Bulk Shawls Wraps Scarves

Monday, May 27, 2013

Tips to Tie a Pashmina Scarf

Do you love pashmina wrap or scarves but do not really know how to tie them? A pashmina scarf is basically a length of fabric that is made from cashmere wool. Pashmina cashmere was first created in Kashmir centuries ago. Pashmina scarves are still in fashion and have become one of the popular women's clothing accessories.

If you want to look gorgeous at your workplace or at every party, follow the simple tips to tie a pashmina shawl:
  • Drape over the back of your shoulders and neck keeping the ends of the shawl over your arms. For a gorgeous look tie the ends of the shawl together around your back. 
  • Fold the pashmina shawl in two halves, drape around your neck and pull the end of the scarf through the halfway loop to give a stylish look. 
  • You can wrap the pashmina shawl twice around your neck, leaving it fairly loose, and tie an elegant   knot with the ends of the shawl. 
  • Let your pashmina shawl spread out fully and simply lay it across your front.
  • Spread the shawl around your hips and tie a knot on the sides.

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Top Tips to Clean your Precious Pashmina Shawl

Pashmina is a delicate fabric that gives a luxurious feel to the skin. Mostly, pashmina shawl is a blend of 70 percent pashmina and 30 percent silk. However, some shawls are made using 50 percent pashmina and 50 percent silk. Since pashmina is a delicate fabric, it is important to  take  care of it with proper cleaning.

Here are a few tips how you can clean your pashmina shawl:
  • Fill a tub with lukewarm water along with some shampoo. Let the shampoo dissolve in the water.
  • Gently hand wash the shawl.
  • Rinse the shawl with conditioner to make it softer.
  • Squeeze the pashmina delicately to remove any excess water. Do not stretch the fabric much.
  • Let the shawl to dry of.  Keep it away from direct sunlight and other sources of heat.
  • When dry, use a cool iron to press the pashmina fabric. You may also consider putting a damp cloth between the iron and the fabric.
  • Fold the shawl and preserve it inside a polythene bag. This will protect the pashmina shawl from sunlight, dampness, dust and moths.

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Different Types of Shawls for Women

Shawls are an outstanding way to style to any outfit, be it casual or formal. These can be found in a wide assortment of colors and popular fabrics such as cotton, silk and linen. Many times, shawls are worn as stole, draped around the shoulders or even head wrapped. Best alternative to accessorize any women's outfit, every shawl gives a unique look when it is worn perfectly.

Let us have a look at some of the popular types of women shawls:

Cashmere Shawls:
Cashmere shawls are beautiful and are often compared with pashmina shawls. These basically come from the same type of goat. However, the only difference is the fineness of the wool in both the fabrics.  However, cashmere fabric incorporates its own charm and has a soft touch that gives complete comfort and pleasure to women's senses.

Water Shawls:
These shawls also have emerged as a new variety for fashion conscious women. These are made from Pashminas or blend silk. However, these come in dyed and woven forms that makes them appear appealing. Since these are dyed, water shawls have different colors on each side. Extremely soft to  touch, water shawls look shiny and women can wear these shawls with tunics and matching accessories such as earrings, necklace and clutch.

Find the latest collection of women shawls at reputable online stores and look gorgeous than ever before.

 
Design by Free WordPress Themes | Bloggerized by Lasantha - Premium Blogger Themes | Web Hosting Coupons