Patterned Silver Blue Pashmina
Patterned Silvery Blue Pashmina
This light and soft Patterned Silvery Blue Pashmina, look great draped loosely around your neck or body, and gives you endless looks and styles.
This Silver Blue Pashmina is light and breathable, and is a sensational addition to your wardrobe, giving you relaxed look any time of year.
Silvery Blue Pashmina
A silvery blue pashmina shawl is a sensational addition to any woman’s wardrobe because it can give you a relaxed yet sophisticated look all year round.
The word ‘pashmina’ translates to “soft gold” in Kashmiri and wearing it for the first time feels like a loving paternal embrace.
The combination of the suppleness and luster of this rare type of Thai silk in our silvery blue pashmina shawl will make you feel like you have risen into a heavenly kingdom of fashion and comfort.
And the ideal part is that there is no limit to the way you can wear your new patterned silvery blue pashmina shawl because you can tie it in a number of different knots to accentuate the various parts of your body or personality.
The fancy floral pattern of the silvery blue pashmina shawl makes arranging it in a ‘layered’ or ‘four-in-hand’ knot and tucking it into your jacket a trendy way to fend off the biting winds.
But because your new silvery blue pashmina shawl is very breathable, it is also a fantastic way to add an artistic and fashionable edge to a simple ensemble of blouse and jeans with a ‘double knot wrap’ or ‘twisty shawl loop’ knot.
This pashmina shawl looks great draped over your shoulders and allowed to wave in the wind behind you.
No matter how you decide to wear this shawl, there is no better place to get a Thai silk shawl, like our floral patterned silvery blue pashmina, than from the reliable family wholesaler of shawltoshawls.com.
It will make you the talk of the town because of its utter lissomness and you might even feel like you are in a one-woman fashion show constantly answering the question where did you get that scarf? Then you can tell them, “direct from Thailand” and watch them be overcome by a wave of covetousness.