Ladies Cashmere Jumper Information

A presentation at Ladies Cashmere Jumper Information by Emma Young

Cashmere wool is known for its soft and luxurious texture and is one of the most sought-after clothing materials when it comes to wool products. As winter approaches and we all scramble to find some warm, yet stylish, pieces of clothing, cashmere is definitely a product to consider. The words ‘cashmere wool’ make us think that cashmere must be a sheep wool-based product, though the name is deceptive; cashmere wool is actually produced by the cashmere goat and is much harder to produce than regular woollen clothing.

Cashmere wool is far softer and more luxurious than regular sheep’s wool, and you can rest assured knowing that when you purchase a cashmere wool product, you will be receiving a product of utmost quality. The process in which cashmere wool is produced is long winded and detail oriented, resulting in extremely comfortable, quality cashmere clothing for the consumer.

Cashmere jumpers, and all other cashmere products, can be worn year-round but are an especially good choice if you are looking for something to add to your winter attire, they are warm and very comfortable, and whilst the pricing for these products might be slightly more upmarket than your regular jumpers or sweaters, it’s definitely worth it! You’d be hard pressed to find a cashmere jumper you are unable to snuggle and settle into easily. Cashmere is also a very breathable material, so whether you’re trying to layer up for winter, or simply going for a stroll outdoors, whatever the weather you can expect to feel comfortable in cashmere.

If you ever struggle with sensitive skin, or feel your jumpers or sweaters irritate you when you wear them, prepare to have that weight lifted from your shoulders! Cashmere’s quality processing means that you are guaranteed a comfortable fit no matter how troublesome picking an agreeable jumper has proven in the past. Cashmere is also known to have hypoallergenic properties – so throw all of those worries out of the window – unlike sheep’s wool, cashmere is lacking in lanolin which means if this was previously an issue for you, you’re cleared for cashmere clothing.

Cashmere can also be blended with other materials to create cheaper options for the consumer if you aren’t ready to commit to high-end cashmere, such as cotton and sheep’s wool. Be careful though – this will negate the cashmere’s hypoallergenic properties so be sure to do your research before purchasing any blended options you may come across.

In terms of ladies cashmere jumpers and clothing options, the main clothing types for which cashmere is used include scarves, cashmere jumpers and sweaters, cardigans, and shawls. Though, if you do want to spice things up, you can also find ponchos and t-shirts made from the material too. Cashmere t-shirts are great to throw on whatever season it may be, and ponchos are always great for a warm, winter night in!

Machine washing is usually an option for cashmere clothing items and as long as the material is dried on a low heat, you shouldn’t come across many problems, making your cashmere sweater not only comfortable but also convenient – there’s no need to rush to a dry cleaners with you new-found favourite pieces of clothing. Quality cashmere will not shrink and will retain its shape for years, meaning that your investment is safe, and you won’t be having to re-purchase any time soon, though do be sure to follow the garments washing instructions carefully, different pieces could have different care instructions.

There are a few tell-tales when trying to identify the quality of your cashmere garments, the length of the fibres, the thickness of the fibres and the number of ply are all things to look out for when assessing the quality of your prospective cashmere pieces; identifying two-ply garments is key when looking for the most durable high-quality cashmere clothing. Finally, the origin of the fibres may come into play in regard to a garment’s quality, cashmere goats living in climates that are more temperate produce higher quality fibres, therefore the most premium fibres come from places such as inner Mongolia – read the fine print!

Take care of your quality cashmere and you could be passing it down through generations due to its durability!