Cashmere is one of the finest natural fibers in the world. It is combed from the undercoat of Mongolian goats. Knitwear made from this precious and delicate fiber is luxurious to wear but requires a little more care and attention!
Is cashmere hard to care for?
No, but cashmere is a luxury fabric that’s meant to last, so it should be treated with care. Follow our easy step-by-step care guide and your cashmere will last for a lifetime.
How to wash cashmere?
Hand washing is the best way to keep your cashmere looking new.
Can you wash cashmere in the washing machine?
The best way is by hand or in the washing machine and select “wool program”. Do not spin! And do not use fabric softener.
How to dry cashmere?
Dry it flat on a towel away from direct light. Finally, iron it softly without pulling. Experience shows that knitwear is more beautiful after several washings.
What is pilling?
Pilling is the tiny balls of fluff that build up over time. It’s actually the cashmere fibres naturally shedding, caused by wearing, not washing, and is not a sign of inferior quality. Pills can be easily removed by hand or an appropriate comb or razor. Over time the pilling will reduce and your cashmere will look flawless for longer.