Choir Stole or Singers Scarf

$20.00

In stock

Universal Silk Stole Scarf

These stoles can be used in so many ways. The multi-colored figures with their arms upraised can represent people singing, people praying, or just the diversity of humanity. They can be worn by individuals or purchased in bulk for choirs, divinity school graduations, or any other group that wants to present a coordinated image.

 

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Universal Silk Singers’ Stole or Scarf

Do you like to sing?  Are you in a choir?  If you are, you will love these rainbow-colored silk stoles that gives a choir a coordinated look at a very low cost.  The six human figures at the ends of the scarf have heads made out of musical notes.  They lift their arms and voices in song, and the lines of music swirl into the air and around your shoulders.  The beautiful gradient white/blue/black design really does give the impression of voices rising up into the night sky for an evening performance.

The silk breathes and feels wonderful against your skin.  The 5×85” length looks very formal as a stole, but wraps nicely around your neck and shoulders as a scarf, or around your waist as a belt. The mult-colored design goes with almost any color robes. Scroll through the sample pictures to see how great they look.

These also make lovely gifts for any friends who like to sing or are in choirs.  Since the design does not include religious symbols, they can be used by both religious and community choirs.

They are made of 100% silk satin, which breathes and feels wonderful against your skin. The 5×85” length looks very formal as a stole, but wraps nicely around your neck and shoulders as a scarf. The design does come through to the back side, though it is a bit lighter there. Note: the white version pictured is currently out of stock.

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Additional information

Weight .05 lbs
Dimensions 4 × 5 × .2 in
Color

Gradient, White

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