We first bought a set of these sheets when Overstock had them a couple years ago. After a few months of wash and wear, they became THE softest, silkiest, most decadent sheets in our arsenal of 800 tc sheets (we have several different brands). If creme brulee came in sheet form, these sheets would be it. When we saw them again on the Overstock site, of course we immediately snatched up another set. While the new sheets haven't reached the buttery softness of the first set yet, they're already softer than any of our other sheets. The first set we bought was in the "bone" color, which we thought would be ivory but is closer to a light gold. The second set we bought was in "white," which is a good white that maybe hints a little more to the off-white side than to the blue-white side. Both sets have a nice, subtle sheen. One thing to note: these sheets have a "good side" (unbelievably soft and luxurious, as described above) and a "bad side" (more like canvas), that each became more pronounced as the sheets were broken in. I'm guessing this was something necessary in the weave to put all of the soft part of the fiber on one side. If you get these sheets and find them rough, try turning them over!
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? good match (white is white)
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. great quality
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? accurate