What is Cashmere ?
cashmere is an organic fibre obtained manly from a special cashmere goat breed but it can be sauced from other types of goats.
Common usage defines the fiber as a type of wool but in fact it is a fine hair, and it is what gives cashmere its unique characteristics when compared to sheep’s wool.
The great characteristics of Cashmere is that it is not only fine in texture, but very strong whilst still being light, and extremely soft.
Garments made this fibre can help in the cold winter climate this is manly because it provide excellent insulation and is approximately three times greater than the insulation properties of sheep wool.
Cashmere is also softer than regular wool and much kinder to delicate skin.