Women's Patterned Silk Shawls(175 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Patterned Silk Shawls
A favorite scarf for contrast & design.
Truly enjoy every aspect, even if the silk is abit thin. The design is marvelous, the colors pop, a very happy customer of these artisans!
Beautiful soft colors and quality fabric. Wore it at my son s wedding to complement the Indian background on the bride s side.
Great for both personal use and gifting.
Gorgeous scarf. It has that luxurious feel of a high quality silk. Beautiful hand painted design, this scarf adds up a glamorous touch to any outfit.
Popular Women's Patterned Silk Shawls
Fair Trade Batik Silk Patterned Blue Shawl, "Java Starlight"$59.99
Inspired by Java's legendary batik art tradition, Yuni Kristina designs a spectacular silk shawl in cool blue. She adapts the traditional pattern, which allows for a series of motifs such as stars or flowers, to appear within squares forming an admirable trellis effect.
Pink on Gray Cotton and Silk Block Printed Shawl, "Fortune's Elegance"$54.99
Isha Jain presents a gray shawl of gracious beauty and elegance woven of a cotton and silk blend. The shawl’s luxurious textures are adorned with pink mandalas and curling vines block-printed by hand. Golden selvage frames this beautiful shawl from India.
Tie Dye Blue and Rose Varanasi Silk Shawl, "Festive Color Fusion"$39.99
By Madhu Agrawal, this beautiful shawl gives a modern look to traditional Varanasi silk, which originated in the town of Banaras. The strands are tie-dyed before they are patiently woven by hand, with nuances of fuchsia, teal, orange, yellow and green that ripple across an expanse of blue.
Gold Color Hand Woven Alpaca and Silk Blend Shawl from Peru, "Andean Gold"$59.99
Featuring a handwoven, striped design from baby alpaca and silk blend fibers in gold, chestnut, and eggshell white colors, this elegant shawl captures the textured spirit of the Andes. Finished with fringes on the end, the shawl is designed by Peruvian duo Raquel and Gregor, who use natural materials to craft accessories that benefit local artisans and families.
Baby alpaca refers to the fine fleece from the season's first shearing.