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Cashmere Care

Caring for your cashmere is easier than you think.

Made from the highest quality, our pieces can last you a lifetime! Follow these simple steps to keep your collection super soft for years to come.

Before You Wash

Before You Wash

Remove Pilling 

Pilling is just a technical term for those tiny tufts of fuzz that crop up on the surface of your clothes. Use a cashmere comb, sweater stone, or other depiller to gently brush these unsightly fluffballs away. When you de-pill, lay the piece flat on a straight surface and glide the comb in one direction over the rough parts. Do not over-comb. De-pill only when needed, but always do this step before you wash--not after.

Addressing Stains

Hand washing cashmere will actually help it to get softer over time, so opt to handwash whenever you can. The one exception to this rule is when you get a stain. For tough stains, always get professional help. 

Handwashing Your Cashmere


Start with a clean sink or basin, and fill it with cool water. Pour in baby shampoo or a fine garment detergent, and create suds with your hands. Done? Super! You’re nearly finished. 


Turn the garment inside out and submerge the cashmere in the water. Allow the garment to soak for 10 minutes. Light spot treatments can be done now. Empty the sink or basin, and rinse your cashmere until the water runs clear. Gently squeeze the excess water out.


Lay down a clean, dry, white towel. Place the cashmere in its original shape on the towel. Gently roll up the garment and towel together--squeezing out excess water as needed. Do not wring or twist. On a separate dry towel, lay the cashmere down and smooth it back to its original shape again. Allow it to dry. This can take up to a few days depending on the item. Avoid throwing your cashmere into the dryer (even on Tumble Dry Low), and keep it away from direct heat. 

Storing Your Cashmere

Storing Your Cashmere

Always fold your cashmere, because hanging these pieces will change their shape. Be sure to use moth balls or cedar to protect your clothes from, well, the moths. Store cashmere lying flat in a wardrobe or dresser. This area ideally should be dark, cool and dry.


Cashmere is one of the most long-lasting fibers on earth. Garments like ours which are made from the highest quality cashmere fibers, which are actually paper-thin, can last a lifetime!  They just need a little loving care.

We care about longevity, the environment and you.  With our affordable prices and this simple care guide, there’s no reason to wait on starting your collection of truly timeless, luxury pieces. Enjoy!


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