GRANA: MONGOLIAN CASHMERE

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Hey Guys!!
I’ve partnered up with GRANA to showcase some of my favorite picks from their Mongolian Cashmere collection. Truth be told, It’s been so cold in New York this week that I was so excited when I found out we were partnering together for one of their cashmere collection. I love cashmere, specially one with a great quality that doesn’t itch myself to death. Funny thing, lately I’ve been wearing almost four layers to go out during the day, not looking fashionably at all but only worrying about feeling warm.
When I tried on their Mongolian Cashmere I fell in love instantly, everyone was dying with cold and I was just smiling and feeling comfy.  It’s good to know a little of their history in cashmere. It all began when one of their representatives took a trip to inner Mongolia, home of the cashmere, and breeded special goats that not only have a thick coat of long hairs to keep us warm, but also “an undercoat of fine downy fleece”.
Their work in creating a high quality but comfortable cashmere is what got me interested. However, it wasn’t until I tried their turtleneck that I said, ok this is good stuff! I always have this problem with cashmere turtlenecks where they have a thick feel and it gets uncomfortable for me after a while. When I was wearing Grana’s I felt so light and comfy, like if I was wearing my PJs but looked incredibly classy and ready to go out.
Honestly, I felt like my look with Grana resembles actual comfort in a classy and chic look. At the end, if you just see what I’m wearing it is a simple cashmere jogger, turtleneck and a cardigan, yet it looks amazing, I even wore it to a broadway show (Which I fell asleep for 10 minutes)! And I happen to be wearing it tomorrow for Thanksgiving, don’t blame me!
If you’d like to know more about Grana’s cashmere you can shop the look below and use my code “CPXGRANA” for a 10% discount and free shipping worldwide on your purchase!
– Happy Thanksgiving Guys!!
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