This pure wool stole from the Exotic India collection is the signature beauty of the orient woven into a length of sheer and set off by copper-brown bootis, embroidered in an ethnic design. Its color and style gives a versatile beauty essence on any outfit. Ari needlework is perfected over generations since the Mughal era by artisans forming fascinating floral motifs and other traditional designs. It is done on a stretched fabric using a pen-like needle and popularly a cotton thread for sewing the intrinsic designs. This shawl is woven on a wool fabric of light brown biscuit color with the large bootis covering the entire area in finite distances and an exclusive shape.
Zoom in to the picture to have a keen look at the thin triple layered border slightly above the shorter edge with its outer layer woven in stylized closely-knit floral designs. The traditional flower patterns of bootis makes us remember the heavenly beauty of Kashmir. Its intrinsic and superfine needle strokes enhance its charming shade and awe-struck style. The perfection of this stole confirms of it being handcrafted by the choicest artisans of Kashmir.