Fine quality handwoven pure cotton stole made using a special weaving technique called tangaliya. Tangaliya weaving, also known as Daana weaving is practiced in Surendranagar district of Gujarat. Mainly practiced by the Dangasia community, this form of weaving requires high skill level and an eye for accuracy. Tangaliya is a labor-intensive and painstaking process. Tiny dots of extra weft are twisted around a number of warp threads, giving an effect of bead embroidery to the fabric.
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KACHCHH JI CHHAAP - Celebrating crafts, heritage and cultural ecology of the Kachchh region of Gujarat. We curate best products of master craftsmanship from artisans working with various craft processes of the region including woven & printed textiles, leather crafts, lacquered wooden crafts, metal crafts, embroideries and more.
Kutch Ji Chhap is an in-house curated brand by itokri that presents both textile and non-textile products to your service. Here, we celebrate the crafts, heritage, and cultural ecology of the Kachchh region of Gujarat. We curate the best products of master craftsmanship from artisans working with various craft processes of the region including woven & printed textiles, leather crafts, lacquered wooden crafts, metal crafts, embroideries, and more.
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In business attire, you have fewer options for wearing a cape or scarf. But when it comes to casual wear, there are plenty of ways to wear a steal. You can tie it up, pleat or just let it flow on its own.
Most scarves are designed to be worn around the head or neck, but stoles are not. A stole is a longer piece of fabric, usually rectangular or square, but sometimes triangular. A stole is usually longer than a shawl. It is light and can be used in various scenes.
Choose the right stole It should be long enough to be draped across your neck and broad enough to experiment with stylistic drapery.
A stole is a woman's long shawl worn loosely over the shoulders while a scarf is simply a length of fabric we wear around the neck or head.
Elegant hand-crafted silk-cotton stoles that can be paired with ethnic and western clothes for a office & festive look