Nakedcashmere’s Reborn Recycled Cashmere Collection Just Launched

Jessica Wong

Each product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn commission. This winter has been all about cozy loungewear, whether that’s ultra-soft sweaters and joggers or full-on sweatsuits. One of our favorite brands (and […]

Each product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn commission.

This winter has been all about cozy loungewear, whether that’s ultra-soft sweaters and joggers or full-on sweatsuits. One of our favorite brands (and one that Travel + Leisure readers have loved as well) is Nakedcashmere, which makes luxurious knit pieces, from your classic sweaters to cashmere sweatpants, and even a cashmere jumpsuit (yep, you read that right).

Plus, the pieces in this collection are already garnering rave reviews. One shopper wrote about how the Marta Shorts have become a wardrobe staple, for example. “These shorts are so cute and comfortable. Such a nice alternative to the jean shorts I usually wear. They are light and comfortable and great for spring. I’m pairing them with some of the cashmere tanks and they are perfect!”

Another shopper complimented the cozy Amira cropped button-up sweater. “This top is so cute to throw on with any high waisted pants and it’s so cute! The boxy and cropped button down is such a cute take on the classic button down. Its nice and lightweight for the spring and super comfortable. Will be rocking this all the time!”

Keep reading for some of our favorite pieces from Nakedcashmere’s Cashmere Reborn collection.

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