Cashmere Boutique, an online vendor of cashmere products, has announced the launch of their updated selection of 100% Cashmere Women’s Sweaters
The pure cashmere cardigan twin set for women. The inner sweater has a round neck with short sleeves, whereas the outer cardigan is a button down style with long sleeves. Luxurious, soft and really warm, our sweaters are made from the finest grade of cashmere wool. These sweaters are made from “A-Grade” 3 ply pure cashmere yarn, and offer unsurpassed warmth and softness.
They explain that Cashmere can be hand washed with a little care.
How to wash your Cashmere Garments
If you do opt for washing your cashmere items at home, please follow these instructions (cashmere coats, jackets and pants should never be washed at home):
Hand wash in lukewarm water using your hair shampoo. Be sure to dissolve the shampoo thoroughly then put the sweater into water. Rinse with hair conditioner, this would make your cashmere sweater softer. Wash colored garments separately.
Do not bleach.
Squeeze gently, do not twist or wring. Twisting the wet sweater would stretch the shape of your sweater.
Dry flat after removing excess water, away from direct heat and sunlight.
Press with damp cloth, using a cool iron, iron from the inside of the garment.
Cashmere Boutique offers affordable prices for Top Quality product.
You can also find Cashmere Boutique on Amazon.Com https://www.amazon.com/stores/page/993FED68-C5E1-4425-BEA2-057074BDF0F4?ingress=2&visitId=0e0cea33-c72c-4e72-bbf2-941d47f6fdf8&ref_=ast_bln
More Sweaters available at https://www.cashmereboutique.com/shop/gift-ideas/gifts-below-200/womens-cashmere-cardigan-twin-sweater-set/
A satisfied customer said
The cardigans are so soft and luxurious. They are of a heavier weight and are very plush. I just love both of my cardigans. The size is true to fit…I’m a 36″ bust and bought the Small and still have plenty of room for layering underneath. It’s not too bulky or too form fitting. I highly recommend the cardigans and the seller. “
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