Cashmere Scarf | Putty

$299.00 $415.00
By Laing

Indulge in the softness and warmth of cashmere with this scarf. Perfect for travel, it can double as a luxurious blanket or be worn stylishly layered over jackets.

Composition | 100% Cashmere. 7gg. Oeko-Tex Certified. Mid weight.

Size + Fit | 60 x 180 cm

Use + Care

Cold hand wash and lie flat to dry.

To ensure your cashmere remains looking beautiful, here are a few tips to follow:

  • Avoid hanging your cashmere as it can stretch out of shape. Instead, fold it flat.
  • Allow your cashmere to rest between wears by leaving it untouched for a few days, so the fibres can relax and breathe.
  • If it needs a little pressing to remove wrinkles, iron it on the reverse side on a low setting with a gentle steam.
  • When storing between seasons, always ensure that you wash first and place cedar balls or lavender close to your garment to prevent moths from eating the fibre creating holes.
  • Cashmere, like all wool, does not need to be washed frequently. The fibres do not retain odours and over-washing can cause damage. Instead, simply airing your garment after wearing it will keep it feeling fresh.
  • Do not wear cross body bags, sharp jewellery or jackets with rough lining that may encourage balling (known as piling) of the yarn.
  • If piling does occur, in areas of higher friction, simply use a cashmere comb to remove the small balls of fibre.

Cashmere is a delicate fabric that requires special care when washing. Here are some general guidelines for washing cashmere:

  1. Use a mild detergent specifically formulated for delicate fabrics or a mild wool wash. Baby Shampoo is also a great alternative. Avoid using regular laundry detergents, as they can be too harsh for cashmere.
  2. Fill a sink or basin with cool water and add the detergent. Gently submerge the cashmere item and gently agitate the water to create suds.
  3. Let the cashmere soak for about 10-15 minutes, then rinse it thoroughly with cool water.
  4. Gently press out excess water by rolling in a towel, but do not wring or twist the cashmere.
  5. Lay the cashmere flat to dry, away from direct sunlight or heat sources. Do not hang the cashmere as it will stretch and lose its shape.