Interfaith Scarf / Stole
Wear these when you are presenting at an interfaith event. Wear them when you need to look “official” without looking like a priest. Wear them as choir stoles, or just wear them because they are beautiful, colorful, and brighten any outfit you wear.
These scarves include the religious symbols of 9 different traditions in a line of rainbow-colored circles. Their bright colors will complement any outfit, and the satiny fabric breathes to feel wonderful against your skin. The long length looks very formal as a stole, but wraps nicely around your neck and shoulders as a scarf.
These also make lovely gifts for any friends who work in interfaith settings – chaplains, hospice workers, college Religious Life offices and more. They come in one of two variations – bright and sunny white or dignified and reversible black/blue. They are both printed on incredibly soft, medium-weight polyester knit fabric.
The Black/Blue stole is reversible, with the deep blue complementing the rich black, and making the symbols visible from both sides. It is two layers thick, with sewn edges, and drapes nicely. It is 5 inches wide by 91 inches long and weighs 3 ounces.
The white one is just a little wider and a little shorter. It is printed on one side, so the symbols do not show up on the back. It is 5.5″ wide by 87″ and weighs two ounces.
Both feel very nice against your skin and can be worn all day without weighing you down. Pictures show what they look like over different colored vestments.
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