Shop for a Cure: Pink Pashminas to Help Fight Breast Cancer

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The Pashmina Store to donate five percent of sales on pink pashminas in October to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation

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Light pink cashmere gloves by The Pashmina Store.

With one of the widest selections of pink pashminas, we hope everyone can join us in the fight.

In support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, consumers everywhere have the opportunity to shop for special edition “pink ribbon” products. The Pashmina Store, one of the largest online suppliers of 100% grade A cashmere at value prices today announced it will join the fight by donating five percent of sales on all shades of pink pashminas to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation throughout the month of October.

With more than 30 styles and shades of pink, including on-trend animal prints in leopard, python and zebra, The Pashmina Store is making it easy for customers to think pink and find something for everyone. Some of the most popular options from The Pashmina Store include:

  •     Pink Leopard Animal Print Pashmina
  •     Hot Pink Python Animal Print Pashmina/Silk Wrap
  •     Pink Zebra Animal Print Pashmina Silk Wrap
  •     Hot Pink Pashmina/Silk Scarf
  •     Rose Pink Pashmina/Silk Wrap
  •     Light Pink Pashmina/Silk Scarf

“Breast cancer is something that affects many of our customers unfortunately, said Blair Rhodes,” co-owner of The Pashmina Store. “Supporting the fight against it is a worthy cause and one in which we’re proud to participate. With one of the widest selections of pink pashminas, we hope everyone can join us in the fight.”

About The Pashmina Store

On the Web since 2001, The Pashmina Store has been proud to offer the finest quality pure pashmina and pashmina/silk blend blankets, shawls, wraps, scarves and cashmere blankets. Customers enjoy the entire experience with quality products at exceptional values, free standard shipping in the U.S from Texas, and a satisfaction guarantee.

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