Gravitate towards the historic Grassmarket area to find some of the most luxurious cashmere around. Hawico is exclusive, luxurious, chic, contemporary, and elegant to a tee. Rewind back to 1874 in Trinity Mills to when the Hawick Hosiery Company kicked off the production process. Today, Hawick Cashmere of Scotland still produces each and every single garment in the same exact factory. From the exquisite selection of men’s and ladies knitwear and accessories to the impressive kaleidoscope of colours, Hawico never fails to make fans feel like a million pounds.
Brora is the brainchild of the innovative and utterly wonderful cashmere queen Victoria Stapleton. What begun as a mail order business operating out of a basement is now one of the most popular and celebrated cashmere brands. With shops in Scotland, England, and even New York, there is no stopping these fashion sensations. From classy coats and exquisite tops to gorgeous baby clothing, stellar men’s polos, and luxurious accessories, nothing says chic more than being draped in head to toe cashmere. The cashmere and sheepskin pom pom beanies are just the ticket to make the colder days more bearable too.
There are some who try cashmere and never wear anything else ever again. Perhaps they unearthed the myriad of clothing delights at Marchbrae. This impeccable company are purveyors of all things cashmere, tweed, and country chic. Marchbrae drew upon inspiration from one of Edinburgh’s greatest tailors, Charles Angus Marchbrae. From 1771 onwards, this well sought after tailor (from neighbouring Dalkeith) fitted all the lads and lassies of Edinburgh with the most exquisite garments. Today, Marchbrae do exactly that. Looking for a cashmere scarf? This place has you covered.