One of the factors that should be considered when determining how to tie your Pashmina is how you are wearing it. Many different styles are used to make these shawls the ultimate accessory. Depending on how you want to wear your Pashmina on a particular day will influence how you want to tie it.
Another influence on how to tie a Pashmina is what you are wearing with your shawl. The main benefit of a Pashmina is its versatility. A Pashmina looks great with jeans, pants, a skirt, or a dress. Some people even use it to bring a splash of color to their favorite suit. The type of clothes that you will wear with your shawl will have an impact on how to tie it.
If you are wearing your pink Pashmina around your waist, you may want to double know it and leave plenty of material on the ends. This is a nice effect if you are wearing the shawl as a sash or a belt run through pant loops. A slipknot is another nice way to tie a shawl around your waists, so that it is easy to loosen or tighten without retying it.
To create a slipknot, the steps are similar to those used for a men’s tie. When you drape your shawl around your waist, leave one end longer than the other does. Then, wrap the long end around the short end, bring it around, and pull it through the loop you just created. You can then pull the loop tight, and pull the knot up or down the shorter end as needed.
You can also use this knot around your neck. This is a nice affect for a dress if the knot is kept loose and closer to the chest. Another great knot to use when draping a Pashmina around your neck is an ascot knot.
An ascot knot is similar to the slipknot. The difference is that when you pull the end through the loop, you pull it tight, center the knot, and flair the two ends. This is a nice effect with a top that has an open neck.
With your pink Pashmina scarf, you can tie it securely to create a great style. Depending on how you want to wear your Pashmina, and what you are pairing it with, there are different knots you can use to secure your shawl. A slipknot, an ascot, and a double knot are three different ways you can wear your Pashmina without being afraid it will come undone during the day.