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The sharmbaa shrug finds its way to FWD

The sharmbaa shrug finds its way to FWD

January 12, 2016 7:17 AM MST

While at ENK International's FWD here in New York, New York on Monday, Lauren Conrad Examiner was introduced to a super versatile garment from Anne K. Mojet, designer and CEO of sharmbaa. The name sharmbaa was conceived standing for SHoulders plus ARMs plus BAck plus And more as explained by sharmbaa Marketing Director, Hazel Fraser.

From there, the sharmbaa shurg was born going far beyond the single look shrug equation thanks to the versatile design multiplying the concept exponentially becoming perfect for today's active woman. It is a wrap cardigan, a scarf, a shawl with sleeves, a shrug with scarf, a belt, a sarong, and a skirt. As you can see, the sharmbaa shrug highlights different parts of your body while being worn in many situations given climate, occasion, and time of day.

The sharmbaa shrug finds its way to FWD  January 12, 2016 7:17 AM MST  While at ENK International's FWD here in New York, New York on Monday, Lauren Conrad Examiner was introduced to a super versatile garment from Anne K. Mojet, designer and CEO of sharmbaa. The name sharmbaa was conceived standing for SHoulders plus ARMs plus BAck plus And more The sharmbaa shrug is designed with Italian fabrics often dictated by true seasonal colors not based off trends, and its rigorous practicality allows the scarf's self-expression, and your self-expression to come out as its compact and multi-functional.

And for Examiner readers only, sharmbaa is offering an exclusive 10 percent discount, enter promo code EXAM10 at sharmbaa's website when you proceed to checkout. This offer begins today up until Valentine's Day, you can also order Valentine's Day inspired pieces like Heartfelt red lace with sequin and poppy red crinkle silk chiffon, as well as receive special Valentine's Day gift packaging.

Sharmbaa cuts and sews their flagship sharmbaa shrug and all their other items right here in New York City in the garment district. Not only do you have a beautiful garment like the sharmbaa shrug that's home grown, but you have a go to piece that transforms your look without too much effort.

Daniel Quintanilla , examiner.com

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