March 5, 2017

Pashmina wear

PASHMINA is the finest cashmere wool in the world. It comes from the ibex that lives 10,000 feet and higher in the high altitude of the Himalayan Mountains. In winter, to protect themselves from the extreme cold, these animals grow an ultra-fine inner layer of down which is called PASHMINA. In spring, these animals rub their bellies on shrubs and this down is collected and spun into the fine PASHMINA yarn that is woven into luxurious shawls.

Once woven, each peace is individually hand dyed. The result is a delicate, vibrant shawl that is becoming an essential in your wardrobe or an accessory to your home. The quality, durability and suppleness or Pashmina is unparalleled by any other wool in the world.


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