Cashmere is arguably one of the finest and softest materials with great insulating attributes, making the material great for colder days. Cashmere wool is a fiber obtained from the most delicate parts of a cashmere goats' wool.
We recommend washing cashmere as little as possible. Airing it out after use is often enough to reduce the retainment of odors. If you want to wash it in water, turn the sweater inside out, wash it by hand in cold water with a delicate detergent made for wool, and dry flat on a towel. Don't use fabric softener. We can't guarantee that cashmere won't pill a little, being valid for all cashmere yarns. Pilling usually occurs on a new product but will reduce after wear. The pilling can easily be removed with a cashmere comb that rejuvenates the natural oils of the fiber.
Pro tip: Letting the garment rest for a day or two after usage can help avoid wear and holes.