Women's Tie Dye Hand Woven Scarves $20 to $40(25 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Tie Dye Hand Woven Scarves $20 to $40
Two complementary colors of scarves can be worn alone or together. I like the light weight so I don t overheat!
By Ann Y
This is a great scarf!
Chomsuda Samanas scarf Speckled Field in Iris is such a pretty scarf. Its casual and fun. I love the way the stripes vary from light to dark purple with white stripes to set off the colors. As with all Novica items, it was very well packed and quickly shipped. Thank you Chomsuda for a beautiful addition to my wardrobe.
This is exceptional. The colors are vibrant, the texture is so soft. I love this scarf. it is my favorite of all my scarves.
Chomsuda Samana Batik apparel and accessories
"When I look back at my decision to not go abroad, I don't regret it at all. If I had left Thailand, there'd have been no one to continue the batik work that my mother truly loves."
"My mother began working in batik in 1973, and I learned the techniques of textile dyeing, waxed drawing, and color combination from... read more
Popular Women's Tie Dye Hand Woven Scarves $20 to $40
Tie-Dyed Multicolored Cotton Wrap Scarf from Thailand, "Artistic Colors"$29.95
Decorated with artistic hues of blue, pink, and brown, this exciting wrap scarf from Thailand features an original design by Vinita. The skilled artisan hand-weaves the scarf of gauzy, lightweight cotton, applying the colors with the traditional tie-dye technique. Dainty fringes complete the scarf at each end.
Tied-Dyed Cotton Wrap Scarf in Pink and Purple from Thailand, "Fantastic Colors"
Decorated with fantastic hues of pink, purple, and blue, this impressive wrap scarf from Thailand features an original design by Vinita. The skilled artisan hand-weaves the scarf of cotton, applying the colors with the traditional tie-dye technique. Dainty fringes complete the scarf at each end.
Pair of Cotton Scarves in Shades of Blue, "Sea of Love"$29.99
Hand woven from 100% cotton, Vinita present this pair of wrap scarves in coordinating colors and complementary patterns. The first is tie-dyed in shades of azure, cerulean, and teal, while the second features a peacock blue on one end and sky blue on the other. Worn separately or together, the pair is sure to be a wardrobe staple.