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Scarf_tradinginc Large Soft 100% Twill Pashmina Scarf Shawl Wrap
A beautiful, gorgeous, Pashmina Scarf Shawl. It is lightweight, super soft and comfortable, yet can provide real warmth on a chilly evening. It can be worn with eveningwear or daywear, in winter or summer, as a warm scarf or a fashionable shawl. A perfect accessory for your holiday party outfit, or a great gift! The brand name "Scarf_tradinginc" will be shown on the tag.
Material: 100% PASHMINA
Scarf Size: 27" wide X 72" Length. 3" hand knotted tassels at each ends
Weight: 6.5 oz
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70 of 70 found the following review helpful:
Good Buy For The KnowingApr 12, 2012
I have several pashmina and pashmina/silk blend scarves and wraps; two are from here, and I am about to buy more. Personally, I really like this product, and have been happy with those I've received. After reading some of the critical reviews tho, I would like to make a couple comments for those checking out this product.
First: Read ALL the product information. Several complaints about whether 100% pashmina was received could have been avoided by reading the information that not all the colors are 100% pashmina, and then LISTS the colors that are blends [with silk].
Second: The person who "pulled on one thread, really tugged hard" and found it wouldn't break, should know that silk is what gives the yarn fiber it's great strength, and is a sign of quality.
Third: If you're suspicious a fabric may be synthetic, do this simple test: cut off one piece of the fringe. Burn it with a match, doesn't have to be all the way. If you get ash, its a natural fiber. If it smells bad, it's usually wool. If it melts, or turns into little globs that harden like beads, it is synthetic.
Lots of strange smells can accumulate from various manufacturing practices,i.e., dyes, where it was stored, plastic packaging material, the container it was shipped in, etc. Air it out for a few days or a week, or just store it with your favorite potpourrie. Don't put perfume on it, but you can store it with the bottles.
Just don't be so instantly freaked out.
66 of 69 found the following review helpful:
Loved it! (Other reviews must be on crack!)Aug 22, 2011
By Sue Glut
I purchased 2 pashminas from 2 different suppliers. One was this bubble 2-layer gauze-like pashima that I returned today from Sakas. I hated it.
But this one, which was just $8.50 is awesome!
One review says she knows what real pashmina cashmere feels like - well I question her judgement. While it may not be "thick" it is not sheer, and it is oh so warm. When you put it on, it's almost like wrapping yourself in an electric blanket. Within a minute or two, you feel your own body heat warming you. This is the true test of a real cashmere, or wool, etc. - it holds your body temperature in.
And soft! OMG, how wonderful it feels to the touch. NO way it is acrylic or rayon.
And for the price - what a great value. If I had not seen these online, and saw this in a store for say, $25, I would still think it was a steal.
I bought a black one, and I wish I had bought more, in a few other colors.
I saw where one bride-to-be bought them to give away as gifts in case it got cold. What a great idea. No one would suspect you paid less than $10 for this lovely product. Seriously! I absolutely love mine! Not sure where all these bad reviews come from. I can't image anyone would be dissappointed after spending so little, on something so soft, and warm.
I wish I could find a queen-size blanket made out of this stuff! I would never get out of bed.
40 of 41 found the following review helpful:
Good dealNov 20, 2010
By E. Mcbride
While it's not a designer scarf, it is better quality than what I would have expected for the cost. It's comfortable, sturdy, and good sized. The color (camel) is nice. Shipping was incredibly quick, and it got here almost faster than I'd expected. In short, I'll likely order more of the same scarves in various colors.
61 of 71 found the following review helpful:
Pashima Shawl - Too ThinNov 18, 2010
This shawl was a last minute order and cheap. I guess you really do get what you pay for because it was too thin. When I pulled it out of the package to iron the wrinkles out I immediately ironed over a hole in the garment and what I thought was a stray piece of thread. After lifting the tread the hole got larger. I was able to hide the tear during the wrapping process. I was disappointed in the quality but I guess from a distance it looks really good because I got multiple compliments. I would say it served its purpose but do not buy if you expect a quality product that will stand the test of time. It could not even stand the test of ironing and I have a very good iron that glides over fabric.
30 of 33 found the following review helpful:
Nice scarf, good deal.Nov 27, 2010
By R. Beliak
There were a couple of flaws in my scarf: a bit of seam that was torn, and a spot where the glue for the tag pulled the fabric. Nevertheless, the gray color is really lovely, and the fabric is soft with a nice shine. For the price, I would say it is a darn good deal.
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