How to wear a pashmina wrap

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How to wear a pashmina wrap
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The pashmina scarf is a fabric shawl that is anything but simple. By adding a pashmina scarf to an outfit you can add colour, texture, and interest in a very unique way. You can use a pashmina to transform an unimaginative outfit into an outfit that is eye-catching and attractive. Learn how to wear a pashmina wrap and then add a few pashminas to your wardrobe to increase your clothing options in an interesting way.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Pashmina Wrap

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Wrap the pashmina around your shoulders and tie a simple knot in your centre front. Not only is this a nice and warm accessory, but it can add lovely colour to any outfit.

  2. 2

    Wear the pashmina in a noose wrap. Fold the pashmina in half lengthwise and hold the pashmina with the folded edge facing in toward you. Fold the pashmina again in half width-wise. Take the folded pashmina and wrap it around your neck and bring the ends to your front. One end will be a folded end and the other end will be the two open ends of the pashmina. Pull the two open ends through the folded end and tighten the pashmina to the desired tightness around your neck.

  3. 3

    Tie the pashmina around yourself as a colourful sash. Wrap the pashmina diagonally across your body and tie it loosely down at your side near one of your hips.

  4. 4

    Wear the pashmina as a standard scarf by bringing it around your neck. Tie the pashmina on one shoulder and allow one end to drape down your front and the other end to drape down your back.

Tips and warnings

  • Increase the splash of colour by combining two pashminas and using them together in whatever wrap technique you are using.

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