Commonly misused Pashmina is the traditional name for the very finest grade of cashmere wool. Because of its unique softness and comforting warmth, pashmina is also known as the “diamond fabric” and the “soft gold of high Asia.” Put simply, it is the finest, softest and warmest wool available anywhere.
These 100% Pure cashmere knitted scarves are available in 5 classic colours, very soft and warm, a must for any discerning gentleman’s wardrobe this season.
This stunning garment weighs a significant 230 grams.
These scarves are exclusively produced for Karianne’s Secret. They are handcrafted in Nepal using the hair of the mountain goats found in that region.
Oversized scarves these scarves can be worn loosely over the shoulders or wrapped closely around the neck when the weather is colder.
- Handcrafted by artisans in Kathmandu using traditional methods.
- Made using luxurious 2 ply cashmere for extraordinary comfort, softness, and warmth
- Can be worn all year round.
- Available in 55 colours to suit all tastes and occasions.
One size, 200cm x 70cm approximately.
WHY BUY A CASHMERE SCARF
This luxurious 100 % cashmere scarf is so soft on the skin and lightweight for a comfort, unlike standard woollen products it is unlikely to irritate your skin. With proper care, this cashmere scarf will last longer than standard woollen or acrylic shawls. The thin yet super warm fabric will keep you warm through the year.
CLEANING YOUR CASHMERE
Your cashmere needs to be cared for correctly and we recommend dry cleaning.
If you prefer to wash your shawl at home, please do so by hand with a mild detergent in lukewarm water.
- Do not wring because the scarf will lose its original shape.
- Do not spin dry.
- To remove the excess water, lay your scarf on top of a towel and roll into a tube shape. Press down gently to let the towel soak up the excess water from the scarf.
- Finish drying by laying flat on an even surface, a garment steamer can be used to gently press out any wrinkles.
- Do not hang out to dry or your scaef will stretch and lose its shape.
- Ironing should not be necessary but if needed always iron at low temperature with a barrier cloth