One thing we’ve learned after years of covering Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales is that you can usually find actually good discounts on both mattresses and bedding. Parachute is one of the brands that has a reliably good Black Friday sale, year after year — and the discounts have continued into Cyber Monday. You’ve probably seen its waffled bathrobes, cotton quilts, and earth-toned duvet covers on our site (and your Instagram feed), and we can assure you that the products are just as luxuriously wonderful as they look.
Whether you’re interested in picking up poofy pillows, cushioned slippers, or a new set of sheets, you can take 20 percent off sitewide through today, November 28, no code necessary. The discount also applies to Parachute’s furniture and its clearance section, which means already-on-sale things are even more than 20 percent off. So if you’ve been on the fence about upgrading your bedding, now’s the time to buy — and if you need a bit of guidance, we’ve pulled out all of our favorite items from Parachute below.
Parachute makes our all-around favorite linen sheets, which several Strategist staffers — including myself — have tested. “Parachute, in my opinion, is the best all-around option, factoring in 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,” of which there are ten, says former senior writer Lauren Levy.
We’ve been singing the praises of this down-alternative mattress topper since 2019, when Levy gave it a test. She described it as having a light, airy, and cool feel that she preferred to memory foam, and all these years later, it remains a favorite among our readers who are looking for a supersoft night of sleep.
For a pair of comfortable, supportive, and affordable slippers, Strategist writer Ambar Pardilla recommends these: “Even when I’m just standing around doing little chores around the house, I don’t end up with achy feet.” The open-toe design can be worn year-round, and Pardilla pairs them with socks during wintertime.
Parachute’s plush bathrobe is one of the most recommended bathrobes on the Strategist to date. Favored by yoga instructors, entrepreneurs, and our readers alike, the Turkish-cotton robe is “not the thickest I’ve ever tried, but it’s somehow the warmest,” according to Heather Pearson, a co-founder of Portland-based vegan-apparel company Dande and the Lion.
The brand’s linen duvet cover comes highly recommended by interior designers and Strategist writer Dominique Pariso. Pariso calls this a “really nice beginner linen” for those looking to try linen bedding without committing to a full set of sheets. And like the sheets, it’s available in ten colors.
Parachute’s percale sheets are a favorite of interior designer Kate Lester because they’re both “lightweight and durable,” and they actually get softer the more you wash them. While she says she’s a “stickler for a crisp and classic high-quality white cotton sheet,” she loves the brand’s “really chic range of other hues.”
For a down duvet that won’t break the bank, Strategist senior editor Simone Kitchens says this comforter is the best one she’s ever owned. “I wanted something super lofty,” she says. “Two years later, it’s as fluffy as when I first unfurled it. And it truly works year-round, keeping me warm in the winter and perfectly comfortable in the warmer months.”
Made of the same linen as the bedsheets, this robe is cool, comfortable, and not constricting. Fashion blogger Hailey Rizzo, a self-described “sucker for linen,” says that the longer length is a plus, too, as it means less shifting around compared to shorter linen robes. (A few seasonal colors are available at an even deeper discount here.)
I got Parachute’s Cloud Cotton quilt earlier this year and am officially a convert. It’s lightweight enough for summer months — I hate sleeping under just a top sheet — but retains a lot of heat once temperatures dip. Plus, it’s machine washable in normal-size washing machines, no trip to the laundromat needed.
Josie Maran, CEO and founder of the eponymous Josie Maran Cosmetics, says this robe “is soft and luxurious and lives up to the ‘cloud’ in its name.” It’s got an interesting gauzy texture and is available in a classic bone shade as well seasonal colors like a punchy cobalt and a soft pink.
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