Which Is Better: Pure Cashmere or Cashmere Shawl?
By BRIAN FERGUSON The Wall St. Journal February 12, 2019 04:25:05 A couple of years ago, the company I work for, Pure Cashmather, launched an ad campaign called “Settle Down” to promote its newest line of cashmere sweaters, the Nada Cashmere Wrap.
The brand was hoping that the campaign would spark interest in its latest line, which is a premium, high-end, hand-sewn, silky-smooth cashmere shawk.
The wrap is a staple of many a man’s wardrobe, but not one that I have yet tried.
The Nada Wrap has a lovely, soft, smooth feel to it that I love, but it is not my thing.
What is your take on the Nadas wrap?
The Nadabs wrap is the only wrap on the market that is silky and smooth.
It feels silky smooth to the touch, and I love the softness of the fabric.
My husband is not a fan of silky fabrics.
I have tried many cashmere yarns, and the Nads are by far my favorite.
The fabric is very soft, and its not overly stretchy.
When you twist, it’s not stiff, and you get that soft feel to the fabric and to your hands.
What makes the Nade’s fabric soft?
The fabric, unlike the Nabas, is very supple, which means it can be worn with gloves, a cap, or with a topcoat.
When it is wet, the fabric is really soft, which makes it great for keeping the fabric clean.
The only downside is that it does not offer the smoothness of a silky yarn.
It is a nice soft wrap, but I don’t really enjoy wearing it on my fingers or under my nails.
When I have to wash my hands, I wear a nylon cotton hand towel.
The softness, softness!
The Nades fabric, the only one that is super silky, has an incredibly nice, silvery texture.
What’s the best thing about Nade?
The texture is great.
It’s so silky soft.
I love it.
The price point is incredible, too.
You can buy it in any size.
I am not a purist, but the Nades wrap is not something I would want to use for long periods of time.
The product is available online for $59.99, which includes a one-year subscription to the Naders.
Nade is a great option for those who don’t want to invest in silky fibers, or just want to try something different.
Nadabets, Nade Sweaters, Nadbs, Nader Sweaters are available at Amazon, and on the Pure Cashmerry website.
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