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Get Wrapped up with Luxe Cashmere Scarves from Denis Colomb

  • posted September 1st, 2009
  • Fashion


My must-have for windy fall days is a luxe cashmere shawl. I have a few cashmere shawls and they are one of my most versatile accessories. A luxurious shawl is the perfect cover-up for layering over sweaters or to to take along on plane travel. I always pack a cashmere shawl in my carry on, it keeps me cozy and also works as a nice lap blanket.

These dramatic cashmere shawls are created by French architect-turned-designer Denis Colomb. Colomb’s luxury lifestyle company was founded in 2004 The hand-woven cashmere throws are made by Nepalese artisans and master weavers. In addition to shawls, the collection also includes blankets, jackets, tunics and fine area rugs. The clothing and shawls are designed to be layered with pieces in the collection or with your own pieces. Colors range from Himalayan, Green to Ashes all inspired by the shades of nature. In addition  the scarves in the “By Hand” collection are available in 64 different shades.

We are completely enamored by these scarves and love how they add dimension and interest to a black cashmere turtleneck or even a pair of your favorite distressed boyfriend jeans. Whatever your take on a cashmere shawl, you’ll be glad you own one once the windy winter days arrive.

Keep your neck warm with a luxe cashmere scarf and healthy at the same time! September is Thyroid Cancer Awareness Month. Join survivors fo thyroid cancer this month and help to raise awareness to “check your neck” for early signs and detection.

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  1. […] Blog is wrapped up in the luxe look of dramatic cashmere scarves from French Architect turned designer Denis Colomb. Remember that September is Thyroid Cancer […]

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