Pashmina Colour Glossary
A colour guide to choosing the correct shade of pashmina
Pashmina Colour Glossary
Whites, Greys and Black
Definitely not a brilliant or pure white! Pashminas in this colour are an off white or ivory colour.
Like pancake batter. A rich cream colour.
A ghostly tint of blue and grey.
A beautiful silver/grey colour, this is one of the best selling pashies!
The colour of a church steeple in the British countryside or a summer heavy rain cloud about to burst.
A darkish grey with blue tones. Pashminas of this colour look cold.
A pinky dark grey colour.
A very dark grey. Gun metal grey, almost black, like your shadow on the pavement on a winter's evening walk.
Jet black, completely pure blackYellows and Oranges, Peaches and Apricots
Think of lime and lemon cordial mixed together. A very light yellow/green like sulphur.
Like the top of Devonshire clotted cream. A smooth yellowy cream colour. Also like marzipan.
Bright as the flower, fresh as the spring
Almost mustard with a hint of orange blossom
Like the honeycomb in a Crunchie bar
21st century peach, fruity as the cocktail
A light pinky peach colour.
Pashminas this colour are like the flesh of an apricot or papaya fruit.
A deep, vibrant orange, just like a Halloween pumpkin or a basket ball!
The spicy orange pashminas are a mush redder version of the Harvest Pumpkin. Think a deep red/orange.Pinks
Rose of Sharon
Pink and as a puppy's tongue
A pale pink, similar to baby pink witha hint of lilac.
A very bright and showy pink. Bold and brash.
A fruity, fresh colour, like the skin of lychees.
Pashminas in this colour look like a bowl of fresh raspberries of the inside of a watermelon.
A medium to dark, dusky pink. A sort of grown up pink.
This one is a shade pinker than the Raspberry Wine
A bright, bright pink. Sexy pink.
A couple of shades lighter than the Carmine.
A peachy pink, light in tone.
A delicate and pale pink, much lighter than baby pink its pretty and fine.
Like double cream with a touch, just a touch of pink.
A dusky, pinky lilac colour.
The colour of seedless grapes, a little dusty and less purple, more dusky, pinky, red.
A tiny shade darker than the Chateau Rose, this pashmina is a warm and comforting colour.Reds
Red as the velvet on a theatre curtain or red chillies, bright red lipstick.
Royal Mail post box red. A deep true red.
A rich, deep red.
The colour of radishes, a dusty, red, grey colour. Like red oinions when they have more of a dusty red peel than the purple peel.
Bolder than beetroot.
A deep, rich red, redder than the Burgandy. Like a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon.Purples, Lavenders, Lilacs
A lively and bright pinky, purple colour. Google "Orchid" and you will see exactly this colour
A pretty pinky lilac colour. More pink than lilac.
Like the Amethyst stone but pinker and less purple.
Goxinia is like a red cabbage
Yes like the darkest elements of a fig skin. A very dark burgandy colour.
A little bit lighter and with more purple than an aubergine or eggplant.
Just like ripe blackberries, a deep and dark purple.
Much darker than Blackberry Cordial, this colour is a very dark purple.
A lovely light purple.
A bluey mauve colour. Light and bold at the same time.
Just like a Blue Iris flower. A lovely blue/lilac/lavender colour.
A very light mauve.
A very delicate pink witha touch of lavender.
A pinky lavender colour.Browns, Stone, Beige
Just a little bit dustier than the Cocoa Brown. So imagine cocoa powder with caster sugar mixed in.
Like beige travertine stone floor tiles.
This is a light beige colour with the tiniest hint of pink.
Like travertine stone floor tiles.
We think this is just like ginger bread dough before baking. Think of brown sugar and treacle.
A rich brown/red. Like the colour of the ubiquitous barns you see in Sweden.
Yes, just like cocoa powder or drinking choclate before you add the hot water or milk.
This is an opulent chocolatey brown. Certainly looks edible.
A very dark brown, like coffee beans.
Pashminas this colour are halfway between Cocoa brown and Coffee Bean. Think of the dark areas on a sepia photograph and you have it.
A light bronze colour, these pashminas (especially the 70% cashmere, 30% silk kind) look stylish and rich.
A pinky, sandy shell colour. Delicate and light.
A sand, stone colour.
A rich and creamy sand colour. Olivenite pashminas look like perfectly baked french baguettes.Greens
A very light green/yellow colour. Like elderflower cordial.
A very light green. Cool and minty.
A light grey/green colour. A shade lighter than Woodbine.
A very light green/grey colour.
A greyish green like a mallard's head. It is a soft and gentle green.
A dark, moody green, like stuffed grape leaves in Middle Eastern restaurants.
A vibrant green, the colour of new growth on pine trees.
Moss colour. A warm, growing green that makes you think of moss and lichen in the woods.
A pale green. Like the peas and the pods only a little lighter still.
Alive and bright lime green. This colour is super fresh, clean and crispy.
Like really keen broccoli stems. A wide awake lime.
A medium green that looks productive. The same colour as the stems of a bunch of spring onions or cucumber skin.
A very dark green with a bit of grey. Like the darkest green vegetable or salad leaves you can find.
Think of green leafy vegetables and pesto.
This is a light to medium dusty green, like the leaves of the lavender plant or sweet peas, though a touch bluer.
A greener turquiose, this is a bold, vivid greeny turquiose. Looks great with red hair!Blues
A bold and bright blue with a turquoise touch.
A true torquiose blue.
A very light and deliate turquoise like the Emerald Coast around Olbia, Sardinia.
A pale blue, paler than baby blue. The colour of the sky on a summer's night when the colour fades away and it's almost white.
On the bluer side of turquoise. This is a vibrant and bold colour blue.
A medium blue with green and grey.
Like the shutters on Provencial houses.
A deep, medium blue like a bottle of Radox bubble bath.
The colour of clear deep sea water, like dive spots in the Red Sea or Coral Sea.
A vivid royal blue. Like the Purplish Blue Veronica flower.
A dark blue with grey tones. Google "Insignia Blue" and you will find all sorts of goods to buy in this colour.
Grey with blue tones.
Delphinium and corn flower blue mixed together. A fairly light blue, a few shades darker than baby blue.
A bold, bright, true blue. Brilliant blue.
Like the flowers of a blue Hydrangea. A milky light blue, similar in tone to baby blue.
Pashminas this colour are exactly like the name, a dark navy.