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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Women Have A Wide Choice in Shawls from Cashmere Pashmina to Silk Shawls

Women have a wide choice when buying shawls online or at department stores at the mall. From wool shawls to silk wraps there is plenty of colorful designs and yarns to choose from depending on the season, degree of warmth needed and budget. Fine Cashmere Pashmina are very popular worldwide. Cashmere Pashmina in some countries is a term that is used interchangeably as the shawls come from the same yarn that is the cashmere goats called “Changthangi” in the Kashmir Region – the yarn is very fine in diameter. There are some pashmina that are so fine they can pass through a ring  hence called “ring shawls”. Women in the U.S. Canada, U.K., Australia somehow find these shawls too thin for the cold wintertime so they opt for them in 4 ply so they get slightly more thicker and plusher. Today with women setting the trend and demand for the shawls and wraps there are many “ply” or layers of yarn used to make the shawls - single ply being very thin like tissue, 2 ply shawls are slightly thicker great for spring and summer wear, 3 ply are warmer for fall or autumn and 4 ply cashmere shawls are perfect for winter.
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Wool can be of different types like sheep wool, lamb wool and the fine Cashmere Pashmina which is very beautiful, light and soft. Most women with sensitive skin can still wear these shawls without being allergic. The shawl can be  loose handspun or tightly woven. They come in many solid colors dyed in metal free dyes and can also be woven in designs or embroidered upon in paisley or flowery workmanship that is often handcrafted. The demand for the embroidered pashmina is so great that a lot of times to keep up with the demand the shawls are machine embroidered. The “Aarie” embroidery technique is the most beautiful and uses fine chain stitches in multi colored silk threads depicting “nature motifs” and looks amazing. This classic timeless craftsmanship started in India in the 12th century. The embroidery using this technique is very fine and delicate. Kashmir used to be and is still popular for world’s best shawls including Pashminas and to date has amazing embroidered wraps that are real masterpieces of woven and embroidered beauty.

The authentic Pashmina shawls come from Nepal, India and Inner Mongolia. The cashmere goats in Nepal are dwindling so Nepal too oftentimes relies on the cashmere raw yarn coming in from Inner Mongolia that rear the cashmere goats in plentiful for this purpose and have a thriving cashmere Industry. Nepal has expertise in this area and the Pashmina Cashmere Industry is struggling to survive. Manufacturers are producing pure cashmere shawls, cashmere silk shawls and many grades of them too. Also these days consumers are sometimes treating Pashmina as a brand name. Women today find the authentic Pashmina expensive - they can afford a few for special occasions but for stocking up in different colors for all the seasons and for gifts they want to buy more affordable shawls. The trend seems to be towards silk blends. The sheen and easy drape are appealing.

The paisley silk pashmina from Scotland became very popular as it was mass produced in this paisley design. This design also called “boteh” design in India that originated from the moghul empire time period in India and at one point these paisley shawls were exclusive and expensive. Today you can get paisley shawls and wraps for any budget high and low as manufacturer’s are making shawls to suit the demand. The Pashmina silk blends which are relatively inexpensive seem to have caught the fancy of women looking for mid - priced shawls.   Now it seems Pashmina has become a household name. Women want inexpensive shawls as the logic behind this is that not every woman can afford a shawl that is pricey especially for daily wear or an informal evening get together. Depending on their budget woman can shop many yarns that are more affordable like satin shawls, lace net wraps, silk shawls, wool shawls in solid and paisley flowery weaves.
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So depending on a consumer’s needs for a casual inexpensive shawl or a special occasion wedding wrap there is so much choice in the worldwide online shawl wrap market. It is consumers that have made manufacturers make all kinds of shawls in soft warmth of Pashm wool for the cold seasons and silk pashmina shawls with sheen for warm seasons especially for evening wear. There are even artificial pashminas available at department stores and at the mall in rayon, bamboo, viscose which are light and like a pashmina but not using the pashm yarn. Some women care to buy authentic pashmina from Nepal, India and Inner Mongolia which are available in USA and worldwide. Other women just want a shawl that gives light coverage with a fine drape and are not particular of the yarn used. Women also love pure silk shawls, lace shawls, velvet wraps, net metallic evening wraps and embellished mesh shawls. The shawl market has handcrafted unique shawls with artistic hand painting and exclusivity. With so much choice women love online shopping for shawls from the comfort of their home with delivery to their door. Shopping at department stores  and malls does get tedious with crowds and long lines especially when shopping for a special event like prom, weddings and the Holidays. So relax and enjoy the wide variety of shawls available online and experience quality customer service.

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