Pashma

Lavender Floral Silk Cashmere Scarf

$133 ($190) 30% OFF

A must-have for the new season, Pashma's silk and cashmere scarf will top off any ensemble with effortless style. This lightweight scarf features a lavender floral print and wispy fringed edges. Our stylist suggest pairing with the matching sweater and your favorite white jeans for an effortless everyday look.

FEATURES

  • Lavender Floral Silk Cashmere Scarf
  • Eyelash fringe trim
  • Made in India

Shown here with: Pashma Sweater, Cambio Pants, Nest Earrings, Sylvia Toledano Bracelet

MATERIAL & CARE

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

Product Size Measurements

  • Length: 78"
  • Width: 29"

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.

A must-have for the new season, Pashma's silk and cashmere scarf will top off any ensemble with effortless style. This lightweight scarf features a lavender floral print and wispy fringed edges. Our stylist suggest pairing with the matching sweater and your favorite white jeans for an effortless everyday look.

FEATURES

  • Lavender Floral Silk Cashmere Scarf
  • Eyelash fringe trim
  • Made in India

MATERIAL & CARE

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

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.