Shop for the gorgeous Tangaliya craftworks and handloom fabrics from iTokri, which offers you an extensive and exquisite collection of authentic products. Explore iTokri’s collections of handloom fabrics and weaves like Tangaliya handloom weaves, Ikat sarees, Manipuri weave, Kantha Work and more.
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iTokri has always been an absolute customer favourite not only in India but also in the rest of the world. We offer to you the broadest possible range of best selling, trendy, traditional, and the most beautiful authentic products like craftworks, kitchen essentials, fabrics and handloom weaves, sarees,scarves,mufflers,meenakari jewellery,home decors,rakhis, tribal artworks and crafts. Each product on iTokri reflects and tells the story of local unique Indian tribal and rural culture, their lifestyle and art history.
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Some of the frequently asked questions are:
What is the difference between a shawl and a stole?
A shawl is generally wrapped around the shoulders to keep warm, and stoles are more fashion statement wear to accentuate a dress or paired up with casuals for style. Shawls usually are more expansive and made of warmth retaining materials like wool, and stoles are narrower and made of lighter fabrics.
Can a stole be used as a dupatta?
Stoles have an excellent quality about them. They are super versatile and easy to wear. So wear a stole like a dupatta, a shawl, drape it and loop it around the neck and you can also use them as a belt or even as hair accessories!