The good: Style for the simple aesthetics (trendy pattern/ruching) this is actually a cheap price. Even poor-quality similar styles often price quite a bit higher. Size I got a full/queen, which I sometimes am hesitant about (I have a queen bed, and I find if it says full it usually means its going to be better sized for a full-sized bed), but there is ample side overhang which I consider a bonus. Weight/thickness this is a lightweight comforter. I consider that to be a good thing, because, if it holds up, it will work in the warmer months, and I can easily make it suitable for these colder months by simply adding a blanket in underneath (I live in Missouri, so we experience all of the seasons). The less-than-good: Quality - This isnt great quality. The material is thin and the ruching is questionable. It LOOKS cute, but I have concerns about how it will hold up to washings. That said, I dont think you can typically expect a combination of cuteness and quality for this price point, so its not unacceptable, really, given what you pay, and I often read reviews for similar items at a much higher price point with quality concerns, so I think the price balances that out. Color I purchased the grey and it is by no means a true grey. Its not a deal-breaker as my color scheme (white walls/sheers and cherry floors/furniture) doesnt require it to be. This is definitely a green-grey (think sage). Its really only obvious in sunlight; at night it does just look grey. Im including this information though, so that those needing a true or perhaps more blue-based grey will know that this is probably not going to work for them. Overall, I do think its cute and fun, and would recommend it with the disclosure of the cons.
Let's be real, for this price it is a really good deal. It is stylish and yes the fabric is thin but with a lot of ruching it really needs to be, much thickness or weight you would not get a soft billowy effect. So all in all I think it really works well. I did opt for the grey and everyone has their own interpretation of color and I didn't pick up any sage green tone to it myself. I love to switch up bedding often so it's nice to have something so inexpensive to be able to do that. I love that this is a soft, feminine and fun comforter to use for part of the year.
I bought this for my daughter's bed. It's nice & thick, but the comforter does not fluff up as well as it does in the picture. It just kind of looks wrinkly. I wish I bought her something else. The stitching making all the ruffles is not that great either. Like I said before, it looks flatter in person, and just dos not lay properly on the bed making it look more like a messy made bed, not a fluffy cute bed like in the picture.
Pottery Barn is my go to spot for children's bedding but I decided to take a chance since this comforter was an awesome price. It is adorable! It is billowy, cute and fun. The fabric is thin, but certainly not see through. It's lightweight and will need to be used with another blanket. I bought it for my 9 year old and matched it with some sheets from Pottery Barn and it could not be cuter. I don't know how it will hold up in the wash but we are only using it as a cover, not a main blanket so that should help with longevity.
Very soft. Very cute. Thicker than I expected. The ruching is very cute. I haven't washed it yet so I don't know how well the stitching will hold up, but for the price, I still think it's worth it. As another reviewer mentioned, in the sun, the gray does have a faint green undertone.
My only issue here and the reason I will be returning this is the color. The photo shows a lovely, shiny, lime green....but what I got was a dull, cheap looking chartreuse. Seriously disappointed as this lovely lime green is hard to find.