I Tried Parachute’s New Bedding and It Feels Just Like a Well-Worn T-Shirt
As much as I try to get behind the silky smooth pajamas trend, nine times out of ten, I end up sleeping in a well-worn T-shirt. There’s just something comfy and comforting about those sleep shirts you’ve had forever—and now you can get that same feel with bedding, too. Recently, Parachute launched a new line of brushed cotton bedding that’s designed to feel exactly like that favorite tee, and we’re pretty excited.
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Like the rest of Parachute’s bedding, the brushed cotton collection is made of 100% cotton in a family-owned factory in Portugal. It’s OEKO-TEX certified free of harmful and synthetic dyes, and can be purchased in sets with or without a top sheet. The oh-so-soft bedding comes in four different shades: white, ivory, grey, and surplus (a muted green hue).
I’ve been using the sheets for the past couple of weeks and I adore how soft they feel. I’ve never been a huge fan of crisp sheets; rather, I prefer bedding that feels like it’s been around for awhile—it’s just so comforting. This bedding is exactly that, and I have no plans to go back. As for color, I opted for the grey and coal shade and like how the sheets go with my white duvet cover without being too matchy-matchy.
The duvet cover set is particularly notable for the eye-catching two-tone design. Unlike the sheets, the duvet cover and matching shams can be purchased in three color combinations: white and ivory, surplus and ivory, or grey and coal. Any of the neutral shades are perfect for a minimalist, cozy bedroom, and provide a good base for decorating with colorful throws and pillows. Pricing starts at $149 for a sheet set and $289 for a duvet cover set.
This has been a big summer for Parachute, with the launch of other new arrivals including bath towels, a travel kit, and a new robe style.