After using your new cashmere garment for the first few times you may find small balls of fibre forming on the surface. These small balls or 'pills' are caused by some of the loose fibre tangling together as areas of your garment are rubbed during wear. Pills can be easily removed by hand or by using a depilling knitwear comb.
You will find that, after lavishing a little care and attention on your cashmere and removing the pills in this way, the garment will actually consolidate and soften in handle and touch. Like fine wine, cashmere will improve with age if cared for properly.
We recommend that your cashmere is gently washed after it has been used three or four times. Cashmere knitwear can be hand washed or dry cleaned. We recommend hand washing, following these simple guidelines:
If you would like more information about how to care for your cashmere products, please get in touch.
To keep your wraps & ponchos in optimum condition I highly recommend you store them after use in the packaging that you received them in.
I've just had a delivery of these sumptuously soft 100% cashmere made in Scotland onesies. These are made from 2 ply Scottish cashmere and are like wearing a lovely cashmere hug around your body. Black is only available in a small / medium at the moment.
I'm generally a size 8. Need to do a few squats when you first wear to make the back not cling but I've been wearing mine a lot and they don't keep stretching.
These are a wonderful outfit to justify the price at $650.
I know they're not cheap but you won't regret it ; just like wearing pyjamas all day.