Women's Striped Scarves(270 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Striped Scarf Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Women's Striped Scarves
A jewel of a scarf!
Baby alpaca scarves are the best: super soft and not scratchy on my neck. This one is full of beautiful jewel tones, and expertly woven. Love the bright fuchsia thread running through the blue!
A beautiful scarf - so nicely made, so soft!
My thanks to the Ulloa family listed on the shipping paper as the artist who created this scarf. I gave this as a gift, it was greatly appreciated and I was so pleased at the beauty and quality.
Baby Alpaca Texture in Blue
Gave this as a gift. Wished I had bought one for myself! Very pretty in person and made a wonderful gift!
Raquel and Gregor Alpaca accessories
"We would like to thank you for supporting our art, which in turn will benefit many Peruvian families."
Popular Women's Striped Scarves
Earth-Tone 100% Alpaca Wrap Scarf from Peru, "Inca Earth"$49.99
Evoking the textiles of the ancient Inca, this wrap scarf is created by Ana Fernandez in Peru. She selects luxuriously soft 100% alpaca wool, which she uses to knit this lovely cold weather accessory. It features stripes and vine patterns in taupe and other hues.
Colorful 100% Cotton Hand Woven Infinity Scarf from Thailand, "Radiant Horizon"
Vinita of Thailand presents this lovely striped scarf in purple, magenta, blue, and brown. Thai artisans meticulously weave this cotton infinity scarf by hand, creating the perfect accessory for a chilly day.
Heathered Zigzag Striped Alpaca Blend Wrap Scarf from Peru, "Heathered Zigzag"$39.99
Subtly heathered zigzag stripes create a fashionable design along the length of this fantastic wrap scarf from Peru. Designed by Alfredo Falcon, the scarf is knit of soft alpaca blend fibers, finished with a ridged pattern at each end.
Alpaca Wool Striped Scarf, "Lavish Winter"$69.99
With a flair for lavish and vibrant colors, Fernando Cano designs a cozy scarf for those harsh winter months. The wonderful palette of colors includes blue, green, yellow and orange. Cano knits the scarf with alpaca, one of the warmest wools, coveted since the days of the Inca Empire.