Pashmina is a hot favorite fabric worldwide. You’re a true fashionista if you believe nothing can go wrong if you’re adorning a cashmere pashmina for the day.
Finest Pashmina also believe in pashmina as much as you and I do. They make them from the exquisite cashmere and merino wool, as well as from polyester and viscose so that you get a wide range of price choices too.
You love pashmina because it’s lightweight, right? It also gives you the soft velvety feel when it touches your skin and that aesthetic touch makes you go back to it.
But do you wear it only in winters? I hope not! Since you can layer a cashmere pashmina wrap with shorts and skirts, you must ensure that you do justice to that fine cashmere wool.
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A pashmina scarf in recent times has become one of the biggest fashion needs! Having the capacity to wear it with all attires, it truly makes a fashionable stance. However, speaking on general tone, and for a layman, fashion in itself can be quite a mixed aspect. Since, both scarves and pashminas are used for covering up your shoulders; a major issue arises as to what is the difference between scarf and pashmina!
How to differentiate between a pashmina scarf and pashmina?
As per latest fashion norms, a scarf is a wrap around made of a certain fabric and is worn around the shoulders for a variety of reasons ranging from protection to religious norms. It can be made of a variety of products, ranging from fabrics, to wool.
In stark comparison to that, pashmina, is technically a type of ‘wool’ or silky ‘pashm’ that is derived from the underbelly of Himalayan goats found in the Tibet region. This silk, provides the best quality products and pashmina wrap is a product created out of this silk.
However, there may arise questions whether pashmina is the material from which scarf is woven? Time to unravel fashion stances!
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