Pashmina Store Announces Top Fall Fashion Colors; Dark Chocolate, Cranberry and Red Join Black and Natural on the List of Best-Selling Shawls, Wraps and Scarves

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The Pashmina Store announces that top selling Fall colors are dark browns and reds in addition to black and natural. Wedding favorites include champagne, sage green and silver grey.

The Pashmina Store announced that its top selling Fall colors across all shawls, wraps and scarves include perennial favorites black and natural along with dark chocolate brown, cranberry and red. These same colors are favorites for wedding and bridesmaid gift but there is also notable popularity for sage green, champagne and silver grey.

"The dark browns and reds have really taken off, which seems to follow national Fall fashion trends," said Charlene Martina, founder of The Pashmina Store. "Of course black and natural, an ivory color, are always top sellers. However, the popularity of champagne and silver grey for wedding and bridesmaid gifts this year is a little unexpected, but we continue to stock up to meet our customer's needs."

Each year, The Pashmina Store closely monitors sales in the six week period leading up to October. Sales during this time typically indicate with great accuracy what Fall color trends are and what will be the top selling colors throughout the Fall season. The colors include sales at the website,, and those received by phone or mail orders. Last year's top-selling Fall colors included burnt orange and burnt olive.

For additional information contact Blair Rhodes or visit the website.

On the Web since 2001, The Pashmina Store, has been proud to offer the finest quality pure pashmina and pashmina/silk blend 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.


Blair Rhodes, Vice-President of Marketing



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