Pashma

Blue and Navy Ikat Silk Cashmere Scarf

$190 25% Off: Code SPREE25

Crafted from fine cashmere and silk, Pashma scarves are individually hand-woven and hand-printed for a lightweight, luxe feel. Wear this blue and navy ikat patterned scarf with a matching sweater for a feminine ensemble.

FEATURES

  • Blue and Navy Ikat Silk Cashmere Scarf
  • Fringe trim
  • Made in India

Shown here with: AG Jeans Pants, A.P.C. Bag, Kenneth Jay Lane Earrings

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition: 55% cashmere, 45% silk
  • Care: dry clean only

Product Size Measurements

  • Length: 79"
  • Width: 26.5"

Using only the finest cashmere and silk, Pashma creates wearable art. Pashma’s products are crafted in its one-of-a-kind manufacturing facilities that blend primitive textile traditions with state-of-the-art modern day technology. All Pashma prints are hand dyed through a range of processes that include rare hand-screen printing, wood-block lithography and authentic resist dyeing techniques such as Ikat and Shibori. The brand's design is inspired by art forms across geographies, from Indonesian batik weaving and Japanese Haikoo poetry to modern iconography.

Crafted from fine cashmere and silk, Pashma scarves are individually hand-woven and hand-printed for a lightweight, luxe feel. Wear this blue and navy ikat patterned scarf with a matching sweater for a feminine ensemble.

FEATURES

  • Blue and Navy Ikat Silk Cashmere Scarf
  • Fringe trim
  • Made in India

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition: 55% cashmere, 45% silk
  • Care: dry clean only

Product Measurements

  • Length: 79"
  • Width: 26.5"

Using only the finest cashmere and silk, Pashma creates wearable art. Pashma’s products are crafted in its one-of-a-kind manufacturing facilities that blend primitive textile traditions with state-of-the-art modern day technology. All Pashma prints are hand dyed through a range of processes that include rare hand-screen printing, wood-block lithography and authentic resist dyeing techniques such as Ikat and Shibori. The brand's design is inspired by art forms across geographies, from Indonesian batik weaving and Japanese Haikoo poetry to modern iconography.