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cashmerelove
Member Since: April 17, 2019
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I love cashmere – and I'm in LOVE with JG Switzer's luxury cashmere blankets!

Cashmere is commonly known as one of the most luxurious & expensive wool, but it's not just a wool. It is obtained from a goat of the same name, but only the soft, ultra-fine undercoat is used for luxury textiles. Cashmere is famous for its durability and longevity. It is incredibly soft and lightweight. Amongst any other luxury wool, cashmere is known to be the softest and finest.

This beautiful and affordable luxury cashmere blanket creates a warm and relaxing space, available in three different colors: White, Champagne Beige and Black. Black is available in cashmere king blanket.
This blanket is elegant and classy and very well made. It has a smooth texture and wonderfully soft to touch, comfortable, cozy and incredibly warm. I find it perfect to wrap it on cool nights and can be used all year long.

Personally, I just say "no" to plain white duvet hotel carbon copy look for my bed. Did you know we spend nearly a third of our lives in bed – so to me, my bed is my personal sanctuary, one I like to pay special attention to. Bed is where dreams originate, and we hope you agree it deserves a little fun and imagination. So, I'm always looking for high end luxury bedding brands who provide good alternatives for my bed. You can say I like to sleep with nature, in the healthiest and finest of fibers, silks and furs. Beautiful, soft and elegant blanket offers an incomparable luxury that is both seen and felt.

I was very happy to find this blanket from JG Switzer and bought it pronto. It is a perfect addition in my bedroom, as it is extremely light, soft and keeps you very warm. It more than surpassed my expectations and was worth every penny. Am very tempted to try other blankets as well – but each one is quite an investment.

Got this one first because of the design and also because I'm a big Bette Davis fan! This blanket is inspired by a movie scene I remember where she says "don't let's ask for the moon. We have the stars".  <3<3<3


Also, I find a great option of luxury plush blanket from JG Switzer. No matter what time of year it is, a good throw blanket is always appreciated. It's perfect for wrapping around you as you sit or curl up on the sofa. Use them to cozy up on a chilly day, then keep them in the summer to add some color to your space. This all-season blanket will keep you comfy on the couch or in the bed. Plush blankets are so soft that will ever touch your skin. This ultimate plush blanket made from a remarkably soft fabric for exceptional warmth and comfort. One night with this blanket and you will never want to get out of bed.



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