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    Winter is Right Around the Corner, and it’s Time to Stack Up On Stoles From iTokri!

    It’s that time of the year when we are still getting over the hangover of continuous festivities, namely, Navratri, Dussehra and the upcoming Diwali. And what’s coming up next is winter, the favourite of so many of us. Of course, it’s always fun to be bundled up in blankets during this ti...

    Winter is Right Around the Corner, and it’s Time to Stack Up On Stoles From iTokri!

    It’s that time of the year when we are still getting over the hangover of continuous festivities, namely, Navratri, Dussehra and the upcoming Diwali. And what’s coming up next is winter, the favourite of so many of us. Of course, it’s always fun to be bundled up in blankets during this time, but that does not mean you have to let go of your style each time you step out, because let us be honest, we do need to step out once in a while, even in winters! Some of the garments that you can show your style within the winters are jackets (they come in various styles and materials), sweaters and most importantly, scarves and stoles. Stoles are arguably a newer style of the garment but are excellent to show off your style in the winters. Hence, iTokri brings you a whole collection of winter stoles that not only gets you on top of your fashion game but also upholds the Indian heritage.

    Build your Winter Wardrobe this Winter Season With Beautiful Stoles Only from Itokri

    1. Kutch Handwoven Bandhani & Shibori Tie-Dye Pure wool Stole: Hailing from Gujarat’s rich, vibrant land, this pure wool stole features the famous Bandhani and Shibori tie-dye that the artisans of the Kutch region of Gujarat excel in. Excellent addition to your winter wardrobe, this stole would earn you compliments every time you go out.
    2. Kutch Bandhani Bagida Pure Wool Stole: Handwoven garments always have a unique aura, and when you pair them with the traditional Bandhani work of Gujarati artisans, you get this wonderful winter stole that would steal anyone’s heart.
    3. Kutch Handwoven Bandhani Pure Wool Stole: If you are looking for something more majestic than normal handwoven Bandhani tie-dye, this stole is the one for you. Featuring exotic colours, this acceptable handwoven, pure wool stole features an exquisite Bandhani tie-dye pattern alongside a multi-colour human.
    4. Kutch Handwoven Bandhani Pure Wool Stole with Zari border: Another unique stole that would look great for your fashion game is this pure wool stole that not only features handwoven Bandhani tie-dye patterns but also has a zari border as well, which is what makes it so different from the other stoles.
    5. Kumaun Handwoven Pure Merino Woolen Stole: This is a different stole from Uttarakhand, which besides being made of high-quality, handwoven, pure Kumaon, pure merino stole, uses natural fibres and hand-loom techniques to create gorgeous designs.

    Why Choose iTokri?

    iTokri is your one-stop-shop that marries styles with Indian culture and heritage. So whether you are looking for festive attires or home decor items, or seasonal garments, iTokri has collections for it all. With so many options, you can’t help but fall in love with all of them, thanks to the quality and diversity of our products.

    iTokri brings you a broad range of products for this winter. Some of the most special categories such as  Winter Clothing,  Shawls,  Hand-knitted winter wear,  Woolen socks Mufflers for winters,  Woolen fabrics, and  Hand-knitted warmers.

    FAQs

    Q1. How is a woollen stole made?

    Ans. A woollen stole is made from more delicate materials, unlike scarves or shawls, to be worn with formal attires.

    Q2. What is a woollen stole?

    Ans. The terms stole, scarf and shawl can often be used interchangeably. However, a woollen would be thinner and shawl than a scarf and shawl, and it can be worn with formal attires.

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    What is a Winter stole?

    Stoles are formal shawls made with expensive fabrics. Stoles are narrow shawls, simpler than a cape, and you can carry it around your arms or shoulders. 


    How do you wear stoles?

    A woolen stole for winter is one of the primary pieces of fabric in your wardrobe! It is meant to be worn around your shoulders and neck traditionally. However, there are multiple ways in which you can style it so that it goes with your outfit. 


      • Single Knot: Carefully and simply knot a handmade woolen stole, don’t complicate it. This is a great look for formal wear since it’s not too jazzy. 
      • Don’t knot it: Free your collar from the restraints of your woolen stole for women. Just let it around your neck in pleated or neatly arranged folds parallelly. 
      • European Loop: This is a popular way to tie a woolen stole for ladies. Fold the stole in half (lengthwise), wrap it around your neck, and pull the edges through the loop made from the fold. Fancy woolen stoles make this look great on any casual and formal outfit! 
  • Ascot Style:This is a celebrity-loved way to style your stole. Aoo you need to wrap the stole around your neck in a circular motion and bring both the edges to the front. 

  • Do I wear a stole in a 5-degree temperature?

    Yes, you can wear a stole when it’s 5 degrees out there. Woolen stoles are made to protect your neck and shoulders from the stole, especially when they arepure woolstoles (like at iTokri!). 


    What size stole are you offering?

    iTokri offers you hand woven merino wool and silk stoles, crafted in Kutch. The stoles are 222 cm in length and 63 cm in width. 


    How to wash stoles?

    You need to check the tag to see how to wash the particular stole you buy. iTokri sells two different types of handwovenwoolen stoles online.Fine-quality handwoven tussar and merino wool stoles that have tassels are made using the Bhujodi weaving craft. These types of stoles should be washed separately in cold water personally. Don’t put it in the washing machine. Hand wash it using mild detergents and don’t soak thewinter stole for ladiesin water for too long. On the other hand, some stoles are more delicate such as the Handwoven silk and merino wool shibori stoles. You need to dry clean them. 


    How many times should we wash stoles in a week?

    You can care for aladies woolen stoleby washing it regularly. Don’t wash it more than once a week if you don’t use it often. 


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