A highly appreciated dress fabric; cashmere is commonly used for making formal sweaters, capes, and and shawls.
Cashmere, the wool or fur of the Kashmir goats, is harvested during the annual molting season through the shedding or the shearing of their down. The finest cashmere comes from the underbelly and throat of the goats. Cashmere is naturally white, gray, and brown, but the wool is easily dyed. Cashmere makes a fashionable complement for bridesmaid dresses, making it the perfect accessory for winter weddings. When paired with full-length bridesmaid dresses, cashmere sweaters provide comfort and warmth.