We are The Cashmere Sale. Find your in-season, high-quality cashmere at irresistible prices right here! A cashmere sweater is a must-have in every girl’s closet.
Whether it be summer, fall, winter or spring the luxury of being wrapped in a soft, cozy, chic piece while looking fabulous is the ultimate. From sweaters to wraps and accessories, we’re inspired by leading designers and influential tastemakers to share our style with you.
Join us and bring your friends along to the annual social event you don’t want to miss.
Founded and driven by a group of passionate, fashion-oriented women, our shopping event sprouted from a small get-together in a Greenwich, Connecticut living room. What started out as a few good friends sharing thoughts and opinions on the latest cashmere sweaters turned into this chic boutique on the move.
Our love for shopping and fashion has blossomed into a 25-location event which continues to grow. Over 16 years we’ve maintained our annual get-together, we’ve just popped up in more places and added more of you to the family.
A cashmere sweater is a must in every girl’s closet. Whether it be summer, fall, winter or spring the luxury of being wrapped in a soft, cozy, chic piece while looking fabulous is the ultimate.
Cashmere isn’t just the finest and warmest yarn, but it is also extremely durable. It originally comes from rare fibers found in goats that reside in Mongolia and China and later is sorted based on quality, thickness, and length. Because these goats typically generate 150 grams of fibers per year, the scarcity of such delicate materials creates for high demand and low product. This imbalance is what makes cashmere so desirable.
When finding your perfect cashmere match it is important to understand how it is made. The number of “ply” is a great way to detect its quality. Ply is known as the number of strands twisted together to create the yarn used to make cashmere garments. There are two standards: a single and, what we always use, double ply. A single ply means that the quality is a smidge less durable and holes might form more quickly, while double ply indicates that the sweater will be more sturdy, softer, and warmer.