30.10.13

More cashmere

Because of my reformed ways (enforced reduced spending), I decided to do a follow-up to my original cashmere post. This one will cover more moderately priced cashmere. I've recently sold some items on ebay, so I'm in the middle of a minor shopping spree, and a new cashmere sweater is next up on the list.

I absolutely love the zip on this Kooples jumper (now in the mid season sale at ASOS):

I don't always meet shopping success at Uniqlo because a six foot, UK size 18/20 woman doesn't do well with clothing designed for tiny Japanese women. I do wear their men's shirts - there's nothing that says chic as easily as a crisp men's shirt. And Uniqlo has a line of easy care shirts that don't wrinkle. Score! I hate ironing and rarely ever do it. And I like Uniqlo knitwear. Their cashmere constitutes a genuine bargain.

I love the colour blocking and the masculine vibe of this jumper:

Marks & Spencer is also great for affordable cashmere. This cobalt colour is rich and beautiful:

The side zips in this one elevate a basic black jumper:

This jumper from Monsoon is just a cashmere blend, but with the lace collar it was too cute not to include:

This v-neck from Pure Collection comes in a rainbow of colours:
Cos is so reliable for well designed, high quality basics, like this cashmere jumper:

And this one:

1 comment :

  1. I never had a problem with Uniqlo- their prices were quite good. In fact, I did a fair amount of my shopping there. Maybe I learned how to adjust for my sizes. Or, perhaps I drank a lot of green tea and shrank a bit in size. Definitely, I was surprised by some of the things that I fit into.

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