Pashmina Scarves & Shawls

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There are people who wear scarves and then there are scarf lovers! It doesn't matter what time of the year it is you'll almost always find a scarf adorning their outfit. At Amiya we're all about quality and unique designs. Our scarves vary in price depending on the quality of the wool used. The most pure scarves are crafted from the finest Pashmina wool. Care instructions come with every purchase so you can enjoy your scarf for many years to come.

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Pashmina scarves and shawls are the perfect gift for yourself or someone else

The Ultimate in Luxury Fabrics

Pashmina is the finest type of cashmere wool that comes from the undercoat of the Pashmina goat (basically, one of four species of domestic wool-bearing goat raised in the Himalayas). They are traditionally hand spun and woven in India, Kashmir and Nepal. Their high cost is related to the rarity of the wool and the superior craftmanship of the products.

Buying the Real Deal

No one wants to purchase a fake Pashmina scarf or shawl. Fortunately, there are a few things that you can look for to ensure that you’re getting the real deal. Firstly, they are not cheap. You should also be able tell by touch and sight, as the wool is very soft and warm. Rest assured that, if our products are advertised as 100% genuine Pashmina, that’s what you’ll get.


Blends are More Affordable

These days, it is not uncommon for Pashmina shawls and scarves to be mixed with less high-grade cashmere, other wools and even silk. These blends are used to make the product more durable, more wearable and more affordable. Amiya offers a range of women’s scarves and shawls that are wool blend, helping you to keep warm at a more affordable price.

Wearing your Shawl or Scarf

There no wrong or right way to wear your stunning Pashmina purchase. It can be twisted, tied, draped or folded depending on the size of your garment, the temperature and the outfit you plan to pair it with. It can even be used to cover your shoulders in situations where modesty is required (a common occurrence when visiting holy places in India).