Women - New Styles to Look Sharp
New Clothing for Women
Women are wearing scarves made of a variety of fabrics suited for the seasons. There are unique ways to wear the scarves, which allow you to change the whole look of any outfit in a very simple way. There are endless prints and colors from which to choose. Using layers, including long gloves and leg warmers are also popular.
Try using a long silky scarf to make a sweater look great and all you have to do is tie it loosely in front. This is a great way to dress fashionably on a low budget.
Now that winter approaches we are seeing more knitted scarves with ruffled edges and other unique styles.
Extremely soft and luxurious cashmere in solid for a classic cold weather look. Expertly woven with only the finest Cashmere, this Feather Cashmere Scarf fits any and every occasion.
History of Cashmere
Cashmere has been a desirable fabric starting in Victorian England, where it was in demand by people by high society, and it is still an expensive purchase quite often. Sweaters, socks, suits, dresses, scarves and shawls are just some of the products produced by Cashmere.
Initially cashmere producing areas were in the Himalayas, then extending to China. China is still the largest producer of raw cashmere, estimated to 10,000 metric tons per year.
As Australia and the American Southwest was being settled by immigrants from Europe, they brought everything they could from their origin, which quite often included goats. They wanted to match the goats with goats already in American. They found the Spanish goat had similar fiber. They paired these goats, which often escaped and ran wild, particularly in rural Texas, however, the Spanish goats were capable of surviving the harsh climate. The initial product was called cashgora, which was a similar product but not quite as fine a quality cashmere. Ultimately, research used genetics, environment and better nutrition to produce a better quality cashmere. Commercial cashmere is now produced by goats located in Colorado, New Hampshire and Washington state. Research continues to improve the quality of cashmere in America. Spring moulting season is when the goats naturally shed their winter coat.
Chic cowl neck sweater with bellow sleeve, 100% cashmere.
Sweaters for Women
There are a huge variety of new styles of sweaters this season and pampering yourself with cashmere is always a pleasure. Cashmere has become more affordable over the past few years is you watch the sales.
Many sweaters have a longer length, which makes them warm enough for cool weather. Others have frilly trim down the front and on the sleeves. Regardless of what style suits you, there is an extremely large variety from which to chose.
Whether your budget will let you buy luxurious cashmere or quality sweaters made with other fabrics, the styles this year are very unique and beautiful.
Many of the sweater are to enhance the look of an outfit, so there is no buttons or zippers to close the front. Others are designed to keep you warm with buttons and maybe a tie closure around your waste. Black Friday will soon be here and that is the perfect day to find a great bargain on the perfect sweater for you or for a Christmas gift for someone you love.
© 2011 Pamela Oglesby
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