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  • n. Plural form of pashmina.


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  • Thursday, Jun. 18, 2009:: 12: 58 a.m. Fun fact about me: I own ten "pashminas" a.k.a. shawls bought on the street for $5.

    misspinkkate Diary Entry

  • He has the most beautiful "pashminas" a. k.a pieces of colored fabric that are obviously not cashmere, but who cares?

    misspinkkate Diary Entry

  • All I know is I will be the most PREEEETTIESSST GIIIIRL IN THE WOOOOOOORLD with all my beautiful "pashminas".

    misspinkkate Diary Entry

  • -- S.F. Dear S. F.: In the mid-'90s, stores began carrying shawls and wide scarves that came to be known as "pashminas," named for the expensive wool from the soft underbelly of Tibetan goats. -

  • I don't like imagining my future husband trying to look manly while being crowded out of his own house by a burgeoning forest of chiffon ruching, bias-cut crepe, and those fake pashminas with pictures of peacocks in metallic thread I love so much.

    Larissa Archer: On Not Marrying

  • My next thought was that maybe I could get pashminas even cheaper from India.

    Book Excerpt: 'A Place Of Yes'

  • I trusted my intuitive ability to spot a trend and shelled out $3,400 that I didn't have, wiring the money to a total stranger in Bombay, in exchange for the promise of 50 pashminas.

    Book Excerpt: 'A Place Of Yes'

  • With red column lighting, crimson lip gloss and hot pink pashminas.

    Belinda Munoz: Inner Strength and Cancer

  • Along the way, Ester and I picked up feathered hats and stroked pashminas as we walked by the street vendors and one of us always said, “Soft,” while one of us always agreed.

    The Adults

  • When the weather cools, they'll lend you blankets and pashminas.

    Julie Mautner: Ten Reasons I Love the Roosevelt Hotel


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