You can't get much better
Cashmere jumpers are probably the luxest things a lot of us wear. It’s majorly soft and lasts for ages, but it can be pretty expensive — with some priced at over £1,000. (Arguably, quite a lot for a jumper.)
It is, however, totally timeless — a block colour cashmere sweater will be your weekend go-to, as well as your fav lounging piece.
As well as the classics, this season there are some particularly fun styles. Chinti and Parker’s collections just keep getting cooler and cooler — our best is the ruffle front jumper. The grey option will be most versatile, sure, but the pink is just so cute.
The oversized sleeve trend has hit cashmere jumpers too. This Co one gets our vote — a neutral shade, fun-but-not-ridiculous sleeves and not so massive that you’ll feel drowned in fabric if you wear with a pair of culottes.
Bella Freud is the master of the slogan cashmere, with her jumpers being seen on everyone famous and cool for years. Though the 1970 style is best known, this ‘Woman’ logo is rather fitting for our feminist sentiments.
If you’re not looking to spend loads, there are some quality cashmere jumpers under £100 on the high street.
We should probably talk about Marks & Spencer’s game-changing cashmere collection which, as well as having a range of styles and colours, is machine washable. As any cashmerians will know, that’s kind of a deal breaker. (Here's why Marks And Spencer cashmere is just so good.)
Don’t feel like you need to stick to the women’s section either — if you’re wanting a boyfriend-fit style, go for one in the men’s section. They’ll just be that bit looser around the waist and you’ll avoid any boat necks.
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