Women's Pink Floral Shawls(28 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Pink Floral Shawls
I ordered this scarf as a wrap for my mother of the bride dress. The colors perfectly compliment the dress and the size is just right.
A Piece OF Art
The pictures do not do my beautiful shawl justice. The color is vibrant and the attention to detail seen in each stitch is wonderful. The shawl brings back memories of watching my grandmother crochet a pattern similar to the one in this shawl. Thank you for sharing your talent with the world. I will think of you every time I wear the shawl.
Mridulika Block-print silk shawls
"In this high tech digital world, the true beauty and appeal of handcrafts is losing its place, but with the support of craft lovers, we would be able to revive the art."
Popular Women's Pink Floral Shawls
Handwoven Cotton and Silk Blend Scarf in Rose from India, "Rose Peacock"
Working in a style of traditional Indian handicrafts, Isha Jain creates a sweet and lovely wrap scarf. This scarf is woven entirely by hand from a cotton and silk blend, which features a solid rose color with printed floral motifs. Printed peacocks accentuate each end of this scarf, which is further enhanced with golden embroidery that is applied by hand.
Warm Wool Jamawar Shawl Wrap, "Pastel Dreams"
Exquisitely detailed, this woven shawl celebrates India’s legendary tradition where patterns were once embroidered with devotion. These ancient textiles were embroidered by hand with such intricate detail that a person could finish only one shawl in his lifetime. Jamawar shawls were not sold, but were given to kings and queens who, in turn, gave the artisan properties according to the worth of the shawl. Nowadays authentic jamawar is virtually unavailable, and only replicas such as this are available. Sandeep Malhotra presents this warm wool shawl in soft pastel hues.
Hand-Embroidered Light Pink Paisley Motif Shawl from India, "Pink Blush"
This graceful cotton-silk blend shawl is designed by Uma Tripathi and is hand-embroidered with traditional Indian work, where patterns are block-printed onto fabric to use as a guide for the hand-embroidery. The shawl's natural ivory color is accented with light pink paisley, floral blooms and leaves, and tiny metallic details throughout the entire panel. The ends of the shawl are neatly stitched with ivory rayon thread, employing another traditional embroidery style, , displaying triangle motifs that evoke hills.
Rose Pink and Brown Bold Floral Motif Cotton Blend Rebozo, "Bountiful Bouquet in Rose"
Bold and beautiful, this cotton blend rebozo makes a statement. Designed by Benjamin Garcia of Mexico, the rebozo is handwoven with large, detailed flowers in rose pink on a chestnut brown background. A pink band with a rosebud motif borders the rebozo on all sides. Both ends of the rebozo are finished in knotted fringe.