- 100% Cashmere
- Made in Nepal
- Very light and warm
- 80x30 inches
This diamond pattern cashmere scarf is incredibly light, thin and most importantly warm, perfect for those who do not want to be smothered by crazy amounts of fabric during the winter time. Cashmere is made using the very fine hairs on the neck of a goat, and is incredibly hard to gather this amount in large quantities.
Scarves can be worn as accessories to outfits or be worn primarily to keep your body warm. Wearing around your neck as a muffler, or over the body as a shawl, or even as an elegant addition to an evening gown, folding and tying in multiple ways, scarves are the most versatile fabric to wear.
Common usage defines the fiber as wool but it is finer and softer than sheep's wool. Some say it is hair, but as seen below, cashmere requires the removal of hair from the wool. The word cashmere is an old spelling of the Kashmir northernmost geographical region of South Asia. Cashmere is finer, stronger, lighter, softer, and approximately three times more insulating than sheep wool.