A stole is also a long scarf of cloth or fur worn by women over the shoulders with the ends hanging down in front. It probably developed from a long, robe-like outer garment worn by matrons in ancient Rome.The term stole today is usually used to describe a formal or evening shawl, made of an elegant fabric, often not as wide as a shawl, but long enough to drape around the body. The word stole is also used to describe a wide decorative sash that is draped over the shoulders as in a graduation stole or a liturgical stole.
Dupatta, Chunari, Chunariya, Orhni, or Odhani, is a shawl-like scarf, women’s traditionally essential clothing from the Indian subcontinent. The dupatta is currently used most commonly as part of the women’s shalwar kameez costume, and worn over the kurta and the gharara.
Hand Embroidery Stole
We offer hand embroidery stoles, that serve various purposes. Available in different sizes. New designer stoles are a new addition to our range of hand embroidery stoles in different colors. These fabulous stoles are perfect for parties,casual wearing and for gifting purpose also. We offer customization in terms of printing, size and color.