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Mere Basics: Keep warm this spring with cashmere

Mere Basics: Keep warm this spring with cashmere
Mere Basics is a Seattle company that offers an array of pieces that fit every type of silhouette; shorts that can be layered under skirts or dresses, camisole tops that can be layered under short sleeve tops and leggings that can be layered under pants. (Image: Mere Basics)
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Who doesn't love cashmere? It's soft and instantly makes you feel luxe. It's also the answer to your spring outfit dilemmas. Mere Basics, a line completely made out of cashmere, has given you permission to bring your summer clothes out a little early. Instead of layering a coat over skirts or dresses you can just add a layer of cashmere. Now, who doesn't love that?

Mere Basics offers an array of pieces that fit every type of silhouette; shorts that can be layered under skirts or dresses, camisole tops that can be layered under short sleeve tops and leggings that can be layered under pants.

How does Mere know what Seattle ladies go through during these tricky weather months? Because Mere is a Seattle brand. It specializes in giving women who are constantly cold a new and luxe way to stay warm without sacrificing style.

It's purposely designed to be the invisible layer, no bulk included. Each piece is 100% pure cashmere and lightweight enough to layer perfectly under your summer dresses even though it's not quite summer outside.

The silhouettes are even perfect to wear under silk and lightweight sweaters. You can even wear a pair of cashmere leggings under your pants. Who has wished for a an extra layer of insulation on these crazy windy days? Wish granted.

The entire Mere Basics collection is soft and hand washable making it a stylish option for any outfit. Don't believe me? Well, Sarah Jessica Parker is a big fan. So, instead of reaching for a coat and covering up your fabulous outfit, how about layering it up with cashmere? You can find Mere Basics debut collection here.

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