black friday 2021

Everything at Parachute Is 20 Percent Off for (Early) Black Friday

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Parachute’s Black Friday sale is here, and just about everything is 20 percent off through November 29. Because the brand only hosts two sales per year, our favorites — like the cozy cotton bathrobes, expert-recommended sheet sets, and waffle-woven bath towels — haven’t been this cheap since Memorial Day, making it an excellent time to stock up for your holiday gift list. Everything ships for free, and the brand says your order will arrive by Christmas — a not-insignificant win given this supply-chain-disrupted holiday-sales season. Below you can find all our favorites from the sale, and don’t forget to take a look at our guide to shopping at Parachute, too.

Bathrobes

One of the most recommended bathrobes on the Strategist to date, this Turkish-cotton robe is “not the thickest I’ve ever tried, but it’s somehow the warmest,” says one devout wearer we spoke to. “And the fit is perfect … It’s almost as if I had it custom-made.”

The brand’s waffle robe — a Strategist-reader favorite last Black Friday — is much lighter than the one above, making it a great option for the warmer months (or for those with an overzealous radiator). It’s also been named the best waffle-weave bathrobe by several stylish women we’ve spoken to.

$79

The Goldilocks of Parachute’s bathrobe offerings, this is cozier than the Waffle Robe but lighter than the Classic Robe. Condé Nast Traveler editor Lale Arikoglu told us its fluffy, two-ply Turkish-cotton gauze fabric is “super-soft,” and it’s light enough to wear even during the warmer months.

Bedding

From $119

Parachute’s linen sheets have long been a Strategist favorite for their breathable, soft-to-the-touch material and reasonable (for linen) price tag. Former Strategist senior writer and linen megatester Lauren Levy calls them “the best all-around option, factoring the middle-of-the-road price, the substantial feel of the linen, and the cool-placid-hazy bed environment you can create with the color options.”

$168

The brand’s coordinating duvet cover is made from the same soft yet substantial linen.

From $87

A favorite of interior designer Kate Lester, these crisp cotton sheets are both “lightweight and durable,” she says, and actually get softer with each wash. Even though she’s typically a “stickler for a crisp and classic high-quality white cotton sheet,” she loves the brand’s “really chic range of other hues,” including this neutral charcoal gray.

From $175

Another of the brand’s best sellers, this linen quilt has a medium weight that’s ideal for layering. It’s light enough to launder at home and, according to several reviewers, “holds up well” under cat and dog claws.

The toddler-size version would make a thoughtful gift for the little one on your holiday list.

From $175

Thicker than the box quilts above, this one is made from long-staple Turkish cotton and overstuffed for extra warmth.

This oversize throw, made from easy-to-care-for cotton, can be draped over a sofa or layered over a duvet cover. It’s available in pink, beige, ochre, and the charcoal shown.

“I sunk right in, and it shaped to the form of my body, following my every move throughout the night,” Levy writes of Parachute’s down-alternative mattress topper. “I woke up feeling lightly sandwiched between layers of plushness.”

And if you’re a stomach and side sleeper like mattress tester Margaret Rhodes, you’ll love this all-springs, no-foam firm mattress that she says feels like a luxury hotel–style mattress.

Bath

From $7

Strategist columnist Chris Black calls Parachute’s Turkish cotton Classic Towels “the best you can buy for the price.” He’s particularly fond of them in a crisp white, adding that the Supreme Towel Bundle — which includes six hand towels, six washcloths, and six bath towels — makes for an exceptional gift if you’re feeling generous.