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The Many Uses of a Pashmina Scarf

For those unfamiliar with a Pashmina scarf, let me explain. The word pashmina refers to the type of wool used to make the material. The wool is developed from a special breed of Himalaya goat called a changthangi. Pashmina wool is hand spun and embroidered in Kashmir, hence the cashmere trait.

Most of us see pashmina scarves worn by women to keep their neck or face warm during the colder months. But, pashminas can be used for much more than just warmth.

Add color

Spice up a basic black or white shirt by adding a beautifully woven cashmere pashmina. You can drape the scarf around your neck or roll in up through your belt loops for a fancy and colorful belt. Scarves make a bland shirt or dress transform into multiple vibrant outfits.

Hide bare arms

Most bridesmaid or wedding attire dresses are sleeveless. If you are self conscious of your arms or have not been able to get that summer glow you wished you had, a pashmina scarf is a great way to elegantly cover up. Use the scarf as an evening wrap any time of the year.

Relax at the park or beach

Pashmina scarves come in all sizes. Larger versions make great blankets for a picnic at the park or catching some rays at the beach. They can be draped over a beach chair or laid directly on the sand and grass. They are a fashionable alternative to your everyday quilt or beach blanket.

Decorate the room

Pashminas make great decoration pieces. Use them as throws for a chair or ottoman. If you have a neutral color scheme, the pashmina throw adds an accent color that can be easily changed. You can also lay them over a coffee table as a tablecloth or place them in the center of a dining table, with a candle or flowers, as a centerpiece.

Wrap a gift

Using a pashmina scarf to wrap a present for a friend or loved one not only creates a beautiful wrapping but they also get to keep the scarf as a gift! This is a great idea if you buy a small candle or knickknack for a bridesmaid gift. The pashmina scarf wrapping becomes part of the presentation and can be used by the bridesmaids on your wedding day too.

Swaddle a baby

Pashmina scarves are so soft that they can be used as a stylish baby blanket. The size makes them great for swaddling too!

As you can see, pashminas are much more them a scarf for the winter months. So, the next time you start packing up your cold weather gear for the summer months, remember to keep your pashminas around!

Source by Julie Pitts

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