Cashmere's status began to change in the 1990s when China began to produce it in mass volumes, essentially ‘devaluing’ the fiber from luxury to mainstream. Cashmere, very swiftly, went from wool royalty (with a hefty price tag to match) to being available pretty much everywhere, at a moderate price. Although the premium variety from India still comes at a high cost, these days you can pick up a “cashmere" sweater for as little as $80. Generally speaking, the lesser price reflects a lower-quality fiber – typically shorter, coarser hair from a goat's undercoat (only 28-30mm long), or fabric blended with yak or rabbit hair. To make things worse, these garments are knitted loosely, so the customer not only gets substandard material, there’s less of it.
Ewsca, an Italian original designer brand for top Inner Mongolia cashmere sweaters and accessories’ wholesale starts from a mini MOQ of 3pcs/sty/col/size but hand-made in china with competitive price and fast deliver with worldwide shipping.