Always look for comforters filled with long strand Mulberry silk, and check the percentage of silk filling. Many suppliers tend to use a small amount of long strand Mulberry silk (often on the most visible part of the floss filling), and fill the remainder with cheaper short fiber silk while advertising the whole thing as 100% Mulberry silk. This brings the cost of the comforter down, but also significantly weakens thermal regulation capabilities of the duvet, which renders the item useless since its job is to keep you warm before everything else.
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