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This all-cotton set features a classic light blue grid pattern across the face of the comforter and coordinating shams. The washed twill fabric of this ensemble is stretched while drying creating a peached fabric finish.

  • Duvet Cover: 86"L x 68"W, Standard sham: 21"L x 27"W
  • Indigo grid design
  • Washed peached twill for an extra soft hand
  • Reverse features a scaled down grid design
  • Duvet cover features button closures with additional inner corner ties
  • Duvet insert is not included
  • Included shams feature an overlap closure
  • Cotton
  • Machine washable
  • Imported

Web ID: 10530338

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    Dec 27, 2022
    looking for seconds at high price?

    second - looks like there was a issue with the fabric and they did a pretty crap job sewing it up. i expected more for the price - i also did not expect to be getting something that should have gone on sale as a second.

    Dec 09, 2022

    I bought this in a twin. The color dye is not set even after washing 3x. The dye was on my sons duvet as well as the walls since his twin is against a wall. I took the fabric and rubbed on the flat wall and sure enough it was like writing with a crayon. I was so disappointed because the color and pattern are perfect.

    Dec 09, 2022

    The dye color leaks. Meaning it rubs off on duvet cover and walls. The duvet is so pretty but I washed it 3x and dried inbetweet the color still rubs off.

    Jul 19, 2022

    between Ralph Lauren & Kenneth Cole, I’ve had my fill of these top quality fancy designers. I had bedding set I bought at Cosco that lasted me 10 years and decided to upgrade to RL and it lasted me 2 years, then Kenneth Cole which lasted me 4 months, so I thought it was a fluke and since I already had all the matching things I bought the exact same Kenneth Cole set and it lasted me another 6 months. it never went in the washer and I didn’t have a wild dance party on it either. the fabric just seems to want to rip at the all the little divet places on the comforter. go ahead and buy if you’re cool with tossing your money away. Isnt it interesting that when you switch to a name brand that suddenly things go bad?