Sweaters. Maybe Cashmere. Where do you buy ?

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  1. Reevolving

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    Need to stock up on some sweaters. What do you like? I'd like to keep it under $100 a sweater, unless it's cashmere.
     


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    I picked up a few sweaters recently from woolovers.us with good results. They are located in the UK but have localized websites in several countries.
     


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    Don't need to get too fancy and international.
    Anything from USA?
     
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    I like Woolovers. Nothing "international" about them in terms of BS/customs fees/whatever. Simple enough order form, and their merino/cashmere has done well for me.
     


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    Woolovers seems pretty cheap. Any catch?
    $60 for a 30% cashmere / 70% merino.
     


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    why not just good old brothers of Brooks.

    ive never had cashmere , cashmere mix, or other delicate wool go longer than a season without getting moth holes. must be the way im storing them. but ill stick to cotton and wool-cotton
     


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    That's some high quality stereotyping you're doing there, Reevolving. Very impressive.

    Quick, somebody name a major retailer whose wares I can dismiss as being being intended for scrawny young Eurotrash. It's not fair that only Reevolving gets to play this game.
     


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    Uniqlo
     
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    Brook's Nephews
     


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    Little known fact - one of the nephews, Joseph, was so impressed with how his uncle had taken to abbreviating "brothers" as "bros.," that he started going by the name "Jos."

    I read it on the Internet. And it's illegal to put stuff on the Internet if it isn't true.
     


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