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Ways to wear a pashmina

I love pashminas but only ever wear them the “normal” way: over my shoulders like a wrap, round my neck like a standard scarf or as a skirt round my waist.


A simple, yet elegant shrug. Perfect over an evening gown. Wrap over your shoulders, under your arms then tie behind your back


A pretty knot for everyday wear. Tie a knot in one end and lace the other end through the knot.


Wrap around your front and tie a knot behind your neck.


Another round the neck style, wrap the pashmina over your shoulders and twist each end and your flip it over your shoulder


This style takes a bit more effort but shows off the beautiful ends of the pashmina. Gold pashmina in half length ways, then fold the opposite corners into a triangle ish shape. Wrap it round your neck and tie it at the back.


I have done a video for these styles, check it out here:

The pashmina used in these photos and video was from Accessory Insanity. It is of amazing quality and perfect for testing out a whole heap of different styles. Well worth the £8.50, I want them all!

Accessory Insanity also sell amazing bags and purses, which I have fallen in love with:


They also sell hats, leggings, socks and jewellery. Well worth checking out for some funky designs.


*pashmina was provided for the review from Accessory Insanity, but all words and opinions are my own.

Keep Calm and Carry On Linking Sunday

7 thoughts on “Ways to wear a pashmina

  1. I don’t really tend to wear scarves a lot but my daughter loves them is often ‘borrowing’ them off my sister. They both like to try them in all different way and I think she would love to try some of these out! Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next Sunday

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  2. I love the one where you do the triangle fold first!!! I even own a pashmina so I’m going to have to give these a try!! I have only used it over my shoulders and as a scarf in the past. Thanks for sharing 🙂 #KCACOLS

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