The pashmina revisited
Staying warm without the bulk

Traveling is made easy and warm with a convertible, travel friendly wrap that fits in your purse or in your pocket.
The Shôul is a soft knit shoulder wrap that provides just enough warmth without being bulky and heavy.   

 

 

It stays on the shoulders and eliminates the need for adjusting and wrapping for a proper fit. No re-wrapping, buttoning or tying - unlike a pashmina, a shawl or a sweater. It doesn’t get caught in your coast sleeves and it is quick and easy to put on and take off.
It is versatile enough to wear with jeans or for evening and is great for travel, restaurants, theater, office, sport/concert events., etc....
This one-size-fits-all shoulder wrap is flattering and practical for heavier figures, fits snuggly under a coat and appeals to a wide range of tastes and pockets.
It is available in a cashmere blend or an acrylic knit in black, camel, red, navy, cream and off-white Cashmere: $59; acrylic: $42
For more information, please visit the corporate web site at http://www.theshoul.com/index.html

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