Photo by Jack Davidson
STRIPES: This classic pattern isn’t only for the preppy. There are so many variations from placed to two tone stripes. It’s the best way to create novelty in your wardrobe collection.
CARDIGANS: The fashion industry calls it a “third piece”. Which means it’s not a jacket, yet it completes your outfit, because top is first and bottom is second. Makes sense, right? It’s light enough to layer and warm enough to wear outside by itself. WINNING!
PANTS: Whether you’re lounging at home or wearing them outside of the house, cashmere pants are the softest and comfiest clothes you can put on your legs. I usually wear mine when lounging on the couch or wearing them on a long flight. Try them out. You’ll thank me.
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SOCKS: I personally don’t own a pair of cashmere socks. But I can imagine putting them on kicking up my feet in a ski lodge next to the fireplace. These are not to be worn outside that’s for sure! Après ski anyone?
GLOVES: Ok now these can go outdoors. Nothing beats a warm pair of gloves, if you’re that one to get cold hands all the time. (You know who you are!) Oh, the best ones are the leather ones that are lined in cashmere. Durability + Cozy = Warm Winters.
HATS: It’s cute to match your gloves to your hat and scarf, but it’s not necessary. Mix and match accessories allow you cto showcase your own style. Be bold. Be you!
SCARVES: I love scarves, especially when I fly on planes. There’s always a draft somewhere and I don’t like to get cold around my neck. Anybody else have this problem? It’s also a good way to cover your mouth, in case there’s a smelly person sitting next to you. I had plenty of those incidents far too many times.
HOME: Who doesn’t love to lie around the house in a house full of cashmere decor!? I do! Try these for your home or a gift for someone who’ll appreciate it. I say scrap everything and just netflix + snuggle!
FOR THE BOYS: Can’t forget the dude in your life. There’s tons of cashmere product for him and he’ll appreciate you keeping him warm. I get Peter a couple of sweaters a year and he loves when I get him cashmere. He throws a light jacket on and he’s set to go. Super easy!