SHOPPERS are raving about a £26 duvet set that will never have to be ironed.
The crinkled texture has seen the Matalan duvet fly off the shelves and amass more than 2,000 online reviews.
Shoppers are saving about a Matalan duvet, which costs just £26[/caption]
One of its selling points is that you won’t have to whip out the iron to keep it looking tidy as it’s not designed to look that way.
And reviewers won’t stop talking about the design – and how “beautiful” the set changes the look of a bedroom.
Plus, the cotton duvet is currently reduced from £35 to £45 down to £26 to £45 depending on which size you choose.
The set has also landed an average star rating of 4.7 out of 5.
And the reviews show how popular the bedding is.
One shopper said: “Excellent bedding set and non-iron, what more could you want.
“Washes lovely, just put it on and give it a shake and you’re done. Looks great!”
Another wrote: “Lovely duvet set, the underside is smooth, and the quality is great.
“It’s a bonus that it doesn’t need to be ironed!”
A third shopper said: “Love this bedding!!!! Looks amazing with a big feathered duvet!!!
“Will definitely be buying some more !! Washes brilliant and no ironing is a massive plus hahaha.”
Another added: “Have bought quite a few of these just love the fact that it never creases, so bed always looks good. Washes beautifully too.”
Shoppers have five colours to pick from with the 100% cotton duvet, but it’s proven so popular only two colours were available online today.
Matalan’s full product description reads: “Instantly freshen up your bedroom with this seersucker duvet cover.
“Made from soft cotton for a cool and comfy night’s sleep, this duvet cover comes in white with a seersucker check design and a gorgeously crinkled texture that means there’s no need for ironing. Includes two pillowcases.”
Brit shoppers love a bargain and will quite often sniff deals out.
In recent days Asda lovers raced to buy a £2.50 winter essential that’ll keep you warm without putting the heating on.
Other fashion lovers hunted down an “amazing” ASOS dupe that looks just like an £8,000 Chanel bag.
Money-savvy shoppers were also rushing to buy a “magnificent” Ninja air fryer dupe that costs £71 less than the real thing.