Women's Scarves $60 to $100(175 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Scarves $60 to $100 Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Women's Scarves $60 to $100
It is light, lovely, and warm. Gorgeous texture. This was the 1st alpaca scarf from this artist, and I later purchased a similar one in turquoise. Love them both.
First-rate quality through and through
Beautiful weaving. Very soft to the touch. Colors are richer and even darker than appear in photos. Highly recommend.
This scarf is absolutely beautiful, and soft to the touch. We ordered it just a couple of days before my sister?s birthday, and it arrived right on time. I was very impressed with the service. The free gift wrap and the ability to add a note was definitely appreciated and an extra added attraction. Thank you so much. I plan to be a repeat customer!
Felipe Berckholtz Alpaca apparel and accessories
"Whenever I want to create something new and interesting, I look my beloved Peru for inspiration — our cultural diversity, colors and customs."
Popular Women's Scarves $60 to $100
Dusty Lilac 100% Alpaca Scarf Diamond Motif from Peru, "Antique Lilac Allure"$77.99
Carrying on the profession of his mother, Wilber Calapuja is an artisan from Peru who specializes in crafting beautiful attire. He knits this scarf from 100% alpaca wool that is soft and elegant. Created in dusty lilac, it features diamond-shaped patterns knitted along its length.
Tulip Motif Signed Hand Painted Silk Batik Scarf, "Treasured Tulips"
This silk scarf is handmade in Armenia by sisters Anna and Azatuhi Stepanyan, in a tribute to the femininity and harmony living inside each woman. The scarf is hand painted in the technique of cold batik. Soft blue, purple and gold combine in a stylized field of tulips.
Alpaca Wool Patterned Scarf, "Diamond of the Andes"$69.99
Fernando Cano combines a vibrant palette of colors to contrast with cold wintry days in the design of this scarf. Knit of warm alpaca wool, the scarf's red, maroon, and orange hues underscore interlocking diamonds in a design of elegant energy. For centuries, alpaca has been prized in the Andean region for its incredibly warm, lightweight and soft textures.