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You might also need to consider your body and how well it generates heat. You can get a duvet for various seasons. A duvet that allows heat to escape might suit the summer season while a tightly woven one will protect you from the biting cold during the winter.
Once you know which size to buy, the next thing to consider is the fabric that it is made of. Duvet covers are available in different materials, including cotton, velvet, satin, silk, jersey knit, flannel, and linen. If you wish to settle for nothing less than a soft fabric, then silk and satin are your best bets. While warm fabrics, such as flannel, are ideal for times when it gets really cold, they can be difficult to maintain. Unlike cotton and linen that can be safely washed in a washing machine, fabrics like velvet and flannel require dry cleaning. Another factor to consider is the durability of the fabric. If you're looking for a duvet cover for everyday use, then you should opt for durable fabrics such as cotton and linen. However, if it's only meant for use on special occasions, then you may choose luxurious satin, silk, or velvet.
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