If you're like us, you're sleeping under the same blanket you've had since high school. And even though it may get the job done, it's probably time for an #adulting upgrade. We already have some of your other bedroom buys covered, like the best mattresses, sheets, and pillows, and now we cover the covers depending on what kind of sleeper is snuggled in them. Are you a cover-kicker-offer? No prob. Do you sleep in head-to-toe cozies? We got you. Sharing a bed? Challenge accepted. Scroll on to find this month's edition of The Buy to find the right comforter for you!
Best for Hot Sleepers: If you prefer sleeping in little-to-no clothing and still constantly kick off the covers, we recommend the Nest Bedding Washable Wool Comforter ($279).
Why We Love It: USA-made natural wool and machine washable
The Downside: Not great for cold sleepers or couples
Best Budget: Need an option that won't break the bank? The IKEA RÖDTOPPA Comforter ($80) is made from moisture-absorbing lyocell fabric and costs less than $100.
Why We Love It: Super affordable, breathable, fluffy
The Downside: Rough outer fabric
Best for Cold Sleepers: If you're totally not chill with that nighttime chill, give the West Elm Luxe Down Duvet ($329) a go.
Why We Love It: Baffle box construction keeps the down in place, corner loops tie to duvet cover, machine washable
The Downside: Not great for hot sleepers or couples
Best Down: The Brooklinen Down Comforter ($299+) is handmade in Northwest Canada with high-quality Hutterite down fill for those of you who love featherweight warmth.
Why We Love It: 700 down fill power, hypoallergenic, lifetime warranty, available in lightweight or all-weather
The Downside: High maintenance — not recommended for machine washing *or* dry cleaning (spot clean only)
Best Down Alternative: If you're curious to try something other than down, the Buffy Comforter ($150) is THE ONE to try. It's crazy-warm, fluffy and cloud-like, and made of eco-friendly eucalyptus fibers.
Why We Love It: Silky soft, lightweight, 30-night trial, machine washable, super affordable
The Downside: Not great for hot sleepers
Best for Couples: If you love cuddling with your boo but can't seem to get the bed temp quite right, innovation might just be the answer. "Thermally incompatible" couples will find sleepy bliss under the Sharper Image Temperature Regulating Comforter ($130), which uses technology developed for NASA.
Why We Love It: Fabric absorbs excess heat and redistributes when you become cool, affordable
The Downside: No color choices
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