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    Default Recommend me a soft fluffy towel to buy!

    I usually buy new towels from the sales but I always end up disappointed....and try again a year later...

    I want something light and fluffy and doesn't shrink on the bands thus getting out off shape

    Cost isn't an issue I just want quality!

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    I quite like Country Road towels, but they're not soft and fluffy

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    We have some sheriden towels which feel quite nice and soft, not sure about fluffy.

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    I've just purchased some grandeur towels from Target in the sales. I've found they are nice and soft and fluffy, but I think you'd have to feel them to see if they are what you're after.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chekry View Post
    I've just purchased some grandeur towels from Target in the sales. I've found they are nice and soft and fluffy, but I think you'd have to feel them to see if they are what you're after.
    Just what I was going to recommend :-) 1/2 price at the moment just order a whole heap

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    I've bought target towels before. I think they have a couple of ranges. I buy their bath sheets and have always been happy

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    Adairs home Republic, we've got two sets and I'm going monday to get another - very reasonably priced and last for ages - great colours too.

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    Sheridan towels are divine.
    Country road are ok but not as fluffy as sheridan and much heavier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RmumR View Post
    Sheridan towels are divine.
    Country road are ok but not as fluffy as sheridan and much heavier.
    The thing that confuses me is that there are several ranges from Sheridan and I'm unsure what to buy. I bought some years ago and they were fantastic but I replaced then a couple of years ago and they were simply awful and lots of pulled/loose threads and I had to throw them out. I've been a bit weary of them since.

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    Sheridan towels - and they last too. We were gifted a few sets when we got married 4.5 years ago - still going strong, no fraying or tearing and they still come up lovely and soft after each wash!

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