Women's Shawls $60 to $100(320 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Shawls $60 to $100 Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Women's Shawls $60 to $100
My colleagues continue to attempt to borrow
Oh yes, if I dont pin this to my body, with a brooch, my female colleagues would borrow this, permanently........the first time I walked into the clinic, with this wrapped around me, eyes followed me everywhere.....
Swathed in the softest hug......
..The picture itself, does not do the shawl justice. It is a remarkably breath taking song and dance of interwoven beauty. Soft to the touch, elegant around the shoulders.....one of the most wonderous advantages that we women have, is to enjoy the good fortune of wearing a garment like this!!
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Popular Women's Shawls $60 to $100
Reversible Indian Wool Peacock Wrap, "Peacock Pride"$99.95
In Hindu cosmology, the god of war rides a peacock. Beautiful and proud, Kartikeya’s peacock mount represents his power to conquer earthly desires—even the peacock’s well-deserved ego. The woven pattern of this beautiful hand-loomed shawl resembles peacock feathers, offered in a color combination of teal and russet or black and russet. Similar in style to a Peruvian ruana, this wrap can be worn as a layering piece when a day at the museum turns into a night of strolling unfamiliar streets. It is also a perfect personal throw for home or travel.
Fine Silk Alpaca Blend Lightweight Shawl, "Cuzco Cinnamon"
By Felipe Berckholtz, this delightful shawl is woven from a blend of silk and baby alpaca, the fine wool from the season's first shearing. With fringe at the ends and unhemmed borders, the lightweight cinnamon brown wrap drapes beautifully.
Alpaca Wool Patterned Shawl, "Huancayo Blues"$77.99
Weaving on a traditional loom, Wilmer Vilchez creates a warm cozy shawl for those cold weather days. He selects a rich blue spectrum as he weaves the shawl of baby alpaca, the wool obtained from the season's first shear and noted for its fine soft fleece.