Uniqlo cashmere

(9 Posts)
Paintyourbox Thu 04-Oct-12 11:22:11

Has anyone bought it? What's the quality like?

Thanks in advance!

Gigondas Thu 04-Oct-12 11:25:43

It's ok- not brilliant. For every day is ok but if you wanted something dressy or special it is probably not up to it.

Paintyourbox Thu 04-Oct-12 11:28:55

Just looking for every day warmth to be honest. I feel the cold very easily but chunky knits make my huge boobs even more gigantic looking!!

TheBirdsTheBirds Thu 04-Oct-12 11:32:26

I've got a grey cashmere v neck from Uniqlo and it's been great - very cosy, washes well. It doesn't have that expensive, dressy look like proper cashmere, but great as a non-bulky layer of cosiness! I sized up and got a M as the S was a bit short and clingy (I'm 5'5" and size 8, not busty.)

monkeysmama Thu 04-Oct-12 13:32:00

I agree with other posters. I have four of the cashmere roll necks and they're great for every day. I'd also look at Cos. I have one of their cashmere jumpers from last year and it was about £10 more than the Uniqlo ones but is much more luxe. Their cashmere scarves are excellent. H&M have a cashmere range. I've not seen it so can't comment on quality but it's competitively priced.

MoomieAndFreddie Thu 04-Oct-12 13:43:48

ooh i have been looking at getting a cashmere jumper, watching thread

Paintyourbox Thu 04-Oct-12 14:42:45

Ooh I will have to have a look at Cos. Wondering if Gap will do cashmere as they had some lovely things last year.

Mosman Thu 04-Oct-12 15:34:18

Sainsburys sold cashmere last year for about £25, absolutely loved mine

Hopefully Thu 04-Oct-12 16:19:09

I wasn't struck by the quality, but in terms of quality v ££, I think it's better than M&S and other mid-range cashmere.

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