that it doesn't dominate the room and scream LEOPARD PRINT. It's very well made and that's coming from my daughter-in-law who is a fashion designer and a seamstress by trade; she knows her fabrics and she knows quality when she sees it. She gives it five ***** stars!
bought this blanket years ago.. I am rough with things whether it is clothes, shoes or blankets and this one has stood the test of time. I am surprised. It was so affordable. It is perfect for southern folks like myself when the weather is not so cold. The blanket it light weight yet durable. My mother who has opposite taste from me wants to steal my blanket from me so I would say this is a blanket for everyone. I will say it runs a tad small though, only complaint
It took some getting used to, but after several nights of sleeping with it, I love it now! I had to get those "duvet holders", as this duvet cover is like silk so the comforter was not staying in place at all. They worked great and no problems now! If you're looking for something "soft" on the inside part, don't get this cover. Not that this one is bad, but it's different than the others I've had (cotton). Great value though!
I love the print. It is elegant to look at. I used my first down quilt which was silky..and it wouldn't stay in place. I changed to one with more cotton content and it worked better. This Duvet is way to SLICK..thought I was getting more of a suede fabric. Thanks.
I was hesitant to buy a microfiber duvet cover, thinking it wouldn't breathe well, but previous versions in cotton weighed down my goose down comforter and made it warmer than I wanted. But the price was right and the leopard print pattern looked fun, so I took the plunge. I was pleased from the moment I opened the package. I don't tend to go for animal prints, but the design is small, which keeps the cover from looking completely silly, and the light and dark bands make the comforter look nice from a distance. The material is so light that it doesn't affect the down's loft at all, and it's silky-smooth, which is a nice change from cotton. Of course, this means that the comforter will slide around inside the cover unless it's anchored somewhere. My solution is plenty of safety pins, one at each corner and a few more along the sides. First I pin the comforter to the cover from the outside on the three closed sides. Then I reach inside the cover, re-pin each point from the inside, and remove the safety pins on the outside. When I've done that, I button the open side of the duvet cover and use the openings between buttons to pin that side to the comforter. This way the safety pins won't accidentally come undone and are basically invisible. It takes a little time, but I only have to wash the cover a few times a year because I use a topsheet, so I don't mind it at all. I did have to trim some loose threads when I got it (but otherwise the stitching seems fine), and the fabric gets tiny 'pulls' if it catches on something sharp (but they're invisible unless I look close up under bright light, and they don't affect the appearance at all). Overall this duvet cover is an excellent value for the price, and I expect it to last for a long time. Oh, and if you have a tortoiseshell cat, she'll blend in perfectly!