Cashmere Pashmina

Today, Cashmere Pashmina is an essential and almost mandatory component of every woman’s wardrobe. Regarded as priceless and treasured by its possessors, it has crept into fashion magazines and grabbed the attention of all designers. So, what is Cashmere Pashmina?

Also known as the ‘diamond fiber’ and ‘the soft gold of high Asia’, Cashmere Pashmina is the finest cashmere ever known to the world.

Woven from the fine fleece of the goat Capra hircus, Cashmere Pashmina is suitable for all climates and can be draped for any occasion. The Capra hircus goats live at more than 10,000 ft and hence, the fleece obtained by shearing them is wonderfully warm in chilly conditions. However, this does not mean that Cashmere Pashmina can only be used in winter; it can be used at any time of the year.

 

Cashmere Pashmina is believed to be six times finer than the human hair, a property which makes it the finest wool in the world. Due to its delicateness, it is always hand-woven by the skilled craftsmen and women who take hours in creating a masterpiece for us. Nevertheless once completed and coloured, Cashmere Pashmina is tough and long-lasting.

Cashmere Pashmina is used in making different products such as Pashmina shawls, Pashmina scarves, Pashmina silk, and many more. While the Cashmere Pashmina shawl is beautiful and can be draped to any event, the true beauty of the Cashmere Pashmina is exuberated by the Pashmina silk shawls, which come in pastel as well as rich colours. Interwoven with fine silk, Cashmere Pashmina silk shawls are the perfect wear with an evening gown for any party, be it an ordinary or special party.

Often worn and draped by royalties in the past, Cashmere Pashmina is wonderfully soft and incredibly beautiful. It exudes luxury, royalty, style, glamour, as well as beauty. Fashionable and stylish, Cashmere Pashmina should be a part of every woman’s wardrobe. Rest assured, it will add an aura of beauty and glamour around you!

 

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