LOve these ads. They are definitely eye-catching. “P” is for Pequot, which most people, including me, can’t pronounce (as far as I knew, the Pequot were a Native American tribe?). But, whatever it is they are trying to sell you, at least you are getting 100 percent of it.
Despite my lack of personal experience, I am arrogantly confident that most occasions which have culminated in bathtub sleepovers have never looked quite so glamourous, not to mention so comfortable. However, I do know I certainly don’t have the street cred to make judgements on how coordinated such events might have been. Anything’s possible. And this appears to be proof that no matter the guests, the linens, in their perfect harmony overshadow any situation…
Love the bathtub one. So comfy! So orange! The perspective is great.Other than I wish they shot it against a yellow floor for total eyeball assalut.
Have a nice Pequot sleep tonight.
Yeah, she really does look cozy in that tub, huh? And I could do with those pequot sheets; pink stripes are always a-ok by me! I kind of wish I knew what Pequot sheets feel like. Decent sheets are an important and affordable luxury. I’ve been known to give them as presents which I know is a little weird, but as one of my close friends said, “at least I rescued her”. The first time I housesat with her kitties and saw her sheets, I about passed out. ONe word: polyester. HOw is that even possible!!? It’s not even safe! I mean, they stopped making suits out of the stuff in the 70s because people died, right!?!
I think sheet are a SUPERB gift.