After Casper's success, other brands have been quick to develop a direct-to-consumer model that's both stylish and convenient for the emerging Millennial consumer, which is why Buffy comforters may appeal to those looking for high-quality offerings, at affordable rates.
Buffy has adapted the popular bed-in-a-box model, and offers to ship luxurious comforters directly to the home of sleepy consumers. Buffy's CEO Leo Wang, has been in the industry for 50 years, and has a mission to "deliver the ultimate sleeping experience" to each of his customers.
In addition to the convenience of the direct-to-consumer model, these comforters use the same fabric technology that's used by sports apparel brands for its "moisture-wicking" capabilities, resulting in a light, warm and breathable sleep.
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