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Hard as it may be to believe, the incredibly soft and versatile fabric of the highly desirable pashmina scarves and shawls comes from combing the fine wool found on the Kashmir goat’s underbelly. The ability of these accessories to meet the demands of everything from casual daytime clothing to sophisticated evening wear makes them a must-have for your closet.
While individuals still dispute the origin of the phrase “Clothes maketh the man,” no doubt remains that how we appear does create an impression. When women of virtually the same background and economic status dress differently, individuals will perceive them in different lights according to their appearance. One may simply look the stereotype female while another will be labeled a “real lady.”
Our closets are full of clothes. Some are strictly seasonal. Rarely do we have outfits or even accessories that we see as wearable for the entire year. In fact, some, after worn and stored away, are no longer in fashion. Only a very few items remain forever in season. They are classics you can wear all-year round. They never date. A perfect example is the pashmina.
Soft, luxurious, sensuous, warm and elegantly stylish pashmina scarves and shawls have become virtually indispensable for almost every woman. The variety of shades, styles and patterns are capable of catering to the taste of every female from traditional to modern. They are suitable to every event and wearable no matter what the time of day, always adding a breath of fashion, classiness, color and attention to any garment.
It is common to misunderstand some statements of fashion. This is certainly true of the Goth look. Many individuals focus on the overall appearance of black: makeup, hair, clothing. These characteristics are often interpreted as being both threatening and unfeminine. Both assumptions are fallacies. Goth is a very feminine style suitable to woman of all body shapes and types.
Ah summer!!! It is time to think of tossing aside those bulky layers of layer-upon-layer of woolen clothing for the lightness of a summer wardrobe. Women look ahead to those warm summer days and nights. It is time to rejoice in the feminine, to reveal a little flesh and rediscover what is truly under all those winter wrappings. It is truly a liberating sensation and one totally feminine to flash a little skin – particularly after being buried alive for what seemed forever.
Spending the money on a really spectacular and lavish accessory is making an investment. This is particularly true when we purchase a pashmina or cashmere scarf or shawl. This is not a one-off. We want it to last a lifetime. It becomes an integral part of our wardrobe, making an appearance time and time again at special functions, on regular outings and even in the workplace. If we want them and us to look great, we need to take care of them.
What color is more feminine than pink? Sometimes, fashion has ignored it or women discarded it as being contra productive to their need to compete against the male sex. Yet, time-and-time again, pink has made its way back into popularity. It is a rare closet indeed that does not contain something pink whether it be pastel or hot.
In order to obtain the softest of textures to the manufacture of jackets, sweaters and coats, producers have mixed cashmere with ordinary wool. The addition of cashmere has resulted in these products demanding and obtaining a higher price. Yet, the cost of a completely pure cashmere garment was even more costly, placing it out of reach of the average person. While a sale might make a simple cashmere scarf affordable, generally, only the wealthy could afford to wear actual cashmere.
Since the mid 1990s, a craze for pashmina scarves and shawls has been part of the fashion world. Although the fine and high quality product has been produced by hand harvested and spun wool for centuries, the product did not receive much notice by fashion aware women until that decade. The fad resulted in the availability of the product depleted by the sudden and strong demand. Prices soared and quality plummeted as lower quality products were sold as being pashmina. In fact, today, many products sold as pashmina still contain a blend of either cashmere or pashmina wool (70%) and silk (30%) or even the two in equal parts. It is not uncommon for normal wool to replace or be added to that of the Kashmir goats. Unfortunately, some sellers still retail these inferior scarves and shawls at the same price of the “real deal”.
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