Pure Collection – Cashmere Heaven.

November 8th, 2011


The unfortunate thing about the weather turning decidedly chillier is my aversion to coats. I love them, but don’t particularly like wearing them, I rush about far too much, then feel hot and sticky and end up carrying them in all weathers.  But with a two year old that would be happy to live in the park or garden, there wasn’t much hope of avoiding that wrapped up feeling…until I was contacted by Pure Collection.

For those unaware of the brand, Pure Collection produce some of the most stylish, covetable Cashmere items on the market. These are super luxury items, but keying into the trends in terms of colour, shape and style. From boyfriendcardigans to oversize jumpers and the sleekest of knitted dresses, Pure Collection ensures that all your Cashmere needs are catered for.

So when Pure Collection asked me if I would be interested in test driving an item,  I arrived at their website quicker than you could say the word CASHMERE. I was interested to see if premium cashmere items differed from the versions you can now get  from supermarket chains and budget stores. I also wanted to see if  they could solve my winter warmth dilemma.

I chose a fabulous knitted cape (£199) and opted for the soft butterscotch shade, although I was sorely tempted by the charcoal version. This cape looked  fabulous on the model in the publicity picture, worn with jeans and a long sleeved top, the  sort of look I often adopt for everyday wear. I also loved the stylish collar stopped the cape from appearing blanket like, and the fact that the arms were actually free rather than stuck  in holes that restrict movement.

Pure Collection Cashmere Knitted Cape £199.00 click to visit Pure Collection site

The cape arrived in glossy red packaging and tissue paper, making it a perfect Christmas gift, and was absolutely beautiful. The colour was really buttery, and the cashmere was just so soft that you have to resist the temptation to stroke it.  An upcoming weekend in Wales was the perfect opportunity to give the cape a real test drive, how would  it fare in real cold conditions in the heart of Snowdonia?

The answer is perfectly. From cuddling up on a blistering cold afternoon when it felt like I had my veryown blanket, to popping over a pair of leggings and boots for a trip to the shops, this was perfect attire. In addition,  those slits for the arms made it really easy to push Baba’s pushchair without that usual straightjacket poncho feeling. Unlike supermarket Cashmere,there was no sign of bobbling after a few wears, this piece had longevity stamped all over it. And it just feels so glamorous and luxurious, you really don’t want to take it off.

This is just the perfect winter warmer from Pure Collection, one which anyone would be lucky to find in their stocking.

Here are a few more choice picks

Cashmere Boat Neck Dress £179.00 click to visit Pure Collection

Cashmere Longline Gassato Cardigan £109.00 click to visit Pure Collection

Cashmere Socks £35.00 click to visit Pure Collection

Pashmina Stole £99.00 click to visit Pure Collection

To view the full collection from Pure Collection click here



3 Responses to “Pure Collection – Cashmere Heaven.”

  1. Hi Mom
    since you have a pure love for cashmere what about getting in touch with Cashmirino, pure cashmere and italian style for children?
    You can directly contact me, i would be very pleased to get in thouch
    Kind Regards
    Stefania from Milan

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