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Pashmina originally referred to a type of fine cashmere goat wool from South Asia, but today the term commonly refers to a type of scarf that produced from the material. More expensive scarfs still often employ pashmina material, though usually a blend, but many cheaper designs are made from other types of wool or silk.


These fashionable scarfs are known for their warmth and softness. Accessorise any outfit with a stylish and practical pashmina.