Ernest - If I am reading you right then the sweaters were 150 euros instead of 600 euros each??? While 75% off is always nice, do you think 600 would have been a reasonable price? Â I ask because the very nice cashmere jumpers (sweaters here) in Milan back in the fall were around 150 and we found some extremely high quality ones at a market for 80 euros - these were the very nice zip neck ones in a very high quality 4-ply cashmere. Did you get a new job recently? Â I missed that post but congratulations if so. Â Sounds like you are building up quite a wardrobe
137 instead of 555 163 instead of 645 I think you could find better value for money than a jumper at 645 euros from Dunhill but I am sure that your 80 euros cashmere (tag price) are not good quality. At this price this is IMPOSSIBLE to make a good cashmere jumper. May be only the raw material would be at this price. In general for cashmere, you got what you pay. No miracle. A well knitted (not like mine.) good cashmere is around 400/500 euros in most of brands. As few people can pay 500 euros for a jumper, they always make good sales on them. I got all my cashmere between 100 euros and 150 euros (I paid 240 euros for my first one and 150 euros for the same 6 months after and picked up the same for my girlfirend at 100 euros at the end of the sales.).