How do I Tie Pashmina Scarves?

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Pashmina scarves are an ideal scarf to tie for cold climates where you still need to look chick. Tie a Pashmina scarf properly with help from a professional fashion expert in this free video.

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Hi, do you love pashmina? I do. Hi, I'm Wendi Braswell. I'm the style and beauty expert. Today, I'm going to show you how to tie a pashmina. What is pashmina? Actually, it's just a larger, warmer, scarf. It's great for colder climates when you want to stay warm, but look chic. As you can see, this is a larger version, great print, and great color I recommend. It can really take your wardrobe up a notch. So, let me show you the first way, and the easiest way, to do this. We're simply going to wrap this around your shoulders. And, see how much it covers? And, it really will keep you warm if you're in a colder climate. You're simply going to knot it below the bust, and let it hang. How chic and beautiful does she look? It adds color, you look elegant. That's what I call the casual way to wear a pashmina. Second, we're going to take this a little bit off her shoulders. This is what I call the evening look, and we're going to tie it into two knots. Very chic. Say you have a strapless dress, you're going out for the evening and want a little something something around your shoulders? This is great for that. Love it. Okay? Third way, very elegant way, you see a lot of celebrities, a lot of hoighty toighty wear this. Okay, you're going to bend your elbows, and we're going to let it hang on your elbows. Go ahead and turn around. It's a chic way. We're going to open it up, and show the width. Very chic way to wear it. And, it shows the color and texture, so when you leave the room, you're actually making a statement. And, it keeps you fairly warm, and you can always slip it right back up to the first position. Three ways to wear a pashmina, doesn't get easier than that. For more tips, visit


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