What is the difference between a Stole and a scarf ?
Asked by Ghost Singh, 30 Apr '13 10:15 pm
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A stole is considered to be a type of lady's shawl or long scarf. It is usually wider than a scarf, and it may be longer as well. Stoles are typically bigger because they are usually worn differently than a scarf. A stole is designed to cover a lady's shoulders and arms. Fur is a popular material for a stole, and they are often saved to wear over dresses and ball gowns for fancier occasions.Answered by LIPSIKA, 30 Apr '13 10:22 pm
Stoles are typically bigger than scarves, and they are worn around the arms and shoulders. Scarves are usually smaller, and they are worn around the head or neck.
Source: http://www.princetextilemills.com/stoles_detail.htmlAnswered by Abha Joshi, 25 Jun '13 10:56 am
The only difference between scarf, stole and shawl is the size. And most of times the differ by width.Answered by jameel ahmed, 30 Apr '13 10:16 pm