I didn't much like the look of the skirt when I got it - but put it on the bed anyway. Took it back off, pressed it, and decided it was a great purchase. I've always made my own (no cost savings, and took a lot of time). I'm reasonably happy with this skirt. It's 'puffier' than the picture shows, but still looks nice. I added a few extra straight pins in between the grommets, to keep it from sagging. Only downside is it has to be dry cleaned....
This a very pretty bed skirt - it puts my old one to shame. It was easy to put on the bed as promised, and the wrinkles came out with a warm iron. Even though I have a queen bed, I purchased this in a king for more volume and to accommodate my foot board. (Obviously, the screw pins that were provided did not work on the foot board. I attached the bed skirt to the wood with adhesive velcro. Worked great). The color is very pretty. Touch of Class calls it "Pearl," the manufacturer called it "Ivory," and I would describe it as "Light Almond" with a pretty silky sheen. Very pleased.
This is a very nice bedskirt. I bought it in ivory and it matches my drapes perfectly. The fabric has a beautiful sheen to it. It was quite wrinkled when I took it out of the package, but was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to iron. I am very satisfied with this purchase.
It's beautiful and easy to put on the bed
Love it - looks great and is so easy to put on.