Cool Contrast: Cashmere vs. Tweed


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It’s officially fall! This season, we long for the plush comfort of luxurious cashmere. The ultimate in softness, cashmere keeps you both warm and comfortable. We adore the draping of this maternity sweater in a fall-perfect oatmeal shade.

In contrast, cooler temperatures have us longing for tweed such as this expertly cut maternity jacket, which you will wear all season long. The rough yet intricate weaving of this tried and true fabric is always a seasonal favorite, perfect for the office or an outdoor fall festival. Whether structured in tweed or comforted by cashmere, both are must-haves this season.

Shop our tweed and cashmere maternity clothes at A Pea in the Pod.

 

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