Winter is gearing up in
and thus it was my inner urge to come back to this overwhelming blogging world
with a post related to winter season. There are many winter staples, but when I
checked into my wardrobe today morning, what i found is Pashmina Shawl which
compelled me to make a post about it. I have some Pashmina Shawl and Scarves
(not a Collection though); all made in Nepal.
Pashmina : A Noted Regal Choice
Nepalese Pashmina is popular worldwide for the weave of the material, quality of the edging and versatility it offers. A Pashmina can transform a simple dress and even a saree into a Head Turner one. Not to mention, a well worn Pashmina always gives a regal look.
Late Queen Aishwarya Rajya Laxmi Shah used to wear Pashmina with saree in her formal outings.
Queen Elizabeth in her embellished Pashmina Shawl
Queen Sophia of Spain in her Pashmina as a Wrap
Duchess of Cambridge Katherine Middleton in Pashmina
Mrs. Brown in Pashmina with a Dress
celebrities using Pashmina Shawl in casual wear
Cameron Diaz in Pashmina with Summer dress
How to wear Pashmina Shawl
I don't think anyone can escape from the charm and elegance of the Pashmina. This post is all about How to wear a Pashmina Shawl. And it doesn't have to be complicated. Half the elegance of a Pashmina shawl is its simplicity – the drape of the fabric and the feel of pure cashmere scarf against your skin. With the right Pashmina scarf all you have to do is let it’s natural beauty shine through.
There are several ways to wear a Pashmina so you can choose a style to suit any mood or venue, from simple looks you can throw on as you’re heading out of the house to spice up a casual pair of jeans and a t-shirt, to more flamboyant styles that you can wear with an evening dress for any special occasion.
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