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Land's End Cashmere sweaters....?

pabloj

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Check Yoox.com, they might have something on sale or new for a nice price, see this thread
 

AlanC

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Older LE's aren't too bad, but you can do better. I'd rather have a J Crew than one of the LE's. If you don't mind older stuff ebay has a lot of excellent quality cashmere for pretty cheap (eg, Alan Paine, etc.).
 

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Sierra Trading Post has quite a lot of cashmere listed at present, too.
I think that there are a few 20% off codes floating around at present, which will make any STP purchase even more affordable.
 

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Brooks Made in Scotland Cashmere is really nice.
 

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Check ebay often and you might be able to snag something nice for around $100. I see a lot of RLBL cashmere for that price and I think it's a good value. Or stick around here--I got a RLPL black cashmere crewneck from the B&S board recently and it's really nice--silky smooth and soft as a baby's bottom but substantial enough that it won't pill, fluff or stretch after a few wears. It's more decadent than Blue Label so you'll pay a little more. I also don't know how Land's End compares with RLBL, so maybe someone else can chime in.
 

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I would not waste the $ on LE. My wife got one and it pilled VERY quickly. For a quality sweater, I'd just as soon pay more to get more....
 

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