Named after a region in India—Kashmir, where some of the first cashmere was developed—this material may technically be a wool, but it's so much softer and finer than what may come to mind. Oh, and it's far warmer too, which is why a cashmere sweater doesn't need to be thick to be supercozy. With roots that date back to the 3rd century BC, it's been a beloved luxury since, well, a long time.
This (100 percent cashmere) sweater feels crazy soft, without being crazy expensive—and we wouldn't be surprised if you want to reach for it every day.
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