Women's Wool Blend Scarves(37 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Wool Blend Scarf Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
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Popular Women's Wool Blend Scarves
Alpaca Blend Crimson and Cinnabar Scarf, "Red Paracas Shadows"$39.99
Waldo Berrios selects a jacquard knit to create a whisper of pre-Hispanic splendor on this scarf. The Peruvian designer works in a blend of alpaca wool, renowned for its lightweight warmth, combining geometric motifs in crimson and cinnabar red.
Reversible Variegated Brown and Black Alpaca Blend Scarf, "Marbled Beauty"$39.99
Andean artisan Waldo Berrios crafts a knit scarf with an intriguing variegated pattern. Streaks in a spice hue swirl against a black background, and since the accessory is reversible, the other side presents the same design, with a spice backdrop dappled with black veins. The versatile scarf features an alpaca, acrylic, and wool blend for softness and warmth.
Black and Pumpkin Knit Alpaca Blend Wrap Scarf from Peru, "Black and Pumpkin Andes"$39.99
Inspired by the styles of the Andean mountains, Peruvian artisan Waldo Berrios creates this fashionable wrap scarf. This scarf is knit from a luxuriously soft alpaca blend, which features contrasting hues of black and pumpkin that create zigzags and circle patterns.
Alpaca Blend Scarf in Eggplant and Burgundy from Peru, "Eggplant Chan Chan"$39.99
Elegant motifs in colors of eggplant and burgundy decorate the length of this Peruvian wrap scarf, knit from alpaca blend yarn. Waldo Berrios designs the scarf, inspired by the architecture found at the ancient city of Chan Chan. In the ancient Chimú language, means "sun."