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Cashmere as an investment

Cashmere as an investment - Cashmere Circle

Cashmere is a luxurious and timeless material that is definitely worth the investment. Not only does it feel incredible against your skin, but cashmere also makes an incredibly strong fashion statement and looks great over the years. It doesn't break down or pill like other fabrics, so you can wear your pieces for many seasons without worrying about them looking worn out. Cashmere is lightweight yet warm, making it perfect for all climates. Plus, it's breathable and won't cause you to sweat too much during hot weather. All of these qualities make cashmere a great option if you want something durable, versatile and stylish. Investing in quality pieces now will save you money in the long run because they'll last longer than cheaper alternatives!

Another great benefit of cashmere is that it's easily repairable. Unlike other fabrics, which require sewing and patching, cashmere can be repaired using a technique called 'invisible mending'. This process allows for small holes or tears to be removed without leaving any visible marks. It's an inexpensive way to keep your cashmere pieces looking like new, even after years of use! If you're worried about investing in something so delicate, know that with proper care and maintenance you won't have to worry about replacing it anytime soon. All in all, if you're looking for something timeless, stylish and long-lasting - cashmere is worth the investment! Plus, it's soft and cozy - what more could you want? Invest in cashmere today and enjoy clothing that will last for years. You won't regret it!

We've listed some of our favourite cashmere brands below:

Luxury Cashmere | Our recommendations

Begg x Co designs and manufactures responsible cashmere knitwear, accessories and homeware for the modern lifestyle with mills in Ayr on the west coast of Scotland and Hawick, 'The Home of Cashmere', in the Scottish Borders.

With a small sketch book and some Scottish gumption, Belinda Robertson set out to make cashmere cool, launching her eponymous brand. Belinda Robertson is committed to doing their part to reduce the fashion industry’s environmental impact.

They are combatting the industry’s waste problem by making timeless, ageless pieces, using natural fibres, small curated collections and repurposing cashmere

Johnstons of Elgin have worked with the world's finest natural, biodegradable fibres for 225 years. It takes time to create their luxurious, high-quality designs, and their products are made to last for more than a lifetime. They show commitment to continually improving our sustainability and reducing their environmental footprint.

Half Inched was founded by a team of talented creatives with a vision to produce ethically-sourced, sustainable and premium cashmere. They source the very finest Mongolian cashmere supporting centuries old tradition of nomadic goat herders and their families

Bamford was founded on the belief that we need to be more mindful of our connection to the earth — to live consciously, in harmony with nature, and to respect the land that provides for us. They create objects for the home and body to inspire our community to be more connected: to themselves, to others, and to the environment

Connolly is a very special 140-year-old British brand, founded in 1878 as a small family business of saddlers and shoe-smiths. Fashion in Connolly is focused and strongly edited, combining wearability and luxurious practicality.