Winter is coming and it’s time for indulging into shopping again. The fact that winters require wearing a number of things simultaneously makes shopping for winters even more delightful. We get to shop for everything from sweaters and jackets to cap and shawls.
With the sale and purchase of woolen sweaters and woolen shawls online, people do not even have to go through the cold chills of the traditional markets. We can sit in the warmth of our houses and shop for a number of winter clothes and accessories with much ease and convenience.
Also, online scarves by Shingora have been creating a lot of buzz in the digital market because of their distinguishing styles and shades that they’re available it. But be it an offline store or an online shopping site, you must have come across different labels mentioning different names of wool.
We have a tendency of relating wool only with the sheep- all thanks to our nursery rhymes and stories. But there are a lot of animals who have been giving wool for the production of woolen sweaters and shawls. This leads to a variety in the types of wool. Given below is a list of different types of wools. So, the next time you see a label, you’d know what it means.
- Camel Hair: As the name suggests, it is made from camels and works best for the making the undercoat material. It is extremely soft and fine. It provides the best insulation as compared to all the other wools but is relatively weak and hence, can be worn out easily.
- Mohair: This comes from goat and is known for it is silkiness and luster. It is strong, durable and lightweight in nature. The best feature of mohair is that it accepts dyes and hence is preferred by a lot of consumers for this reason. Also, it is non- crushing and non-matting.
- Cashmere: It also comes from the hair of a goat but cashmere fibers are cultivated by combing the goat rather than clipping it. It is also the most expensive natural fibers and it adjusts to the humidity and adapts itself to all the climates.
- Angora: It is made from the fur of Angora rabbit. It is hollow in nature which makes it way too lightweight. Due to this, they are mostly used for thermal clothing. A key feature of Angora wools is that they’re naturally resistant to odors.
So, indulge into winter shopping and shop for a variety of Shingora woolen labels. After all, all you need this winter is some warmth!