Collection: Mexican Serape Stoles
Serape stoles are graduation stoles that are inspired by the traditional Mexican serape blanket. These stoles are typically brightly colored and feature bold, geometric patterns that are reminiscent of the vibrant, woven fabrics commonly used to make serapes.
Serape stoles are worn by students during graduation ceremonies as a symbol of their cultural heritage and identity. They serve as a visual representation of the student's connection to their roots and their pride in their cultural background.
The use of serape stoles is a way to celebrate the rich cultural traditions of Mexico and other Latin American countries, and to recognize the contributions and achievements of students from these communities. By wearing the stole, the student can demonstrate their pride in their heritage and their commitment to preserving their cultural traditions.