Forget furs, cashmere, even fires—the best way to beat the cold?
Aguigui is originally from the small town of cashmere in Washington.
Think $69 smocked bodice jumpsuits or $250 cashmere ones from French designers like Jacadi and Bonpoint.
FLOTUS 'Raises the Roof' in the brand's new spring cardigan and cashmere shell.
In today's pushcart economy, every price is negotiable—from cars and electronics to cashmere sweaters and fine jewelry.
My sister and I have just made up some very pretty silk and cashmere costumes, and they fitted as perfectly as possible.
Their bodies were piled in a rotting heap at the cashmere gate.
The cashmere, now scarcely perceptible, had become a mere spot in the thin haze.
It is her richest mantle, richer in its hues than the scarfs of cashmere.
It was tied up in a cashmere shawl, which her maid recognized as belonging to the lost actress.
1680s, "shawl made of cashmere wool," from the old spelling of Kashmir, Himalayan kingdom where wool was obtained from long-haired goats. As a name for this kind of woolen fabric, favored for shawls, etc., it is attested from 1822.