Blissy has become a house hold name in the last year with their huge marketing campaigns, so we are making it easier for you as a consumer to compare blissy with the silk label and help you to decide what features to look out for when comparing brands of silk pillowcases.
When buying a silk pillowcase you want to make sure you get what you pay for, its an investment and you want to get a long time from your investment. The next section we will compare mulberry silk pillowcases 22 momme looking at the quality, features and pricing.
|THE SILK LABEL||BLISSY|
regularly on sale €68.95
|Quality||100% Mulberry Silk , Grade A (highest quality)||100% Mulberry Silk , Grade A (highest quality)|
|Closure||Envelope, generous 8 inch flap||Hidden zipper, cheaper to produce|
|Design||French Seams, the proper way silk should be finished||Hidden seams, embroidered logo|
|Safety||Standard 100 by OEKO TEX||Standard 100 by OEKO TEX|
|Care||Machine or Hand Wash||Machine or Hand Wash|
|Packaging||Attractive and Elegant||Attractive|
|Delivery||1-2 days||1-2 weeks|
The Silk Label and blissy are both made from equal quality pure mulberry silk and holds the same OEKO TEX certification, however the big difference being the construction, design details and price. The silk label pillowcases are deigned to last with the french seams and the large envelope closure , a hidden zipper that blissy and other brands use are cheaper to manufacture because they use less silk and also zips break over time and your left with an unsightly pillow poking out of a beautiful silk pillowcase. Also the embroidered logo on the blissy pillowcase can cause irritation for those with sensitive skin.
Blissy pillowcases are €20 more expensive than The Silk Label however they do regularly have them on sale for €68.95 which is still more expensive for an inferior product.