This is a georgeous pashmina scarf. What better idea than a luscious pashmina to wrap yourself in this luxuriously soft pashmina shawl / scarf. This pashmina scarf is reversible, so flip it to the other side and you have a new scarf.
The darling of the fashion crowd is luxurious and practical. It’s lightweight but warm. It’s great to wear as an evening wrap with a dress or very casually with jeans.
Pashmina is cashmere. Although it is a specific cashmere, one that is considered the best cashmere in the world. Pashmina comes from the underbelly of a specific goat called Capra hircus. It lives in the Himalayas, at an altitude of about 14,000 feet. Hardy little beasts, they survive cruelly cold months by growing thick coats of hair and very thin inner coats of hair. That inner coat is pashmina. One goat produces a scant 80 to 100 grams of wool fiber annually, and it takes the annual growth of three goats to weave one shawl.