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    Where do you buy your bedding?

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    Im looking for a new bedding set, but I dont know where to start!!! Usually, Ill just go to Wal-mart and find some cheap-o bed-in-a-bag, but this time I want something a little more...me. Usually, I get something more dark...blacks and deep reds. I want something bright and colorful this time. Help me??
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    I bought ours from Overstock.com
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    Jcpenney catalog is where we got mine... I think. lol
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    urbanoutfitters.com... some stuff it pricey, but they have good sales and the bedding is SO cute and classy! anthropology is another great place to look, but thats even more $$.
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    i got mine at target and i love it. its black and tan though. they have some very pretty sets.

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    I wouldnt have thought to check those places Thank you ladies!!
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    Tuesday Morning, Marshalls, TJMaxx, sometimes Bed Bath and Beyond.

    They all usually have very nice stuff. Any bedding I've gotten from Target has lasted maybe 2 years tops, or gets all pill-y. The higher end stuff from the discount stores is a lot better.
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    I got my sheets from Costco and I LOVE them.

    Me bedding set came from Macy's.

    I love the set and the colors but the pattern has a lot of stitching on it and it honestly hasn't held up well. The threads started pulling out almost immediately so we have to be careful not to pull the strings and destroy the pattern. But yet it washes well.

    I would get more bedding from there just a set that didn't have embroidered pieces on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HisByzantineLove View Post
    I got my sheets from Costco and I LOVE them.

    Me bedding set came from Macy's.

    I love the set and the colors but the pattern has a lot of stitching on it and it honestly hasn't held up well. The threads started pulling out almost immediately so we have to be careful not to pull the strings and destroy the pattern. But yet it washes well.

    I would get more bedding from there just a set that didn't have embroidered pieces on it.
    Macy's, Dillards, etc. are also good places to try. Also Pier One.
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    Ikea actually has great bedding if you have one near you!


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