Pashmina and Scarves

The word pashmina comes from the ancient Persian word pashm which means wool. Nepal is one of, if not the, prime exporter of pashmina products all over the world. In fact, the pashmina itself is a native and indigenous product of Nepal. Cultivated from a rare breed of goats found only at 12,000 to around 14,500 feet above sea level in the Himalayan regions of Tibet, Nepal and Central Asia, most notably Mongolia, the pashmina is considered the best cashmere on earth.

A pashmina is usually worn as a wrap. In some instances, the pashmina is worn close to the face, a la the famous and beautiful Hollywood legend and the late Princess of Monaco, Grace Kelly. The colors of pashmina that are particularly fashionable and in demand according to distributors are shades of purple, from a pale lilac to a deep violet shade of grape.

Some other trends include pashminas that are dotted with ethnic embroidery and pleats. Many other women opt for the classic look, and choose all-time favorite colors such as pink, yellow, white and jet black. Because of its versatility, the pashmina can also be worn over a jacket or as a muffler around the neck or simply just draped over the shoulders and the chest. Indeed women of all ages, shape and sizes, from mothers to Hollywood celebrities, from students to business executives, all seek the elegance, sheer comfort and practicality of beautifully woven pashmina.

Look beautiful…feel beautiful with these shawls and wraps from Fashion Scarves and Shawls. Today, many women are wearing these unique fashion accessories and looking stylish and fashionable as a result. Choose a shawl…or shawls for any occasion in pashmina, silk, cashmere and other soft, beautiful fabrics.

 

Pashmina Cashmere Grip Wrap Shawl Scarf

$4.93 free shipping

Pashmina Leopard Wrap Shawl Scarf

$6.95 free shipping

Cashmere Pashmina Zebra Wrap Shawl Scarf

$7.19 free shipping

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