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Where can I get thick fluffy towels?

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justlliloleme Sun 10-Jul-16 22:25:18

After about 20 years (can't believe they're that old 🙈) I think it's time I replaced our towels.

I''m quite partial to those lovely fluffy towels you get when you stay in a nice hotel.

Anybody know where is the best place to get some good quality towels from at a price that wont break the bank?


notagiraffe Sun 10-Jul-16 22:37:43

John Lewis? I usually buy their good ones in the sales. They last well.
Dunelm Mill online often has good stuff at a very good price too.

ErrolTheDragon Sun 10-Jul-16 22:39:29

I got some good ones from the white company in a sale.

eurochick Sun 10-Jul-16 22:40:05

John Lewis and tumble dry to fluff them up.

HarlettOScara Sun 10-Jul-16 22:55:00

Primark. Seriously.

Not their cheapest ones but sort of mid range. there was a thread about them recently. There's a lot of love for Primark towels in MN.

I bought a couple for going in to hospital 4 years ago as I didn't want to ruin my 'good' towels. The Primark are probably better than my more expensive ones and have washed really well and retained their fluffiness.

wowfudge Sun 10-Jul-16 22:57:54

BHS before they close - Good Housekeeping recommended and the best towels I've ever bought.

Frontstep Sun 10-Jul-16 22:59:56

Yes I second bhs - good price and really fluffy!

hurtyboobs Sun 10-Jul-16 23:00:04

I'll second BHS.

gaggiagirl Sun 10-Jul-16 23:01:46


HooseRice Sun 10-Jul-16 23:02:43


Fabulous thick towels for much cheapness

Kummerspeck Sun 10-Jul-16 23:04:10

Costco or TKMaxx on a good day

LowDudgeon Sun 10-Jul-16 23:12:57

Weirdly, I prefer thin unfluffy towels for getting properly dry.
So no recommendations - just go out & feel them grin

DarkBlueEyes Mon 11-Jul-16 17:05:54

I mainly have Christy and Sheridan towels, all bought on offer from Fenwicks/Bentalls/Achica.

Then I discovered Primark towels (not the basic ones, the erm classier ones). They are really fabulous and I will be buying more. They wash beautifully and fluff up well.


emsyj Mon 11-Jul-16 17:11:02

I have the John Lewis Pima thick fluffy hotel style towels. They weigh a ton and take forever to dry. They look nice tho... I would never buy them again, they're very impractical.

dontcallmelen Mon 11-Jul-16 18:57:57

Bhs, or dunelm Egyptian cotton ones are really lovely, wash & fluff up well.

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