I Can’t Stop Raving About This Lightweight Cashmere Duvet Cover That Looks So Much More Expensive Than It Actually Is

published Mar 28, 2023
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As a shopping editor, I’ve tested a lot of different bedding, and even compiled my own personal bedroom MVP list: Best Flannel Sheets, Best Soft Sheets, Best Overall Quilt, Best Pillowcase, Best Linen Duvet Cover, etc. Basically, if you need sleep recs, consider me your go-to gal. And while I can always count on certain favorites for specific seasons, there’s one newcomer I recently added to my Home Hall of Fame that has “Best Spring Layer” written all over it.

Editor-favorite brand Quince — already beloved for their well-made, yet affordable bed and bath staples — just launched a Mongolian Cashmere and Cotton Bedding Collection, featuring duvet covers and shams in Full/Queen and King/California King sizing. These come either a la carte or bundled together in a set, and I got my hands on a duvet cover in the pretty, off-white “Natural” hue. My three-word hot take? Buy this now.

Let me elaborate: For starters, Quince’s latest duvet cover hits the comfort trifecta. It’s soft to the touch, lightweight, and still cozy-feeling, thanks to a 95 percent cotton and 5 percent Mongolian cashmere blend. Because of this, I’ve also found that it’s the perfect transitional layer as the season starts to change, especially with spring weather flip flopping from 45 degrees one night to 59 the next. But, let that be a testament to this duvet cover’s year-round potential, as well, especially if you prefer not to swap out bedding or don’t have the space to store extra sets.

This cashmere-cotton hybrid includes button closures and built-in corner ties, so it’s compatible with practically any comforter. I even filled mine with The Company Store’s down alternative blanket, which doesn’t have corresponding ties of its own, but I managed to knot the corners to Quince’s duvet cover anyway — it’s stayed secure so far. And I love how luxe the Natural tone looks on my bed, especially against my white pillows and sheets, but the style comes in a pretty dusty grey hue, too.

Credit: Quince

Arguably the best part? The price. Because of Quince’s direct-to-consumer model, they offer (still incredibly high-quality) products at a fraction of the cost compared to traditional retailers. In this instance, the duvet cover is $109 for Full/Queen beds and $129 for King/California King, both of which would set you back about $299+ elsewhere. Or, save an average of 52 percent when you stock up on the full Mongolian cashmere cotton bedding set from Quince, too, starting at $149.90. Either way, at first glance and first snooze, you’d have no idea this bedding didn’t come from a high-end, super splurge-y home brand.