Pashmina Shawls for stylish look

Pashmina shawls are manufactured from a special type of wools that comes from the inner wool of a special breed of goat found in Himalaya. There are a few people who believe that as it comes from goat wools it is supposed to be very rough. But the truth is that the shawls are so well weave that they give the soft and silky feel of linen. Anybody who doesn’t have a clear idea of pashmina and cashmere often confuses theses two types of shawls. A lot of people used to interchange the two names, but the basic difference is …

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Beauty of Afghan Pashmina Shawls

Afghan pashmina shawls, the most popular shawl in the world, are known for their softness and warmth. The word pashmina come form the Persian word “pashm” means soft and silk. Therefore the name itself represents the quality and coziness of the product. Pashmina is basically a fiber mostly found in the middle- east and central Asia made from a special breed of goat, originates in the high altitude of the Himalayas, named Changthangi or Pashmina goat, which sheds approximately 3-6 ounce of pashmina fibers each. Pashmina fibers are much softer, finer and thinner which gives the light weighted appearance to the product. …

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