Pashmina Red Brick
Envelop yourself in luxury with the combination of silk and pashmina in this women's shawl scarf. The oversized measurements of this scarf makes it ideal for use as a shawl to keep your back and shoulders warm. Fringe on the edges give this scarf a classic look that pairs easily with both business and nighttime attire.
- Approx. 78" with fringes (72" + 3" fringes each side) / width Approx. 27". It's soft, medium weight, and has a subtle sheen. Drapes nicely. Rolls up and fits in your purse easily, making it a great versatile fashion accessory.
- Available in a variety of beautiful colours. Great gift idea!
- 70% Pashmina wool blend and 30% silk
Wearing a Pashmina:
Wear Your Pashmina As a Shawl
When it gets a little chilly, drape your pashmina around your shoulders. You can let the ends hang loosely in front of you or throw one end over the opposite shoulder.
Make a Full Shawl Wrap
Drape the pashmina around you, like a shawl, and then tie the ends in front of your chest. This style keeps the shawl from falling off your shoulders.
Wear Your Pashmina the European Way
Fold the pashmina in half and drape it around your neck. Bring the loose ends through the loop at the other end and pull them through for a snug fit. Leave the ends hanging in front of you or tuck them into your coat.
Make an Artistic Knot
Slide the wrap around your neck and make both sides equal length. Tie a loose knot in the middle of the right side and pass the left side through it. Tighten the knot.
Wear Your Pashmina As a Head Scarf
Place it over your head and either knot the ends at the nape of your neck or let the loose pieces drape around your neck and shoulders. If you don’t feel comfortable pulling off such a dramatic look, fold the pashmina shawl in half and wear it more as a head band, allowing your hair to flow beneath it.
Create a Shorter Scarf
Crease and fold the pashmina lengthwise three or four times. Wrap it around your neck once or twice and let the ends hang down. You can also tie the ends together for added security.
Dress Up Your Coat
Fold the fabric four times lengthwise and drape it around your shoulders under the collar of your coat. If you are not wearing a coat, you can leave the ends hanging in front of you or toss one end over your shoulder.
Slip On A Sarong
Wrap the scarf around your waist and tie the ends together at the hip. Wear this sarong over fitted pants, a skirt or a dress.