J.Crew recently introduced a brand new line of baby clothes in a much-antipated move, and the clothes are as pin-worthy as you’d expect.
From super-soft cotton basics to style splurges, they’ve accumulated an impressive collection of clothes, shoes, and accessories for the littlest fashion icons. And the design collaborations are incredible! Nature Baby, Oeuf, Petit Bateau, and Rikshaw Design are just a few of the designer collaborations for J.Crew, making it a one-stop shop for the best in not only style, but quality.
Yet there’s one collection of J.Crew baby clothes that stands apart: the cashmere collection.
Cashmere is certainly an interesting material choice for infants — specifically the “finest Italian cashmere in the world.” If you’re anything like me, the initial attraction of warmth and softness is quickly replaced with practicality concerns, like the fact that baby clothes are washed again and again (and again) throughout their short shelf life, and they’re more prone to stains and diaper blow-outs than any other group of clothing.
So is pricey cashmere a smart buy? Especially white cashmere?
According to J.Crew, the answer is yes.