1. I don't have a fixed brand to buy, but when I buy, I must check the material texture, Printed coral fleece is very nice, very soft to touch skin, you can try.
  2. Estate Ralph Lauren sheets - the ones with the sateen finish. Wear wonderfully, get softer with age and look less wrinkled out of the dryer. I had a set I used everyday for years before they wore out.
  3. When I lived in the US i loved Ralph Lauren bedding but now that i'm in the UK I just use Next ones. U can get Ralph sheets real cheap at marshalls, tj maxx, etc
  4. LL Bean Flannel...I am all about comfort!!
  5. I like Calvin Klein as well (TJ Maxx, Homegoods and Marshalls).

    I just started buying extra sheets from Target when they were on sale. My kids have Target sheets and they are pretty nice so I figured I'd try it on our King size. So far, so good.
  6. Hotel Collection by Macy's is wonderful! Hudson Park by Bloomingdales is very nice too, but also very pricey.
  7. I like Calvin Klein bedding. I am Also a home goods shopper and find great sheets there.
  8. You know, I've been trying to figure out why my hubby hates when the cotton jersey (t-shirt) are put on our bed. He probably finds them too warm/ hot as well... Thanks!!
  9. I have a set of t-shirt sheets that I never use as I find them too hot as well.
  10. Their percale sheets are great value if you like a "crisp" sheet. I haven't tried their sateen sheets so I can't speak to those.

    What I like most is that they sell sheets individually. We only use a fitted sheet, and it was very difficult to find a place where I could buy it on its own.

    I've heard fantastic things about the Macy's Hotel Collection (you can buy it in Canada at The Bay as simply "Hotel Collection") but it was out of my price range.

  11. flannel is very comfy :yes: bought my DD some flannel sheets.