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Sila Pashmina Stole

1 review
Rs. 13,900
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Zale Pashmina Stole

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Rs. 12,900
Winter Pasham Pashmina StolesWinter Pasham Pashmina Stoles

Pasham Pashmina Stole

2 reviews
Rs. 9,900
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Kashmir Pashmina Stoles

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Rs. 13,900
Winter Galad Pashmina StolesWinter Galad Pashmina Stoles
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Galad Pashmina Stole

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Rs. 13,900
Winter Shannah Pashmina StolesWinter Shannah Pashmina Stoles

Shannah Pashmina Stole

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Rs. 13,900
Winter Elira Pashmina StolesWinter Elira Pashmina Stoles

Elira Pashmina Stole

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Rs. 11,900
Winter Aurelia Pashmina StolesWinter Aurelia Pashmina Stoles

Aurelia Pashmina Stole

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Rs. 9,900
Winter Evenfall Pashmina StolesWinter Evenfall Pashmina Stoles

Evenfall Pashmina

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Rs. 9,900
Winter Agersia Pashmina StolesWinter Agersia Pashmina Stoles

Agersia Pashmina Stole

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Rs. 11,900
Winter Fordgo Pashmina StolesWinter Fordgo Pashmina Stoles

Fordgo Pashmina Stole

1 review
Rs. 7,999
Winter Hermes Pashmina ShawlWinter Hermes Pashmina Shawl
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Hermes Pashmina Shawl

1 review
Rs. 9,999
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Maeve Pashmina Stole

1 review
Rs. 14,375

Pashmina Shawls: Luxurious Wraps for Every Occasion

 

Embrace the elegance and warmth of pashmina shawls, the epitome of luxury and comfort. Handcrafted from the finest pashmina fibres, these exquisite garments are renowned for their softness, lightness, and luxurious drape. Indulge in the timeless beauty of a pashmina shawl and experience the epitome of sartorial luxury.

 

Unveiling the Essence of Pashmina

 

Step into a world of refined style with Veaves' stoles for men, designed to elevate your everyday ensembles. Our stoles are not just accessories but also expressions of your personality and sartorial finesse. Whether you're gracing a formal occasion or adding a touch of sophistication to your casual attire, our stoles will effortlessly transform your look. Drape one over your shoulders to add a touch of warmth and elegance to your winter attire, or pair it with a summer kurta for a look that exudes timeless charm. Originating from the high altitudes of the Himalayas, pashmina wool is revered for its exceptional softness and warmth. Derived from the Changthangi goat, this precious fibre undergoes a meticulous process of hand-spinning and weaving, transforming it into sumptuous pashmina shawls. Each shawl embodies the rich heritage and craftsmanship that has been passed down through generations.

 

A Touch of Luxury for Every Occasion

 

Whether gracing a formal evening or adding a touch of elegance to everyday attire, pashmina shawls seamlessly elevate your style. Drape yourself in the luxurious softness as you attend a special occasion, or add a touch of warmth on a chilly evening. The versatility of pashmina shawls knows no bounds, making them an indispensable addition to your wardrobe.

 

A Timeless Treasure to Cherish

 

Invest in the timeless elegance of a pashmina shawl and discover a treasure to cherish for years to come. These exquisite wraps are not merely garments; they are heirlooms imbued with tradition and craftsmanship. Pass down your pashmina shawl through generations, allowing its legacy of luxury and warmth to continue.

FAQs

What is so special about the Pashmina shawl?

A pashmina shawl is a luxurious and beautiful piece of clothing that is cherished for its exquisite softness, warmth, and lightweight drape. It is often considered a symbol of elegance and refinement, adding a touch of timeless sophistication to any outfit.

 

Why is Pashmina so expensive?

The high price of pashmina shawls is attributed to the rarity of the fibre, the intricate craftsmanship involved in its production, and its enduring popularity.

 

What is a Pashmina shawl made of?

. Pashmina shawls are crafted from the fine undercoat fleece of the Changthangi goat, a breed native to the high altitudes of the Himalayas. This precious fibre, known as pashmina or cashmere, is renowned for its exceptional softness, warmth, and lightweight feel.

 

Why is Pashmina illegal?

The term "pashmina" has been misused in the market, leading to the sale of counterfeit products that do not contain authentic pashmina wool. To protect consumers and preserve the integrity of genuine pashmina, the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) has established strict guidelines for labelling and quality control.

What material is 100% Pashmina?

. Authentic pashmina shawls are made entirely from the fine undercoat fleece of the Changthangi goat, also known as cashmere. This luxurious fibre is distinguished by its exceptional softness, warmth, and lightweight drape.