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Scarves worn over the shoulder

Postby Lingpupa » Fri May 10, 2013 6:06 pm

I am new to Bön, so forgive me if this seems dumb.
I have come into contact with a Bön sangha (and may I say they seem like a good bunch at first or second meeting). They clearly have a "thing" about wearing a scarf over one shoulder or the other (according to gender), loosely tied over the opposite hip. The colours seem to simply be whatever fashion colours take the wearers' fancy, though there may be something I have not cottoned on to. (Then again, this is in Italy, so you have to expect a bit of stylish wearing. :smile: ).
What's the scoop?
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Re: Scarves worn over the shoulder

Postby kalden yungdrung » Thu May 23, 2013 10:11 am

Lingpupa wrote:I am new to Bön, so forgive me if this seems dumb.
I have come into contact with a Bön sangha (and may I say they seem like a good bunch at first or second meeting). They clearly have a "thing" about wearing a scarf over one shoulder or the other (according to gender), loosely tied over the opposite hip. The colours seem to simply be whatever fashion colours take the wearers' fancy, though there may be something I have not cottoned on to. (Then again, this is in Italy, so you have to expect a bit of stylish wearing. :smile: ).
What's the scoop?
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Maybe zou have a photo because i cannot see what zou are meaning?

Sure at the web zou could google for that photo. Then do upload that here please.


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Re: Scarves worn over the shoulder

Postby Lingpupa » Fri May 24, 2013 4:47 pm

Ah, it's nice to have some kind of answer.
No, I don't have a picture. I do take pictures quite a lot, but didn't feel it was the right thing. I'll see if I can find one - or get someone to model one!
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