Women's Printed Batik Scarves(26 items)
Featured Review on Women's Printed Batik Scarves
Gorgeous and vibrant! The perfect accent to my sage green sweater outfit. beautiful packaging as well. Thank you!
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Popular Women's Printed Batik Scarves
Floral Batik Cotton Scarf in Snow White from India, "Wavy Floral in Snow White"
Against a body of snow white, lovely waves of blue alongside orange alongside floral motifs decorate this square cotton wrap scarf from India. Hayat Gutti designs this scarf, decorated in the batik style, a diligent process where a wax resist is block-printed before the fabric is colored with dyes. Blue veins decorate the white sections.
Batik Tie Dye Cotton Scarf in Caribbean Blue from India, "Caribbean Blue Waves"$29.99
Designed by Indian duo Krishna and Sharda, this cotton scarf features abstract and floral motifs in Caribbean blue, coal black, and snow white colors. The artisans apply the designs using a combination of tie dye and batik methods, where a wax resist is applied to the fabric before it is submerged in vats of dye. The elegant look of this piece makes for a wonderful companion wherever it goes.
Scarlet Batik Print Silk Scarf from Bali, "Lengko Scarlet"$74.99
Pure silk in pale apricot is printed with batik motifs in scarlet and blue-grey in this scarf from Melati's Collection in Bali. The artisan names the scarf , after a traditional Indonesian batik motif. The scarf arrives in a luxe gift box crafted of linen-covered wood with a suede accent and a silk lining.
Lavender Floral Silk Scarf with Fringe and Wood Gift Box, "Mystic Tundra"$77.99
Small flowers scattered across a vast tundra are the inspiration behind this scarf. By Melati's Collection, the scarf is 100% silk and has been created using batik dying methods. Batik is a traditional Indonesian dyeing method using wax resistant dye to make symbolic and celebratory patterns.
The scarf arrives in a gift box covered with linen and lined with satin.