Cashmere Cardigan, Black
Kaiko’s warm and soft cashmere products are manufactured in Nepal following the principles of Fair Trade. In the production of these products, Kaiko’s Fashion with a mission-promise is also fulfilled through the creation of fair jobs for Nepalese women.
Stylish, timeless, and dream soft, our Cashmere Cardigan brings delicate luxury into the everyday. The cashmere blend cardigan has a cropped hem, long sleeves, a deep v-neck, and elegant knit-covered buttons. The Cashmere Cardigan works well with both high-waisted bottoms and as layering for long lines. The stitching is half fisherman’s rib, which gives the cardigan a beautiful lively texture. The cashmere wool blend is a wonderfully soft, light, and breathable material. Now available in classic Black.
Every piece is knit to shape, ensuring no material waste is produced.
- 30% cashmere, 70% fine wool
- Sizes: XS-XL
- Manufactured ethically in Nepal
The second model is 175 cm tall and wears the Cashmere Cardigan in size S. The cardigan is true to size, so you may select your usual size. The sleeves are significantly more fitted when compared to our turtleneck knits.
In fittings, both the usual sizes and going a size larger provided good fits, so size selections depended on individual preference for a tighter or looser fit. Please refer to the Size Guide for further help in selecting the best size for you.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF YOUR CASHMERE KNITS:
Cashmere is a luxuriously soft material, but it is also delicate and needs good care. With proper maintenance the knit will last in good condition for a long time.
We ship worldwide! Estimated delivery 2-8 business days.
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"Kaiko was born out of a desire to do good with fashion. Ethical and social responsibility are at the heart of everything we do. That's why in addition to being as transparent as possible, we also direct 7% of the profits from every product we sell to educating women in developing countries." -Mirjam Sokka, the founder & creative director of Kaiko