Indian Women's Silk Scarves(80 items)
Featured Reviews on Indian Women's Silk Scarves
Luck? Skill? Both?
this is the most beautiful scarf! The colors are so fabulous. i will wear this often . This artist is superb. I will buy many more. I have already ordered the pink colors. You wont find this anywhere.
the floral renderings are excellent - detailed and graceful. the fabric is somewhat stiff..i like to use it as a waist tie. it hand washes fine so dont be afraid of the dry clean only tag.
Somu and Soma Handwoven and hand-painted Bengal silk fashion accessories
"Nature is the best teacher, and we believe it is the art of God. We always feel joy through our craft, as it is our way of meditating."
"My husband Somu has been very passionate about crafts since he was young. He studied textile design and then became a professional textile... read more
Popular Indian Women's Silk Scarves
Handwoven Silk Infinity Scarf in Gold and Paprika from India, "Creative Bliss in Gold"
Handwoven of fine silk, this creative infinity scarf from India is designed by Rajnandinee and Srabonti. It features a body of gold with paprika red borders. This scarf is decorated with colorful spiral and wave embroidery and is lined with a viscose blend.
India Hand Block-Printed Silk Scarf in Red on Ivory, "Graceful Red Geometry"
Geometric motifs in radiant red align on a graceful grid of parallel lines. Designed by Rajnandinee and Srabonti, this elegant scarf is crafted of handwoven silk to become a modern fashion favorite. Its patterns are created by hand with India's traditional block print technique.
Handwoven Ikat Silk Scarf Crafted in India, "Ikat Delicacy"
A symbol of the Hindu Renaissance, Banarasi silk is nothing short of luxurious. India's Madhu Agrawal presents this delicacy of a wrap scarf, woven by hand of fine Banarasi silk on a Jacquard pit loom. The colorful stripes are achieved using the ikat technique, where the threads are tie-dyed before being woven into this lovely accessory.
Handcrafted Ikat Tie-Dyed Silk Scarf from India, "Ikat Glamour"
A symbol of the Hindu Renaissance, Banarasi silk is nothing short of luxurious. India's Madhu Agrawal presents this glamorous wrap scarf, woven by hand of fine Banarasi silk on a jacquard loom. The vibrant, colorful stripes are achieved using the ikat technique, where the threads are tie-dyed before being woven into this lovely accessory. The width of the scarf allows it to double as a shawl.