Cashmere Knits Comparison | Part 2 Grana Cashmere Review

I was due to open my recycled and upcycled online shop this week. Then I remembered that next weekend is Easter, and I will be travelling to the South West. As there is no WiFi in my chosen accommodation, I deemed it too risky to open the shop during that weekend. Therefore, the Small Wardrobe shop will officially open Tuesday April 3. Patreon subscribers continue to receive early shop access and discount. ❤

I plan to film and write some exciting content while I’m in the South West, including my very first vlog, where I will actually show you what I do and where I go when I’m there! Stay tuned.

This week I have made a three part video series comparing cashmere knits by three brands; Uniqlo, Grana and Everlane. Last week, in part one, I reviewed my Uniqlo cashmere knit. Today I post part two, my Grana cashmere review.

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I am really enjoying shooting reviews at the moment, and I have a few more in the works. Let me know if there are any items I own (or should own) that you’d like to see me review!

Through this series of reviews, I am comparing the three knits on the criteria below.

  • Ethics
  • Value
  • Quality
  • Comfort
  • Care
  • Warmth
  • Aesthetics

The video below is part two of my cashmere review series. Check out my YouTube channel for new videos about minimalism every week. Follow me on Instagram, where I record my minimalist outfits. Check me out on Facebook for resources and updates. I also have a Patreon account, where I post additional content weekly.

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1 Comment

  1. Hey! It’s nice to see that you put ethics as the first criteria on your list. I know next to nothing about the fashion world, but I am seeking to expand my interests into sustainable fashion. My researched view of the future is that by 2050 economies the world over will become much more localised (will be forced to, in fact). In a fashion sense, this means that more designers will be looking to work from very locally sourced materials. This will affect designs of course. Additionally, I am passionate about helping create some kind of sustainable fashion network, at least in the southwest of England where I’m based, to co-create vibrant items (UK streetwear is so boring) which speak of exciting and distinctive local identities…creating an uplifting localised industry to help ride the potentially very difficult times ahead.

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