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Monday, March 25, 2013

Shawls- The Different Variety

Cashmere Shawls:
Cashmere shawls are very beautiful and their beauty is different from that of Pashmina.  Some people believe that Cashmere shawls are exactly the same as Pashmina but it is not the fact.

Pashmina and Cashmere both come from the same type of goat. However, the difference arises from the fineness of the wool. Pashmina is 19-21 microns whereas Cashmere is 15-20 microns. Pashmina is so fine that it can be both produced and woven by hand. Both have different grades so you can feel the difference between both the fabrics after you wrap it around your shoulders.

Water Shawls:
Water shawls have also evolved as new product in the market and are made from a Pashmina or blend silk. However, these are dyed and woven in a different way that makes them unique in appeal.

Water shawls have a different color on each side. These are extremely soft to touch and are much shinier than conventional Pashmina shawls. You can carry water shawls with suits, saris, jeans and kurtis. Available in dazzling colors, you can really add a difference to your wardrobe by wearing water shawls.

Look exclusive with the different variety of shawls!

Sunday, March 17, 2013

What is a Real Pashmina?

A real Pashmina is manufactured in India - Kashmir or Nepal. It can be 100% Pashmina, 80% Pashmina/20% silk or 70% Pashmina/ 30%. If it is pure Pashmina, it must not have any sheen at all. Hold it up to see whether there is shine on both sides. If there is shine- it has silk in it. Remember that 100% Pashmina actually appears less impressive on first glance than those blended with silk but it is more valuable. Silk is basically used to make the garment more wearable, durable and long-lasting. So, you just need to remember- ‘the more shine it has, the more silk it has.’ Pashmina can also be blended with lesser grade of cashmere or even other wools.

Pashmina shawls are widely in fashion and are available in awe-inspiring designs and patterns. You can wrap an embroidered Pashmina shawl on a plain color kurti and match up with beautiful accessories. These shawls never go out of fashion and remain the choice of youngsters as well as elder women. The reason is their uniqueness of the fabric and an unmatched variety of designs.

If a party is on your mind, choose the best Pashmina shawl to complement your dress and flaunt style.

Monday, March 11, 2013

Pashmina Wraps- Wrap Yourself in Fashion

What is Pashmina?

Pashmina is typically high-quality Cashmere wool and is obtained from the undercoat of a particular-type of goat that lives high in the hills of the state of Kashmir. The Cashmere is collected and hand-spun into garments.
How to wear a traditional Pashmina?

Don’t be anxious while deciding on how to wear a Pashmina. Just wear in a way that makes you most comfortable. However, the traditional style is to open the shawl completely, throw it behind the shoulders just as you wear a jacket before putting it on and then move it off to the centre. So one side of the shawl will be shorter than the other. Put the shorter side on your left shoulder and put the longer side across your right shoulder. This will create a flattering, draped effect. If you will keep one side longer, it will not fall off from your shoulders and you can even pin it up with a small safety pin to secure it in place.

You can also find other ways to wear Pashmina shawls over the World Wide Web. Wrap your Pashmina in the most fashionable way!

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