An average fashionable woman would probably start to panic if she were asked to find decent clothing for -30 to - 40 °C. For it means dressing in a hundred layers and looking like a ball. Fortunately, this is just a prejudice, and in fact, Mongolian ladies manage to dress quite neatly even during extreme winters. First of all, top-notch Mongolian cashmere does a great share—the luxurious soft wool obtained from Kashmir goats is made into sweaters, trousers, skirts—all of it both warm and pretty at the same time. A range of furs provide coats and hats warm enough for Mongolian winters and stylish too. At last, some natives remain faithful to tradition and still wear traditional "deel" which is a long warm unisex coat. So Mongolian winter is something of an extreme fashion show definitely worth checking out.