One of the best things I own is my Buffy Cloud Comforter. It’s the softest comforter (even without a duvet cover) that I’ve ever used. It’s heavy enough to use in the winter but breathable enough to be used into the beginning of summer. But what about the warm summer nights when you still want another layer?
That's where Buffy’s newest comforter, the Breeze, comes in. It’s made from 100% eucalyptus fiber, meaning it’s breathable and eco-friendly. The Cloud was launched as an eco-friendly, luxurious comforter made from eucalyptus fiber shell and fill made from recycled plastic bottles. According to the brand’s press release, the Breeze is the first time a comforter has been made from 100% plant-based fibers and the first to be made entirely from eucalyptus. Most other eco-friendly brands have “bamboo viscose, straw, milkweed, and other materials.” It’s also fully compostable.
Unlike the traditional grid design of comforters, the Breeze’s unique wave pattern lends strength to its structural integrity and supports the fill, meaning it won’t shift around and clump up as you use it. The Breeze starts at $170 for a Twin/Twin XL, $210 for a Full/Queen, and $250 for a King/Cal King. I’ve talked before about investing in a larger comforter so you’re not fighting with your partner at night, and this is as good of a time as any to upgrade.
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