June 15, 2020

Give Dad The Gift Of Sleep

When I asked my hubby what he really wanted for Father's Day this year (I always need a hint or two), he said, without hesitation, "A new mattress." Easy enough, but there's no way I'm investing in a new pad without getting accessories to go with it (forget putting our pill-y old comforter on)! Luckily, Casper recently released its 2020 collection, including pillows, blankets and, of course, some of the best mattresses on the market, making my Father's Day task as easy as hitting snooze on an early alarm. See my top picks from the lineup beloew, and Happy Dad's Day! —Noa Nichol


casper pillow. Casper’s pillow-in-a-pillow (from $85) was designed for all-night comfort, for every sleep position. With just the right balance of squish and support, the inner pillow is supportive, while the outer pillow adds a soft comfort. Fine, silky fibres allow the pillow to keep its perfect shape, finished with breathable percale cotton to sleep cool all night long.


casper weighted blanket. The Casper Weighted Blanket (from $219) hugs your body with a cosy, calming feel. Designed to promote relaxation, the weighted blanket can help reduce stress and anxiety. Durable, quilted chambers keep the blanket’s microbead fill evenly distributed while a breathable cotton cover keeps you comfortably cool.


casper original mattress. Casper’s most popular mattress (from $895) with the perfect balance of support and cooling features a Zoned Support layer that helps align your spine for all-night comfort and a top layer of perforated breathable foam—AirScape—which increases airflow and reduces heat so you can sleep cool.


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