PASHMINA SUITS- A MUST HAVE WINTER STAPLE

PASHMINA SUITS- A MUST HAVE WINTER STAPLE

The very mention of Pashmina brings about vivid images of luxury, royalty and elegance. Pashmina has been for the longest time, a symbol of class and wealth. Its a very fine wool that is exclusive and also very rich looking. Pashmina is used to make some of the finest scarves, stoles, shawls and suits in India. Women who love affluent and evergreen fashion are sure shot fans of Pashmina. Pashmina suits not only look distinctively classy but are also a wonderful light weight winter wear option rather than bulky layers of clothing.

MEANING

Pashmina (also known as Pashm) is a fine cashmere wool, coming from Kashmir in India and some parts of Nepal. The word ‘Pashmina’ comes from the Persian word ‘Pashmineh’ which means ‘made from Pashm’, and Pash means wool in Persian. The Iranians, who came to Kashmir via the Ladakh route, gave the fabric its name, ‘Pashmina’.

ORIGIN

The Pashmina wool comes from either a Changthangi goat or a Pashmina goat which are special breed of goats indigenous to the high altitude regions of Nepal and India. The famous Pashmina shawls and suits are made from this fine fiber.

RAGE OF PASHMINA SUITS

Come winter and you will find the markets flooded with all sorts of Pashmina products. Pashmina suits are a wonderful winter wear option that provide both fashion and comfort. These stunning woolen suits give enough warmth and instantly add a certain class to your look. With the Kashmiri craftsmen lending their amazing skills on Pashmina with some breathtaking Kashida, Aari Work, Mughal Jamawar, Tilla Work etc, these suits are a riche experience in themselves.

STYLING THE PASHMINA SUITS

Pashmina suits are a magnificent and timeless Indian wear option for all age groups. It just depends on how you style it. Flaunt your gorgeous Pashmina suits with some accessories to give a more appealing look. You can try layering your suits with some beautiful CAPES and STOLES to add a more contemporary touch. Earrings and danglers also complement this look beautifully.

CARING FOR YOUR PASHMINA

Your Pashmina can last for years if taken proper care. It gets softer and more luxurious with each wash. The Pashmina fabric should preferably be dry cleaned.  You can gently hand wash it occasionally with a woolen fabric detergent. Hand washing a new Pashmina is recommended to make sure that the natural vegetable dyes do not bleed any color. After washing a Pashmina item, it should simply be left on a flat surface to dry.

 

PASHMINA LOVE ON PEACHMODE

Peachmode has a beautiful collection of Pashmina blend suits that will surely blow your mind away. From the  plain to checkered, striped or embroidered using Kani or Jamawar art, the entire collection is worth a glimpse! Available in some beautiful colors and patterns, these suits will surely make you stand out from the crowd. Head over to our website and get your favorite Pashmina suits at some attractive prices.

The very mention of Pashmina brings about vivid images of luxury, royalty and elegance. Pashmina has been for the longest time, a symbol of class and wealth. Its a very fine wool that is exclusive and also very rich looking. Pashmina is used to make some of the finest scarves, stoles, shawls and suits in India. Women who love affluent and evergreen fashion are sure shot fans of Pashmina. Pashmina suits not only look distinctively classy but are also a wonderful light weight winter wear option rather than bulky layers of clothing.

MEANING

Pashmina (also known as Pashm) is a fine cashmere wool, coming from Kashmir in India and some parts of Nepal. The word ‘Pashmina’ comes from the Persian word ‘Pashmineh’ which means ‘made from Pashm’, and Pash means wool in Persian. The Iranians, who came to Kashmir via the Ladakh route, gave the fabric its name, ‘Pashmina’.

ORIGIN

The Pashmina wool comes from either a Changthangi goat or a Pashmina goat which are special breed of goats indigenous to the high altitude regions of Nepal and India. The famous Pashmina shawls and suits are made from this fine fiber.

RAGE OF PASHMINA SUITS

Come winter and you will find the markets flooded with all sorts of Pashmina products. Pashmina suits are a wonderful winter wear option that provide both fashion and comfort. These stunning woolen suits give enough warmth and instantly add a certain class to your look. With the Kashmiri craftsmen lending their amazing skills on Pashmina with some breathtaking Kashida, Aari Work, Mughal Jamawar, Tilla Work etc, these suits are a riche experience in themselves.

STYLING THE PASHMINA SUITS

Pashmina suits are a magnificent and timeless Indian wear option for all age groups. It just depends on how you style it. Flaunt your gorgeous Pashmina suits with some accessories to give a more appealing look. You can try layering your suits with some beautiful CAPES and STOLES to add a more contemporary touch. Earrings and danglers also complement this look beautifully.

CARING FOR YOUR PASHMINA

Your Pashmina can last for years if taken proper care. It gets softer and more luxurious with each wash. The Pashmina fabric should preferably be dry cleaned.  You can gently hand wash it occasionally with a woolen fabric detergent. Hand washing a new Pashmina is recommended to make sure that the natural vegetable dyes do not bleed any color. After washing a Pashmina item, it should simply be left on a flat surface to dry.

 

PASHMINA LOVE ON PEACHMODE

Peachmode has a beautiful collection of Pashmina blend suits that will surely blow your mind away. From the  plain to checkered, striped or embroidered using Kani or Jamawar art, the entire collection is worth a glimpse! Available in some beautiful colors and patterns, these suits will surely make you stand out from the crowd. Head over to our website and get your favorite Pashmina suits at some attractive prices.

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