Even though a Pashmina or Cashmere scarf is a timeless ultimate accessory and is primarily draped in a traditional style, there are multiple ways to style it to look trendy and accentuate any outfit. It gives you an edge over others and enhances your product’s luxurious nature. The downy fleece of the capra hircus goats that has often being called the ‘soft gold of Asia’ or the ‘diamond fibre’ is rightly so, because of its great demand and limited supply, truly making it priceless.
Without much ado, here are seven ways to style your cashmere pashmina scarf:
1. Waterfall style
Drape the scarf around your neck, with one end significantly longer than the other. Loop the longer end around your neck one time, and then take the end you used to loop and secure it by the top corner. Fit the top corner into the loop at the side of the neck. When draped properly, the unattached side drapes like a waterfall.
2. Knotted Necklace
Wrap the scarf behind your neck. Take one end and wrap it around your hand. Pull it through to make a loose knot. Take the other scarf end and pull it through the side knot, going under the knot loop and then over. That’s how you get a perfect knotted necklace look! See this aqua cashmere scarf will add elegance to your style.
3. Classic Drape (with Belt)
Sartorially safe for dressier occasions – simply drape the scarf over your neck and the front of your chest. No actual tying happens in this one, so it’s a loose way of wearing a scarf meant more for ornamentation than actual warmth. Drape scarf evenly around neck and let ends fall in front. Add a thin belt to keep scarf in place and show off your waist.
4. The Braid
Fold scarf in half, lengthwise. Drape folded scarf evenly around neck and slide the two ends through the loop created by the fold. Grab loop again and twist to create a second, smaller loop, then slide the ends through that loop, too. Buy this exclusive brown pashmina scarf to match the occasion.
5. The Toss
Drape scarf evenly around neck. Toss one side of scarf across the opposite shoulder so it falls behind you. Don’t overthink this style, it’s meant to be casual. It’s a great way to rock any outfit on a day out!
6. European Loop
Fold scarf in half, lengthwise. Drape folded scarf evenly around neck and slide the two ends through the loop created by the fold. Slide to adjust knot.
7. The Bunny Ear
Wrap your scarf twice around your neck. Then put one end under neat the loop of the wrapped scarf. This way you will have both ends on the same level. Simply tie a knot with the ends and you are ready to go. Look at this burgundy pashmina scarf to feel the exclusiveness.
If you are a fashionista and like to always make a statement, these styles will make you look more edgy. In case you are trying to make that foray into fashion, do not forget to experiment with our styles and fall in love with the products!