Bridal Shower – Time to Gift the Special Girl’s Gang a Perfect Wedding Pashmina

Pink wedding shawls

According to USA Wedding statistics’ 2017 Report – bridal shower party has become a matter of social etiquette with close to 55-60% brides opting for it on a regular basis.

Now, how about using this occasion of bridal shower to plan the accessories for next day’s wedding? Cannot comprehend?

Well, a bridal shower is an ideal time to gift the special girl’s gang a perfect wedding shawl!

Now, with this last moment party in tow, it is natural to have queries. How can one choose shawls? Is the gift good enough? What if there is a color mismatch?

To get answers for all these queries, you will just have to scroll down and check out the details given.

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Allure of the Pashmina Shawl Makes It the New Enchantress of 2018!

elegant pashmina shawl

The lure of pashmina continues till date! You know why? Because, prized for its exquisiteness and soft fabric nature, it becomes every woman’s desired garment.

Pashminas portray a legacy which no other fashion accessory can perhaps carry with so much royal demeanour. In fact, the pashmina shawl actually connotes “soft gold” in Kashmir. Vogue calls it “Pashy” and declared it as a bewitching item of cloth by the late 90’s.

Moreover, if you must know; pashminas constitute major cog of some of the world’s poorest economy. History says that shawls were the pride of Marie Antoinette, the French Empress who sported this artistic master craft throughout her reign. Let your doubt go away and your fashion savvy mind get chastened.

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Isn’t That Pashmina Wrap Still in Place?

man wearing apashmina wrap

A pashmina can often throw a tantrum by constantly slipping off your shoulders and letting all the style vanish in a poof! Such a silky soft item highlights any mundane look and gives a new attitude to every woman. So, you need to find out a way where sporting a pashmina wrap won’t be so much of a problem while you whisk away in your daily chores.

[Note: Pashminas have a royal history coming from the Persian word “pashm” and made from the skin of Chyangra Goat grazing in Himalayan mountain valleys. They speak of super finesse and vibrant colour shades matching every occasion.]

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