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Mongolian cashmere is better than Chinese cashmere and more expensive. John57 Post 12 bagley79 -- It does seem crazy that people spend so much money for cashmere, but when you realize the long process that goes into it, you can see why.
I have always admired how soft cashmere is, but have never had anything that was made with pure cashmere. After reading about why it is so expensive I don't think it is something I will ever go out and buy for myself.
I know the wool is something the goats produce naturally, but that sure seems like a long time and an awful lot of labor just for one luxurious piece of clothing. Because this is solid black it can go with so many things and I can also dress it up even more depending on what accessories I wear with it.
I had no idea that it took 4 years for one goat to have enough cashmere for this one sweater. When I look at it that way, I feel almost exuberant that I even own that sweater.
I don't use this as my every day scarf and only wear it when I dress up. I always feel like I am pampering myself when I wear this scarf because it is so incredibly soft. Caring for cashmere does take more maintenance than clothes you can just throw in the washer and dryer, but it is nice to have special items like this to wear from time to time.
I don't think wearing cashmere is something that will ever go out of style because it is so luxurious. In contrast, a wool-blend sweater that was not pure cashmere was half the price.
This is the first time I ever bought a pure cashmere sweater and I expect this to last me a long time.
If you wait until the end of the season, you could probably find lower prices on cashmere items, but I needed it at the time for a special occasion and hope I will get my money out of it for years to come.
I want to buy a cashmere scarf for my husband for Christmas and I found one last night that is affordable on an online auction site. There are definitely fake cashmere products out there and some of them even use the logos of the original brands.
One way you can tell is that these logos are usually misspelled or look slightly different than the original one. Real cashmere is very expensive, but the quality is also amazing. If you've ever seen and touched authentic cashmere, you'll be able to tell them apart from the fake ones very easily.
I'm assuming that some clothing retailers are taking advantage of the high price of cashmere to make similar cloths that are not as expensive. How expensive should an authentic cashmere product be?
If we see a less expensive item labeled cashmere, should we assume that it is fake? How can we tell the difference between authentic and fake cashmere?So the appropriate comparison is months off-campus vs. 9 months in the dorms. Also, don't underestimate the value of being able to drop your "lease" if you take a quarter abroad, or of not being on the hook to your landlord for double rent if your roommate drops out and stops paying.
Oct 20, · Experts don’t know exactly why hearing aids are still so costly, except that companies continue to invest in improvements, and fees usually cover the services of a highly trained audiologist.
Cost reductions can’t . Oct 14, · Same reason why and 28 gauge shells are so much more expensive than the 12 gauage and 20 gauge shells that use much more stuff in the making. You're paying more for less material. Seems silly but it's a supply and demand issue. Mar 19, · Greene wondered why that was the case.
Why was a medicine more than 90 years old so expensive? He started looking into the history of insulin, and has published a paper about his findings in this week's issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.
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The design tools (Vivado, Quartus, etc.) are expensive too, so I think the price of an FPGA is the price of the IC (and development) itself excluding the cost of support and the tools. (Some non-FPGA vendors give free tools whose development cost includes the IC price.). This convoluted, complicated, inconsistent system continues to exist, and continues to be so expensive because college in America is still worth the price.
At certain colleges, for certain people.