Why is cashmere so eff­ing ex­pen­sive?

...and 31 other fash­ion queries an­swered

Cosmopolitan (India) - - STYLE -

Cashmere wool comes from the Kash­mir goat’s un­der­coat fur, which it sheds ev­ery year. The goats are only bred in a few ar­eas of Mon­go­lia, Ti­bet, Iran and China, and a sin­gle cashmere jumper re­quires the year-long fur of at least two goats... hence the hefty price tag. So ev­ery time you wrap that pash­mina around your shoul­ders, whis­per thanks to the naked Ti­betan goat.

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