UNIFORM | Scottish Cashmere

Photos of sweater-wearers in Scotland, 1959 via Flickr. 

A cashmere sweater is an investment, and not one to be taken lightly. The best way to get your money's worth is to spend it on something classic, solid, and authentic—a sweater that will hold up against time and trends. I'm not a cashmere aficionado, but the Scott & Charters sweaters made for Unionmade (and Mill) are the best I think I've ever tried. They're 100% cashmere, super soft, and made in Scotland in the same way they have been for 50 years. Even better, they're currently on sale for $225.

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Abigail said...

this is really nice, I love the coziness of it. Just found this blog and I've been having a lot of fun exploring it. Very inspiring. You've just gained a new follower, keep up the great work :)

White+Warren said...

Look so comfortable to wear, simple and it has good quality with different colors to choose from.