Mekta Multifunctional scarves, women's scarf, cape scarf, winter fashion, unisex, warm crochet, knitted wrap scarf cape with sleeves
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Cashmere: Considered to be the height of luxury, cashmere is a lightweight material made from goats that reportedly becomes softer as time goes on. It also requires the wool from roughly four goats to make a single sweater, which is why it's typically on the pricier side. Blended: Let's face it—not all of us need 100 percent cashmere, 100 percent of the time (especially given its price tag). That's why its common to blend cashmere with other types of wool, such as merino. This way, you get the thermal capabilities and softness of cashmere without having to shell out an arm and a leg. Nylon: A synthetic material, nylon is known for its elasticity and ability to maintain bold, vibrant colors as it is resistant to the sunlight. It is also highly budget-friendly, yet long-lasting, since it's not easy to rip.
The right scarf material for you largely comes down to personal preference. While some people love the warmth wool gives, others find it to be a bit too itchy. Cashmere, on the other hand, is a classic, high-end scarf material, but while some people will love the soft, delicate fabric, others prefer synthetic, more animal-friendly options. Read more about your options below. Polyester: This material is great for snowy days, since it's water-resistant. And, if you're a bright scarf lover, you'll be pleased to know that it reliably maintains color. Another bonus? It doesn't wrinkle easily.