Silk Bed Sheets

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  1. Homer Simpson

    Homer Simpson New Member

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    I'm looking for a sexy surprise for my girlfriend that will also keep us cool during the summer :bigthumb: Does anyone have any suggestions or know a good place to buy them? Online or otherwise. Thanks!
     
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    http://www2.victoriassecret.com/com...y&prnbr=9B-158215&cgname=OSKEYSLPZZZ&rfnbr=19

    Victoria's Secrets products are always very nice, the satin/chenille combo is something I want personally, perfect for summer and winter when you get the satin sheets!

    I have no clue if they are overpriced or not, but its good quality, and if you can find or know someone who works there, but a giftcard using their discount and just buy them online with the giftcard. (we get 30% off on the gift card amount)
     
  3. fray

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    Have you had satin or silk bedsheets before? The ones I had were cheap, but they sucked. IMO, you'd be better off spending your money on some higher thread count egyptian cotton sheets. Soft, light, don't slide right off the bed and not staticy (sp?).
     
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    VS's Satin sheets are good quality, but overall satin sheets dont last very long. I had a set of red satin sheets, they kicked ass but only lasted about a year or so
     
  5. Homer Simpson

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    What's the difference between satin and silk? And egyptian cotton for that matter? Do they all basically feel the same?
     
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    man.. your sheets will make everything slide off.. they seem like a good idea but you will prob just go back to cotten.. in about 2 weeks.
     
  7. fray

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    I don't actually know if they make silk sheets (they'd be super expensive, I would assume and would run easily). Satin sheets are what I've normally seen and they're heavier made, but very slick. Egyptian cotton is very soft. Go to Bed, Bath & Beyond - they have samples you can touch. It's very nice.
     
  8. iwishyouwerebeer

    iwishyouwerebeer you shut your cunt Moderator

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    my Egyptian cotton sheets from BB&B FTW!
     
  9. fray

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    mine too!! wamsutta ftw!
     
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    egyptian cotton, save yourself the problem of losing sheets and causing them damage with your sharp-ass toenails LOL!
     
  11. iwishyouwerebeer

    iwishyouwerebeer you shut your cunt Moderator

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