Why women love wearing pashminas

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You are giving an important presentation today. Somehow, you have overslept.  You realize not picking your outfit the night before was a mistake, but by that point it is too late. You throw on your black dressy pants and white shirt and drape the most gorgeous pashmina over your shoulders.

So, what is this magical pashmina? A pashmina is a huge, rectangular shawl made of cashmere wool blended with silk. The wool comes from goats from the Kashmir region in Pakistan and India, however the pashmina shawls we see today are mostly made in Nepal. There has been a boom in popularity ever since celebrities such as Kate Moss and Nicole Kidman started wearing them in the 90s. Nowadays, they are made in a huge variety of styles and colors. And contrary to what you may think, they are not that expensive. Pashmina shawls and scarves in several colors at their online store http://khyberbazaar.com

Pashminas are the softest shawls ever. They are an essential item for your wardrobe and owning several will prove to be an excellent idea as they are super comfortable and versatile. You can wear them as a neck or head scarf, simply wrapped or draped over your shoulders, they can even replace your belt. They have become statement pieces andnot only will they make you look stylish and sophisticated, but keep you warm as well. Women have grown to love them so much, that they have become a staple piece in any wardrobe.

Fashion trends have come and gone over the years. But, the pashmina trend is here to stay. So, what are you waiting for? Find your pashmina style and start wearing it today. You will not regret it.

 

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