For most of us, the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping kept us busy. And while there is so much joy in giving, a little treat to yourself isn't a bad idea. Since it is a little on the colder side in many places, warm and comfortable clothing are must-haves. While wool is great at staying warm, some types can be a little itchy. That is when having cashmere clothing in your wardrobe is a good alternative.
Still, we understand that cashmere can sometimes be pricey, but you can find some luxurious pieces that won't cost you a full paycheck. We also know that time is money, so we decided to take a deep Internet dive and rounded up 23 of our favorite cashmere pieces for your consideration.
Some of the best clothing investments come from classic pieces. This Arbus sweater from M.M.LaFleur is diverse enough to wear for years to come and styles beautifully with jeans, flats, and palazzo pants. M.M.LaFleur's sources its cashmere from Lora & Festa, a heritage yarn mill that stands for sustainability, traceability, and transparency.
J.Crew's created a mid-range cashmere sweater with sustainability at its forefront. The brand has a partnership with the Aid by Trade Foundation (AbTF), a nonprofit that prioritizes sustainable agricultural development globally. AbTF standards ensure the protection of the cashmere goats, natural resources, and improve the working conditions of farmers and farmworkers in inner Mongolia.
Even more affordable is this turtleneck from Nordstrom. Available in eight different colors, you might end up wanting more than one. Pop on a pair of knee-high boots, and you are well on your way to lunch, brunch, or dinner with friends.
With many of us working from home, our styles have leaned into leggings and sweats, basically comfy clothing. To that end, a pair of snuggly cashmere joggers may be something you want to try. The Londone Cashmere Relaxed Fit Jogger with patch pockets is just right for working, jogging, and making quick trips to the grocery store.
Made with 100% cashmere, these sporty pants from Gentle Herd are made to be light and comfy. Though they are great for just lying about on a cold Sunday afternoon, you can also pair them with your favorite oversized hoodie and head out for a brisk walk. While we love them in sea blue, they are available in 11 other colors as well.
A great alternative to getting 100% cashmere is to opt for a blend. It can be just as classy as pure cashmere but without the steep price tag. These from Summersalt are great for dressing comfy without looking like you just rolled out of bed. Pair them with tennis shoes for a supermarket run or with slides for hanging out at home.
If you have ever had cold or tired feet, you understand the value of warm and comfy socks. Plus, these cashmere socks from Garnet Hill are just the little bit of luxury you may need while having a long day. The knee lengths are suitable for boots, while the ankle versions work well with booties.
If you are trying to be budget-conscious, a cashmere blend is the way to go. These Tipped Flat Knit Crew Socks from MeMoi, made with polyester, nylon, rayon, cashmere, and spandex, are an excellent combo for long-lasting comfort.
If you have ever been out in the cold without a scarf, you understand the importance of having one that helps you to feel toasty. Anthropologie's Cashmere Blanket Scarf is the perfect antidote to a wintery day, as it wraps you up and makes you to feel luxurious on dark and gloomy days. Choose a bright color such as the bright yellow to lighten the look of a dark wool coat or puffer jacket.
Cashmere is a classic fabric, which sometimes mean it can be mistaken as boring. Leret Leret offers cashmere sweaters in vibrant colors and patterns with cheeky motifs, proving the fabric is just as versatile as it is soft.
Loulou Studio's Clarion Cashmere Sweater is simple and neutral, but the scalloped collar will have you reaching for it consistently during the cooler months.
Purple is a majestically beautiful color and the right hue for when you need to feel regal. This Daily Knit Scarf from Athleta should be worn often as it can add a glow to almost all skin tones. It's made with recycled nylon, wool, viscose nylon, and, of course, cashmere.
This bandana from Peruvian Collection is made primarily with cotton and 10% Cashmere, making it an excellent accessory to have for early spring. Its intricate tile print in spice, aubergine, brass, blush allows it to pair well with green, cream, turquoise, and white.
While black gloves seem like the standard, gray is also a neutral color that pairs well with most colors. These 100% Cashmere gloves from Banana Republic are a light shade, allowing you to match it with gray or contrast it with a bright color like magenta.
A classic ribbed sweater is perfect for elevating a pair of sweatpants or feeling extra comfortable in some tailored trousers for a day at the office.
While earmuffs can keep your ears warm, a hat can keep them and your head toasty. However, a twist beanie can do the same but with a little more flair.
All eyes will be on you when you enter a room wearing this stylish and classic cashmere blend coat from J.Crew. Although it may work well with neutrals, we recommend wearing it with a bright hue beneath it.
Surround yourself in luxury with this soft silk cashmere blend robe. It's perfect for when you want to just hang out at home and binge watch TV.
Slide into these chic slippers and experience warmth and comfort. Wear them as you order yourself take away and wind down from a long day.
Add this cashmere mask from Naked Cashmere to your nighttime routine; it can help you drift off to dreamtime and block out sunlight when you want to sleep in on the weekends.
This vibrant waffle-knit polo is also available in neon purple for those who really want to stand out.
Available in nine colors, this lightweight off-the-shoulder sweater is the perfect addition to a neutral-lovers wardrobe.
For those who love a sweater dress in the winter, this button-up option from Extreme Cashmere is for you.