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Why A Pashmina Scarf Is So Special….
A Pashmina shawl is not your everyday kind of shawl you wear in downtown Corfe Castle
A pashmina (sometimes mistakenly spelt pashmena) is a fashion accessory that can compliment whichever look you have chosen to go out with. In addition to this, the Pashmina scarf is a fashion accessory that can be worn or used by men and women from all age groups. By stating this, it is imperative that one notes this shawl turn worn outlook into a lively and trendy look.
One of the significant uses and advantages of the Pashmina neckwear is that it is used to keep one warm. The pashmina neckwear has been made of a fabric that easily encompasses the heat of one’s body.
The name Pashmina is as of a result of warm, soft and fine cashmere that has been used to weave the shawl.
Among its numerous uses, the wrap can be tied to one’s handbag which will play a significant role in giving one a trend setting look they look for. Of course traditionally the wrap is worn around the neck as a wrap. All one needs to ensure they look fantastic when doing so do is co-ordinate it with a good pair of jeans or any dress.
For those that may not have an idea on what present to buy for their mothers, aunties, sisters or grandmothers for Christmas (or any other occasion), a pashmina wrap is a sensational gift.
Those that are not familiar with their origin, the shawl from www.scarfandscarves.com are made in Thailand.
Caring for your pashmina shawl
Caring for one’s Pashmina scarf is vital as it will play a huge role in ensuring that your wrap looks great for a long time.
Due to the materials that have been used to make it, you should ensure that it is:
- washed separately from other colored clothes using hair shampoo in a lukewarm water;
- avoid using damaging chemicals such as bleach;
- allow the item to dry flat away from sunlight;
- press the item with moist cloth or fabric; and
- twisting the Pashmina shawl can ruin its shape, thus remove excess water after washing by gently squeezing it.
The Authenticity Of the Pashmina Scarf
A number of people are buying fake Pashmina wraps of which they are duped that they are the legit merchandise they say to be. Be very cautious when purchasing.
An original Pashmina shawl feels velvety to the touch, and the label on them should indicate that they have been made by 70% or more cashmere.
Pashmina shawls tend to be a bit more expensive than one otherwraps on the market.
Shawl to Shawls are a family owned & operated pashmina wholesale company from Thailand, who deals in authentic Thai silk scarves, pashminas and shawls. All of our products are available at realistically affordable prices since the online environment allows our business to directly sell our products without a go-between.
Our Scarf to Scarves website offers you a variety of styles and colors to choose from. Our Corfe Castle shipping prices do not differ whether you are purchasing one or dozen wraps.
Use this advantage to buy online a pashmina wrap for each member of your family since Thai pashminas act as excellent surprises. Our deliveries are done within 10-14 working days with parcels delivered to your Corfe Castle doorstep. Now you do not have to go out to big department stores and buy their over-priced products.
With all the information provided,
- why not buy yourself & self-indulge in a scarf or shawl today?
- why not celebrate the world endlessly with any of our products that will make your friends and passers-by envious?
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Corfe Castle is a fortification standing above the village of the same name on the Isle of Purbeck in the English county of Dorset. Built by William the Conqueror, the castle dates to the 11th century and commands a gap in the Purbeck Hills on the route between Wareham and Swanage. The first phase was one of the earliest castles in England to be built at least partly using stone when the majority were built with earth and timber. Corfe Castle underwent major structural changes in the 12th and 13th centuries.
In 1572, Corfe Castle left the Crown’s control when Elizabeth I sold it to Sir Christopher Hatton. Sir John Bankes bought the castle in 1635, and was the owner during the English Civil War. His wife, Lady Mary Bankes, led the defence of the castle when it was twice besieged by Parliamentarian forces. The first siege, in 1643, was unsuccessful, but by 1645 Corfe was one of the last remaining royalist strongholds in southern England and fell to a siege ending in an assault. In March that year Corfe Castle was slighted on Parliament’s orders. Owned by the National Trust, the castle is open to the public and in 2017 received around 247,000 visitors. It is protected as a Grade I listed building and a Scheduled Ancient Monument.