I still can’t pronounce the name of the brand properly, but it doesn’t matter: Quince has stolen our hearts. If you haven’t heard of them yet, here’s their deal: they make elevated wardrobe and home basics and are transparent, too. That means, similar to brands like Everlane, Quince shows you how competitors increase prices as the supply chain grows and grows. Quince cuts out the middleman, but fear not, quality is not sacrificed in any way, shape, or form. With that said, we’ve tested more than a few items from the brand, and are excited to share with you, dear reader, our favorites.
Mongolian Cashmere Crew
This is the sweater that started it all. Scouted Editor Jillian Lucas writes, “The cashmere is soft (I’m pretty picky about my wool, because I get very itchy, very quickly) and it feels durable enough to withstand anything I put it through.” It comes in a plethora of colors, and is just $50 for women and $59 for men.
Men’s 100% Organic Pima Crewneck Tee
Lightweight Goose Down Comforter
Scouted Editor Jillian Lucas always thought down comforters were stuffy, until she tried Quince’s version. She writes, “The comforter is lightweight, made with 700 fill power European white goose down (Responsible Down Standard Certified), and features sewn through construction. This type of construction isn’t as warm as baffled (think how a puffer coat is built), but that’s a good thing. That means it’s perfect for all-seasons or just for hot sleepers, since the down doesn’t cover the entire comforter.”
Turkish Quick-Dry Bath Towels
Quince’s towels do everything I want from a towel, and then some. Not only are they exceptionally soft (they are) but they are also quick drying. I’ve never had a towel that dries me off quite as quickly and also dries itself off, too. It’s a win-win.
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