The New Girl Upstairs: Made in Italy - Winter Pashminas are Here!

Anyone who knows me knows that my favourite country IN THE WORLD is Italy.  I lived there as a student and saw first-hand how the Italians seem to inject a little magic into everything they do from preparing a simple pasta to designing some of the world’s most coveted cars.   But to my mind, what Italians do best is fashion and every time I travel to Italy I marvel once more at their ability to put together outfits in an effortless and elegant way and, in particular, their confidence in accessorising with great shoes, bags and, of course, scarves!

This is one of the reasons that I love the gorgeous Made in Italy collection, scarf room’s premium collections of ladies’ scarves, snoods, wraps and pashminas and why I could not wait for the arrival of the latest shipment of the Super Soft Winter Pashmina Shawl Wrap Scarves from Italy.   Well, they have arrived and they are beautiful!   Available in a palette of on-trend colours – baby blue, winter white, camel, black and pink – these pashminas offer a luxurious outer layer in your autumn/winter wardrobe.

For me, it really was love at first sight with the Super Soft Winter Pashmina Shawl Wrap Scarf in blue and I now wear it all the time doubled up over my leather jacket and jeans.   As the weather gets colder, I’ll wear it loosely over a smart tailored black coat.   However, the soft baby blue and pink would look great with greys and winter whites; the cream with mochas, browns and greens; and the black, well, the black with everything but especially gorgeous with this season’s reds, mulberries and plums.

an image showing a pink winter pashmina

As with all fashion, there is no right or wrong way to wear your Super Soft Winter Pashmina Shawl Wrap Scarf and whether you opt for a relaxed dressed-down look or go for something smarter, this beautiful pashmina is a key A/W16 piece that you’ll come back to time and time again.   Ciao bellissime.  A presto!

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