What is a Pashmina or Cashmere Scarf?
Pashmina is a stole or scarf made from fine and soft cashmere wool. It originates from the Kashmir region of India, but now it is manufactured all over the world. It is usually made from the long, soft, and shiny hair of the pashmina goat. The word "pashmina" comes from Persian and means "wool."
Pashmina can be woven in different designs, patterns, and colours.
What is Pashmina Made of?
The process of making a Cashmere scarf or a Pashmina scarf begins with shearing the goat in early spring when it has a full coat of hair. The wool is then washed, carded, and spun into yarn on a spinning wheel. The yarn is then dyed using natural dyes like indigo or madder root extract before being woven on a loom to create textured patterns in bold colours.
How is Ecogram’s sustainable process different from the tradition cashmere or pashmina process?
We use naturally occurring plant fibre and convert it into viscose fibre. This fibre goes through several mechanical processes of weaving and dyeing in order to have a very similar luxurious touch and hand feel of Cashmere & Pashmina
Why should anyone buy Ecogram’s Women's Scarves & Wraps over others
Ecogram women's Scarves & Wraps are made from naturally occurring Viscose fibre material that is processed in a factory set-up instead of rearing it out of goats. If the entire world starts consuming Cashmere and Pashmina straight from these goats & sheep, sooner or later these species would become endangered to the point of being extinct. Ecogram’s approach to making women's Scarves & Wraps is to be less burden on the planet and much less burden on your pocket.
On What Occasions can one wear a Cashmere scarf or Stole?
These wrapable soft winter Pashmina shawls and wraps for women may be wear as bridesmaids shawl or dress stole or can be used as blanket scarf. This large and long wrap scarf will dress up any outfit for a formal occasion or simply use as a wedding or evening wrap. Great travel accessories for women as a warm scarf during cold months. Perfect for chilly evenings or air-conditioned places when you need a little extra warmth.
What are the sizes available for women's scarves & wraps?
These women's scarves & wraps are super soft and extra-long large with 72 length and 27.5" width + 3.5" fringes. The look of this fabric is quite elegant and dressy. It has a subtle sheen and drapes nicely. The elegant scarf is simple and adaptable. You can tie it in different ways and you can roll it and easily pack in your purse.
On what occasions can Ecogram’s cashmere women's scarves & wraps be used?
These handcrafted soft Luxurious shawls, scarves and wraps for women are excellent gifts ideas for elderly women, for women in their 20s and 30s, anniversary, Holiday gift for women, class reunion, mother's day, Christmas and New year presents. These wrapable soft winter Pashmina shawls and wraps for women may be wear as bridesmaids shawl or dress stole or can be used as blanket scarf.
This large and long wrap scarf will dress up any outfit for a formal occasion or simply use as a wedding or evening wrap. Great travel accessories for women as a warm scarf during cold months. Perfect for chilly evenings or air-conditioned places when you need a little extra warmth.
What are the different colour options available for these women’s
We offer over 30 solid colour scarfs for women and men, such as red scarf, teal scarf, black scarf, navy scarf, blue scarf, green scarf, wine scarf, white scarf, pink scarf, purple scarf, beige scarf and etc. Just choose your favourite ones.
How to wear a pashmina scraf
The pashmina scarf is a versatile piece of clothing that can be worn in many different ways. There are many ways to wear a pashmina scarf:
Around the neck
As a headscarf
As a shawl
As an article of clothing to keep warm and cosy
How to wear a pashmina shawl with a dress
A pashmina shawl is a great accessory to pair with a dress in the winter. It can be worn in many ways, depending on the type of dress and how you want to style it.
The first way is to wear the shawl as a scarf around your neck. This will make your outfit look more formal and chic. The second way is to wrap it around your shoulders like a stole. This will make you look more casual and relaxed. The third way is to wrap it around your waist like an obi belt, which would work well with a midi or maxi dress for an elegant look. The fourth way is to tie it on one shoulder, which would work well with any type of dress for an effortless look. Our Ecogram Pashmina scarfs have been styled in different ways and those stylings are included inside each of our product images.
How to wash pashmina and silk scarf?
Pashminas and silk scarves are delicate materials that need special care. Washing them improperly can cause significant damage to the fabric. Follow these steps to wash your pashmina and silk scarf in a safe manner.
-Fill a sink with cold water
-Soak the scarf or pashmina for about 30 minutes
-Gently squeeze out excess water
-Lay it flat on a towel, then roll up the towel tightly with the scarf inside it and gently squeeze out excess water
-Unroll and lay flat again on a dry towel, reshape, and let air dry
How to wear a pashmina for a wedding?
A pashmina can be worn in many different ways, but it is most commonly worn as an accessory. There are two ways to wear a pashmina: draped over the shoulder or wrapped around the neck. Both ways are appropriate for weddings and other formal events.
How to tie a pashmina around your shoulders.
A pashmina is usually worn by wrapping it around the neck and then tucking one end of the scarf into the other end. This creates a loop that can be draped over one shoulder and then secured by tying it on top of your other shoulder.