Need something light, fashionable but formal, that you can wear all year round? Stoles can be your best friend for life!! It is the cherry on top of any outfit you are planning to wear. A stole can be akin to a shawl and yet is thinner and much more elegant. To be donned with business dress, it is primarily lighter and crafted of superior textiles. A stole is normally made of lightweight textiles like chiffon, satin, or silk.
You will find a variety of stoles available in our online store-
Cashmere Stole: One of the warmest and softest materials in the world is cashmere. Due to its fine hairs, this can be spun into incredibly luxurious, fashionable clothes that will last a very long period of time, but comes with a premium cost.
Phulkari Stole: Phulkari, meaning "flowery embroidery" in the indigenous Punjabi tongue, is an unique embroidery technique or style. However, Phulkari is not simply a craft; it is inextricably intertwined with Punjab's culture.
Sambalpuri Stole: Sambalpuri ikat has been characterized as ``poetry on the loom '' in comparison to those other indian textile ikat. It is crafted by employing a technique called tie-dying to create finely handwoven, misty, and jewel motifs in both silk and cotton.
Bandhani Stole: Western India still utilizes bandhani, one of the oldest recorded procedures for tie-dying, intensively. The material is manufactured by squeezing exceptionally small pieces of material and binding them by choosing the textile with the fingers into numerous small knots that create an imaginative design that creates a unique arrangement of dots.
Styling your Stole
With Formal wear: If you're wearing formal business attire, make very sure the outfit is tailored despite the fact that textile is unstitched and provides for a great deal of imaginative design. Not fastening a stole is the simplest route to utilize them over a formal attire. Gently wrap it nicely around your neck and allow the two edges to fall in two straight, parallel lines down your chest. Ensure that you carefully tie a neat knot at the bottom if you choose to tie the stole. The finest knot for business dress is the basic one. You have 2 alternatives when creating a simple knot: once or twice.
Ace the Casual Look: You can do an Ascot if you aren't excessively worried about maintaining the symmetry and tidiness of the boundaries. It first needs to be wound around your neck backwards, from the front to back. Move them toward the front and re-wrap them round your neck. Or try a conventional wrap, often referred to as a shoulder shrug. The corners of the stole must drape toward the front as you put it all around your neck. The conventional wrap is accomplished by winding the stole to encompass the other arm while allowing one side over the shoulder.
As an evening accessory: If you desire to wear the stole as an evening accessory, choose a delicate stole made of silk or wool material. You could achieve the ideal formal evening vibe with it. For a glamorous aesthetic, drape the shawl round the waist or shoulder, then wrap the borders around your elbows. This works beautifully with any sort of evening outfit, especially silk sarees, dresses, churidar, or dresses. In fact, they look fantastic with strapless and off-the-shoulder dresses. Make sure the stole complements the manner in which you wear your saree, which includes a pallu that falls above one shoulder.
Q1. How are Kashmiri stoles unique?
The Kashmir stole was first donned by Mughal aristocracy and royalty and is notable for its comfort, light weight, and distinguishing buta weave.
Q2. What are the paisley motifs on stoles?
It can be challenging to understand that the paisley motif is only 250 years old as it is so prominent on Indian textiles. It evolved from elaborate, tapestry-woven Mughal fabrics that included flowery and tree-of-life patterns.
Besides the obvious functionality of keeping warm, layering adds personality to any ensemble. Teaming casual chic everyday outfits with the right scarves and stoles would significantly jazz up your appearance. In this section we have put together a range of ethnic stoles and scarves that serve just this purpose. Woven from pure homegrown cottons, wools, and silks, the fabrics have been handpicked for the authenticity of the make and the singular comfort of the textures. A diverse colour palette ensures that you find enough in this section that goes with your personality - pastels in exquisite shades and tints, irresistibly vibrant golds and silvers as well as coloured metallics, and the all-important whites and blacks to go with any and every outfit. While some of these come with eclectic prints, the motifs in question are usually ethnic. The embroidered ones as well as those featuring unusual weaves have been handpicked for their ethnic appeal. Some of these have been arranged into lots for when you want to buy in bulk for business and/or gifting purposes.
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