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Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Cashmere. No more words are needed!



As soon as the weather gets colder I'm the first to reach for a jumper - and if it's of the cashmere variety that's even better. 

So when Woolovers asked me whether I would like to try a piece from their cashmere range, I was over the moon. The grey crew neck cashmere jumper that have been wearing for the last five winters has started to go into holes, so it's days were really numbered. 

Woolovers has been in existence since 1989 (that's a really long time now - I was at University then!!) and they supply knitwear to over a million customers all over the world. This season they really have some fabulous pieces with a very modern feel about them, from ponchos and wraps to coatigans as well as more "traditional" pieces. I love how a poncho or a coatigan can make a very plain outfit something really quite special.    


So, back to the cashmere, I chose this soft blue jumper and it's absolutely gorgeous. The softness and warmth of cashmere is undeniably one of the finer things in life - (and there is absolutely no itching at all which gets a huge thumbs up from me). The colour will work with so many darker winter colours from navy to grey, and plum and camel. And it's really given this Whistles skirt of mine a new lease of life. I've always loved the colours in it but the blue jumper really lifts it. 

I have no doubt that the lovely folks at Woolovers would love it if you dropped by to take a look at what they have on offer this season and in a few days time I'll be styling a piece from their merino range. 






7 comments:

  1. I love your whole outfit. I have a few cashmere jumpers but in a boyfriend style. Think I need a less "baggy" crew neck. But I am also looking for a skirt and I love your whistles one. I'm googling similar asap.
    I love your hair. Its making me want to cut mine 😄

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    1. Hi Lisa - lovely to hear from you, thank you for dropping by. I love this crew neck as it's half way between a more baggy style and a fitted style, so it will work with lots of things. Thank you re the Whistles skirt - have you found anything that you like yet? I've just had my hair chopped - it's not majorly different but just a little less bob like now so I think (hope) that I'm nearly there!! Are you still tempted to cut yours?! x

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  2. It's gorgeous, and such a lovely colour. Where are those ankle boots from? I love them! Jane x

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    1. Hi Jane - thank you, objectively it is lovely and I can't wait to wear it even more. The boots are the bera boots from Whistles. I think that as a company they have a few pairs in the bera left - size 40 and 38 from memory but if you call customer services they will advise. Good luck! x

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  3. Love this outfit on you Beth!

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