My Favorite Cashmere

February 10, 2022

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Cashmere season is my favorite and I always love living in cashmere as soon as it gets cold out. I’ve been living in all my softest, coziest cashmere and am sharing today my favorite cashmere sweaters. Let’s be honest: not all cashmere is created equal!

My Favorite Cashmere

Today’s post is about highlighting my tried + tested cashmere with you so you know what’s worth investing in.

Cashmere Fisherman Sweater Jenni Kayne

Jenni Kayne Cashmere Fisherman Sweater

I love how versatile this sweater is. And man is it soft. After buying it I found myself reaching for it again and again. And I’ve had no issue with pilling whatsoever on it (a true sign of the quality of their 100% cashmere) and why I feel it is worth its price tag. It has a classic crewneck silhouette and I love the subtly texture to it. It feels extremely luxurious every time I slip it on. 

Jenni Kayne Cashmere Hoodie

Jenni Kayne Cashmere Fisherman Hoodie

Slouchy, comfy, cozy perfection. Both the body and the hood are slightly oversized making this a 100% cashmere sweater you’ll want to live in.

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COS Cashmere Crewneck

This COS sweater that is one of the most versatile and flattering pieces I own. Their cashmere is so, so good. It’s wearability, quality and versatility make it worth the price tag in my opinion. I’m wearing a Medium.

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Naadam Cashmere Hoodie

This Naadam cashmere hoodie is so comfy. It is my first purchase from this brand that’s looking to reinvent how cashmere is made accessible to people. Truth be told I ordered some other items from them that I didn’t love and I do think their sizing is a bit all over the place based on the pieces I ordered.

I’m wearing a Large in the hoodie. I do think their prices are reasonable for the quality though and I love all the various styles and colors they offer. You will need a good fabric shaver though as these pieces do pill.

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Everlane Cashmere Crew

The Everlane cashmere crew is just $120 and great quality for the price. It does pill over time with a lot of wear but I just take my favorite gadget to it and it is like new in no time.

Wearing a M.

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Cuyana Recycled Cashmere Crewneck

A relaxed silhoutte with slits on the side makes this Cuyana Crewneck a more casual cashmere sweater. I love that it is made from recycled materials. Wearing a M.

Equipment Cashmere Crewneck

You all know how much I deeply love my Equipment cashmere sweater. It’s held up remarkably for over 8 years. The black served me so well I also bought it in gray (see below).

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La Ligne Marin Sweater

Last year I fell in love with the small brand La Ligne who makes delicious cashmere. They are $$$ but given how much I live in my collection of cashmere sweaters and how beautifully these are made, they’ve been worth it.

The most plush, luxurious sweater with a perfectly slouchy oversized yet tailored fit – the La Ligne Marin Sweater is a cashmere dream. Warm enough for the winter but also magically great for summer nights, too.

I love the wide variety of colors it comes in and I now own the Cream/Ivory Stripe and the Navy/Ivory Sweater.

I own this sweater in both a Small and a Medium as it runs oversized. 

La Ligne Mini Marin Sweater

The Mini Marin is the cropped, slightly shruken version of their Marin Sweater. I like to pair it with high waisted pants or denim but it also goes well with midi skirts.

I have this in two colors as well – Black/Cream and Navy/White. I own it in a Medium but recommend sizing up if you like a roomier fit.

La Ligne Tourjours Cashmere Sweater

La Ligne Toujours Sweater

Named because you’ll want to wear it tous les jours. (‘all the days’ in French), this Toujours Sweater is a great ribbed cashmere sweater with a loose crewneck and slouchy yet put together silhouette. It comes in a variety of colors and I would recommend sizing down. I’m wearing a size Small in the Ivory above. 

Naked Cashmere Sweater

Naked Cashmere

I have the Naked Cashmere Sariah Sweater (sized up to a L- wearing above) and the Naked Cashmere Kaia Sweater and really like them both.

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Aqua Cashmere

Bloomingdale’s in-house label of cashmere is such good value. This ribbed cashmere sweater of mine from the line is one of my most worn pieces. Wearing a M.

Amour Vert Joggers

The White + Warren essential cashmere sweater is another favorite investment cashmere sweater of mine. White + Warren is definitely on the pricier side but if you’re going to buy investment pieces, cashmere is a great way to start. I love this sweater on its own but it is also great layered under cardigans during the coldest of months.

I also have the White + Warren cashmere travel wrap and it’s so dreamy for work from home and for travel. I never get on a plane without it!

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12 comments on “My Favorite Cashmere”

  1. I would highly recommend Bloomingdale’s cashmere. I have an Aqua (their internal label) ombré cashmere sweater that I got in high school circa 2009 and I still wear it bc it’s in great condition. Barely any pilling.

    1. I have heard great things about them before! Definitely going to order during their sale this week. Thanks for the reminder and recommendation, Elisse!

  2. So excited about this Everlane cashmere! I have been wanting to try theirs but waiting to pull the trigger, just ordered the one on sale (in the pale lavender) to see how I like it! Thanks for the tip 🙂

  3. I have a lot of cashmere sweaters, and there are some great brands out there. I agree with the commenter above who recommended Bloomingdale’s – the quality is pretty great for the price. I also love cashmere crewneck from Everlane – it’s so soft. I only recently discovered Cos, and I love their stuff so I’ll have to take a look at the cashmere.

    You should also check out Eric Bompard – pretty much THE essential Parisian cashmere. Great quality and styles, and while not inexpensive, worth it for a great classic.

    1. Going to order some Aqua cashmere- thanks for the recommendation! And I haven’t heard of Eric Bompard so this is exciting – thank you for sharing, Marcia!!

  4. I also have to put in a plug for Saks Fifth Avenue-branded sweaters! They’re usually on sale for ~$100, excellent quality (soft, plush, and feel more like a $3250 sweater, IMO), holdsup over time with some slight pilling after many wears, and come in lots of different colors and cuts!

  5. In one of your Equipment cashmere photo, you are wearing a black hat- you look fabulous in the hat
    & you don’t seem to wear them much- definitely add to your wardrobe

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