Recent Examples of cashmere from the Web
The new-and-improved 1988 Roll Neck comes in three different iterations: the classic (in saffron, pink, or navy) for $59.60, the striped version for $75, and the luxe cashmere (in pink or grey) for $298.
One infamous example includes a $6 million program designed to breed Italian and Afghan goats for better cashmere to improve the yield.
Afternoon tea served in the private dining room, a cashmere throw for your creamy leather flatbed seat, wine tastings with the private chef and cooked-to-order eggs delivered by your sky butler.
View Slideshow In 1967, a young David Bowie struck mime-like poses in front of a camera wearing a white cashmere sweater, his blond hair coiffed slightly to the right side of his face.
Now, she’s teamed up with fashion’s favorite denim brand J Brand to drop a 25-piece collection of denim styles, including jeans, a skirt, and a jumpsuit, along with statement cashmere and merino wool knits.
Uniqlo is home to plenty of cheap cashmere, but their summer offerings aren’t too shabby either.
Look for styles that fit as well as your favorite cashmere crewneck, and that feel as soft, too.
Rubber Ducky Races July 8-9 Rubber ducks, like cashmere or good hygiene, have yet to go out of style.
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Origin and Etymology of cashmere
First Known Use: 1684See Words from the same year
CASHMERE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cashmere for English Language Learners
: fine wool from a kind of goat from India
: a soft fabric made from cashmere wool
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