7 Pretty Pashminas to Keep You Warm This Winter ...

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7 Pretty Pashminas to Keep You Warm This Winter ...
7 Pretty Pashminas to Keep You Warm This Winter ...

Pashminas are becoming incredibly popular, and with good reason. In addition to being warm winter accessories, pashminas are fashionable and they make great accessories. I don't know about you, but when an accessory is functional as well as fashionable, I use it twice as much. You've got to love versatility, especially when it improves your wardrobe! Originally pashminas were entirely cashmere, but now you find them mixed with silk for a little extra decadence. They can, naturally, be more expensive than simple scarves, but you get such high quality that it's often worth it to splurge. I hope you'll agree after taking a look at all these pretty pashminas that can keep you warm this winter!

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John W. Nordstrom Pinstripe Cashmere Scarf

John W. Nordstrom Pinstripe Cashmere Scarf Price: $95.00 at shop.nordstrom.com
As I mentioned, pashminas are ideally cashmere, so this definitely fits the bill. I'm kind of salivating over it, but I'm sure the price will enable me to wipe the drool off my chin. If you want a classic piece that will go with most of your wardrobe, however, keep an eye out for a pashmina like this. You can't go wrong with navy, grey, burgundy, or black.

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David & Young Softer than Cashmere Plaid Scarf

David & Young Softer than Cashmere Plaid Scarf Price: $19.50 at shop.nordstrom.com
Now this is price is more on the money! I adore plaid, and the bright red is incredibly festive, although you can also go with a marvelous multi-green alternative. This pashmina is incredibly soft with some trendy fringe, sure to keep you warm and make you look good.

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Nordstrom Tissue Weight Ombre Cashmere & Wool Scarf

Nordstrom Tissue Weight Ombre Cashmere & Wool Scarf Price: $98.00 at shop.nordstrom.com
This is one of the newer, more modern pashminas that mixes other fabrics into the blend. If the winter ever actually gets cold (the temperature in New England is actually deliciously pleasant!), then that wool will definitely come in handy. I love the ombre style, and if you do too, just keep an eye out for less expensive alternatives fading into your favorite colors.

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Nordstrom Ruffle Wrap

Nordstrom Ruffle Wrap Price: $64.90 at shop.nordstrom.com
This is really a statement piece, heavy enough so that the ruffles aren't too frou frou and made with enough cashmere to be soft to the touch. If red's not your thing, never fear. You can find everything from basic black, cream, camel, and sage to a brighter Moroccan blue or purple vapor.

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Nordstrom Tapestry Scarf

Nordstrom Tapestry Scarf Price: $57.90 at shop.nordstrom.com
I love pashminas with patterns, especially floral ones. The floral images here are subtle, which is pleasing, and again, black and grey can go with just about anything. However, if you want something brighter, go with the teal option. Since the floral detailing is done in black, the color looks quite rich!

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Nordstrom Spray Paint Cashmere Blend Wrap

Nordstrom Spray Paint Cashmere Blend Wrap Price: $57.90 at shop.nordstrom.com
I love bright colors in the winter, and this minty teal is just lovely – and, mind, I'm actually not the biggest fan of teal. There's a truffle option, a toasty beige, that looks wonderful with the misty overlay. The charcoal is my favorite, though – the detailing makes it look almost silver.

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Nordstrom Floral Tissue Weight Cashmere & Wool Wrap

Nordstrom Floral Tissue Weight Cashmere & Wool Wrap Price: $98.00 at shop.nordstrom.com
Since they are mostly made of cashmere, many pashminas do get a bit pricey, but oh, they can be so worth it! I'd be almost tempted to drop nearly a hundred dollars on this one, especially because of all the different color palettes. This one is dark blue, while the camel mixes cream, rich brown, and pink together beautifully, and the berry nectar has decadent shades of purple.

Pashminas really are gorgeous. I love them when they're floaty and airy, but for my money, you can bet I'm going to wait for that pinstriped one to go on sale. I love me some pinstripes! Pashminas are richly cultural as well, and can be worn as head scarves too. Celebrate your culture and heritage or heighten your wardrobe with your favorite colors and styles – you can't go wrong, and even though they're pricey, you can buy a single one in a classic pattern or palette so you can wear it with most of your outfits. Do you like pashminas, or do you prefer simple, stylish scarves?

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