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THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CASHMERE SHAWLS

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THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CASHMERE SHAWLS

SINGLE AND MULTI-PLY SHAWLS

Single or multi-ply refers to the different thicknesses of yarn. Single-ply is the finest and most delicate weave, and this is the fabric used for ring shawls. A two-ply yarn is obtained by doubling the layer buy twisting two threads of yarn together, a three-ply by tripling it, etc. Less plies gives a lighter, finer quality of shawl and more plies will make it warmer and more resilient. In general, two-ply yarn is considered quite popular as the structure is still fine, yet a bit more durable than single-ply.

 

 SILK BLENDED SHAWLS

Cashmere-silk blended shawls are also quite popular. The standard proportion is 70% cashmere pashmina and 30% silk. The warmth and softness of the cashmere combined with silk, gives a denser, stronger, shinier shawl with an elegant luster to it. The silk blends are a bit heavier and less warm than the pure cashmere, but more durable and lustrous.

 

 HOW TO WEAR YOUR SHAWL?

Style is something that creates a personal statement and makes you stand out from the crowd. There are no rights or wrongs on how to wear a cashmere pashmina shawl, only your imagination sets the limits. You can be creative in draping, hanging, winding and wrapping your shawl in a variety of ways. Be unique and add style to your casual outfit by complimenting it with a chic, colorful, trendy shawl or scarf. Or bring a touch of glamour to your evening wear and accessorize it by wrapping yourself in the luxury of pure pashmina.

 

 CAN YOU WASH YOUR CASHMERE SHAWL?

You can either wash or dry-clean your shawl. In general, dry-cleaning is recommended as the safest method. Yet, it is perfectly all right to hand-wash your shawl in cold water, using a mild wool detergent. Let it soak for a couple of minutes, where after gently rinsing out the soap in plenty of cold water. Avoid any rubbing or stretching during washing process. For drying, do not wring shawl to release water, but pad it gently with a towel to soak up the excess water, where after putting it flat on a towel to air dry.

We do not recommend ironing your cashmere pashmina products.

 

 CHYANGRA PASHMINA TRADEMARK

Chyangra Pashmina is internationally recognized as cashmere of the highest grade. Chyangra Pashmina is a protected trademark, registered in over fourty countriesworldwide. It guarantiesthat a product is made in Nepal and manufactured purely from superior quality cashmere wool from Himalayan Chyangra goats. The Chyangra Pashmina label furthermore ensures that the entire production process is subject to strict quality control, without the use of child labor and adhering to environmental friendly standards

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