At Julian Charles, we have a selection of 10.5 tog duvets. But what exactly does tog mean and why should you pay attention to this term when shopping for new bedding?
Put simply, the tog of a duvet tells you how well it insulates heat. Duvets with a tog of 3.0 to 4.5 are considered very lightweight and best for hot climates and summertime temperatures in Britain, while those with a tog of 7.5 to 10.5 are more suitable for the spring and autumn months in the UK. During the winter, meanwhile, you may find yourself needing something a bit heavier. In these months, a tog of 12.0 to 13.5 usually works best.
We offer a variety of different 10.5 tog duvets. Spoil your skin with our super soft, satin trimmed duvet, which is filled with hollowfibre - making it warm but lightweight. Alternatively, you can go for our microfibre filled duvet. Covered with cotton percale fabric and lined with piped edges, this is a hardwearing bedspread that is sure to stand the test of time. Both of these options boast non-allergenic properties, making them a sensible choice for allergy prone individuals.
For a truly luxurious bedtime experience, you may want to invest in our sumptuous goose feather and down duvet. As goose down clusters are bigger than duck downs, they are great at trapping air. The result is a lightweight but highly insulating bedspread that is sheer joy to cuddle up with.