Cashmere doesn’t have to be expensive — these 9 men’s sweaters start at just $60
It’s no secret that cashmere is one of the most luxurious fabrics out there. With this in mind, most folks associate cashmere with luxury (and luxury prices), and while that’s definitely a fair connection, cashmere isn’t always super expensive. In fact, when it comes to cashmere sweaters, in particular, you don’t have to break the bank to get a quality product.
There are a few brands that make it their mission to prove that quality cashmere shouldn’t cost hundreds of dollars. Quince is one of the most notable brands that leads with this philosophy, producing 100% cashmere sweaters for men starting at just $60!
Other notable brands like Amicale and Tommy Bahama, though pricier, also have affordable cashmere sweaters that you’ll reach for year after year.
This is Quince's most popular men's cashmere sweater of all time, and that's all thanks to its quality and price point. This timeless 100% cashmere sweater is lightweight, soft and super cozy. It's perfect for layering or wearing on its own, and best of all, Quince's cashmere is such high quality that it's three times as warm as wool.
It comes in 11 colors, and sizes range from S to XXL.
Every man needs a quality turtleneck sweater in his closet, and this cashmere option has all the makings of a classic piece. It has a relaxed fit but a luxurious feel, so it won't feel too snug on the body.
It comes in four colors, and sizes range from S to XXL.
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