This is a grey colored cashmere shawl embellished with silver and black sequins all over. The shawl also has sequin detailing across unfinished edges.
Size: 50 x 180 cms
The name cashmere comes from 'Kashmir', the region where its production and trade originated, possibly as early as the Mongolian empire in the 13th century. Cashmere wool comes from a specific species of goat called Capra Hircus. These goats have a double fleece, one of which is a soft, fine undercoat. This is the wool that is used to make cashmere shawls and sweaters. To collect the soft, fine fibers that make cashmere, the wool is harvested when the goats begin to shed their winter coats. The brand Vuala is a traditional brand that offers exclusive shawls and stoles in rich Pashmina and cashmere fabrics. The brand displays handmade drapes with ancient Indian crafts on them like Phulkari and Jamawar with an aim to revive the rich Indian culture. It offers a wide range of bright and vibrant wraps that complements most of your outfits.