Outer Mongolia is well-known for its high-quality cashmere garments, made from the wool of Outer Mongolian goats, resulting in stylish and incredibly soft pieces that can last for years.
However, with an influx of low-quality products in the market, it is vital to differentiate between high and low-quality cashmere.
In doing so, customers can have confidence in their investment and ensure that the cashmere they own is of the utmost quality.
Cashmere grades are utilized to determine the quality of the wool, based on the thickness and length of the fiber strands, ranging from A to C, with A being the highest quality and most expensive.
The highest-grade cashmere feels the softest but not extremely soft and retains its shape, making it worth the investment compared to cheaper alternatives.
Woolwag exclusively uses the highest-grade cashmere in its products, with Grade A having the longest and finest fibers.
While price can be an indicator of quality, it's not always the case. Customers can check the label and feel the cashmere for quality and test the garment's stretch and craftsmanship to ensure it's of high quality.
By following these criteria, customers can be sure that they are investing in luxurious, well-crafted, and long-lasting products.