Cashmere Scarf

The outer coat is shed in winter while the inner coat is combed by hand in spring. Sorting of the fleece is done by hand. Hand operated machines are used to produce cashmere garments. The fur found on the throat and stomach of the goat is very superior to that found on other parts of the body. Cashmere is expensive as it is not easily available. It is soft and smooth and silky in texture. It is considered a luxury item. Cost of labor in China is low and cashmere is also available in abundance there, so, a Cashmere Scarf would be less expensive. European scarves spell style. Cashmere is available in India, Iran as well as Tibet. Mongolia does not produce much Cashmere. Cashmere was considered so valuable in the olden days that Mongol kings gifted it to their near and dear ones.

A Cashmere Scarf is used to protect your neck from the biting cold. It does the work of an insulator. It retains heat unlike other fabrics. You will find these scarves in high end stores or online. You can scout for them in sales. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes and patterns. Cashmere is versatile and light weight. Since it is a natural material it will not affect your skin in any way. You have to wash it by hand by using a mild soap or shampoo. You could give it for dry clean, too. Never hang it on a hanger as it could lose its shape. Place it on a towel to dry. A Cashmere Scarf will generally be found in light colors as dyes of dark colors tend to react with the cashmere making it lose its smoothness and softness. Check the label of the scarf to confirm if it is made of pure cashmere. A “100% cashmere” label indicates that the scarf you are buying is made of pure cashmere. A “cashmere” label indicates that cashmere fibers are blended with low quality fibers. Stretch the cashmere scarf to see if it loses its shape. If it does then the scarf is not made of pure cashmere. If it does not you have a luxury item in your hands. Go on. Buy it and make a style statement!