Fine quality sujani hand embroidered pure handloom tussar silk stole.
This stole is intricately designed with tiny running stitches in coloured thread using traditional craft technique of sujani embroidery by Sanju Devi from Bihar.
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Dastkar - Selected Craftspeople
From a large canvas of artisans across India, Dastkar partners to brings selected crafts-persons on-line on iTokri. Dastkar works with rural men and women to create indigenous crafts, the skills of which have been passed generation-to-generation. Dastkar, also a 'mela' expert, has been organizing crafts fairs across the country since two decades giving international exposure to artisans and beautiful handcrafted bliss to craft-lovers!! We at iTokri, love them for what they do!!
Exclusively Presenting iTokri x Dastkar's eye-catching products to revive the era of traditional craft in India. itokri showcases handmade products sourced through brilliant artisans of Dastkar.Dastkar is a private, non-profit NGO established in 1981 that works to support traditional Indian artisans, many of them women and village dwellers, with the aim of aims to help artisans regain their place in the economic stream. iTokri brings you a sheer & unique collection of Handcrafted Dastkar's products in one place.
Bihar Sujani Embroidery
Sujani is a form of embroidery born in the village of Bhasura in Bihar, India. In ancient times, old sari and dhoti were used as a creative canvas, the fabric was folded a few times, and then a simple stitch was applied to these used garments to give them a new look.
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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.
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