Cashmere vs Pashmina Cashmere
Cashmere is the softest wool in the world and comes from many different places. But on the other hand, Pashmina Cashmere only comes from the wool of Changthangi goats reared in the coldest and harshest remote terrains of Ladakh Himalayas. Moreover, while the basic Cashmere fabric has a diameter of 15-19 microns, Pashmina fibre is thinner at 10-15 microns and can only be hand-spun. As a result, Pashmina Cashmere is much more softer, finer, warmer, rare and more expensive than the regular ones.