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We have a lot of readers who love our cashmere suggestions, so every year before Winter, I make a round-up of the most sought-after cashmere pieces. I love the soft touch of cashmere and how polished it looks. Of course, if we are talking about Winter, we need a good long-lasting pair of cashmere gloves. The comfort is unmatched, as well as the way it complements the most sophisticated outfit and elevates the most simple look. You’ll find picks from silent luxury Brunello Cucinelli, to ski gloves, handknitted mittens, fingerless, leather gloves filled in cashmere, and so on. There’s something for every style and occasion.
Cashmere Pop Top Gloves
If there was a time when pop-top gloves were considered children’s accessories, the game changed with the smartphone culture. This sleek, and very grown-up, pair of gloves is made of 100% Mongolian cashmere, has ribbed cuffs, and is available in 6 colors.
Silent Luxury Pure Cashmere Gloves, Brunello Cucinelli
Brunello Cucinelli is one of the top brands for silent luxury fashion and here is a simple, yet luxurious cashmere glove made in Italy.
It’s available in 2 colors.
Cable-Knit Cashmere Mittens
Soft, comfy, and warm, these chunky cashmere knits by Gabriela Hearst are reminiscent of her hacienda childhood and are a heirloom piece to keep for decades.
Pure Cashmere Gloves
With A-Grade, 2-ply pure cashmere yarn, these gloves are available in 6 colors and are one of the most affordable picks in his post.
Lined Cashmere Leather Gloves
I love the polished look of these slik lambskin leather gloves and the soft touch of the cashmere lining.
Two-in-one Ski Cashmere Gloves
Naked Cashmere paired with U.S. Ski & Snowboard to create this 2-in-1 fingerless and full cashmere glove to elevate your ski season.
Cashmere Lined Leather Touchscreen Gloves
Depending on where you live, touchscreen gloves are a Winter essential. This pair has good ratings and is lined with cashmere, to keep your hand cozy and warm while you scroll outdoors.
Silk and Cashmere blend Gloves
These chic Alaïa gloves are a Fall hit that you can keep for Winter, after all, it’s a warm, sleek, and classic pair that goes with almost everything.
Cashmere Silk Bliss Glovelettes
I can never wear fingerless gloves because I’m often freezing. But if you have warm hands and you can keep your fingers out, this glove blends cashmere and silk in a soft and minimalist Italian boucle, perfect for every day.
It’s available in 7 colors.