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Kathmandu Clothing offers Nepalese Pashmina shawls range
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Dec '13
Winter is here again in the northern hemisphere with its chills and keeping warm is a prerogative of all.

What better way to do so with the range of Nepali Pashmina shawls, cardigans, wraps and sweaters all brought to you by the leading clothing supplier from Nepal; Kathmandu Clothing, the largest online wholesale supplier of Nepalese clothing from Nepal.

The speciality of Nepali Pashmina better known as Cashmere is that it is manufactured from the fine hair of sheep found in the Himalayan Mountains of high altitude.

These sheep grow a thick mane of hair just before the winter sets in and then sheds it in the spring. Just before it does so, the hair is sheared from the sheep and the fine hair is separated from the lot.

This wool then is dyed and spun into fine yarn usually by hand by the rural women of Nepal which is then sold and sent to the market where weavers buy the yarn and woven into colourful designed shawls, wraps, cardigans, scarves and other winter accessories.

The attributes of Pashmina woollen are that they are light weight yet warm even on a cool winter day. You feel as if you are wearing nothing on but feel warm. This is why the clothes made from this wool began a royal accessory of the Mughal women and later was a much sort after expensive clothing by the elite of European society.

The shawls, cardigans, warps and scarves that Kathmandu Clothing provide are made from high quality wool and other varieties can have a certain percentage of additives such as other wool or silk which makes the shawls, cardigans, wraps or scarves cheaper yet still retaining the warmth of Pashmina.

Ordering from us, you can be guaranteed that you will get what you pay for and the goods sent to you within the time limited mentioned. So why wait for the opportunity to slip from your fingers and they are selling like hot cakes and we will soon be out of stock.

Kathmandu Clothing


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