Women's Silk Blend Shawls(180 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Silk Blend Shawl Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Women's Silk Blend Shawls
Beautiful soft colors and quality fabric. Wore it at my son s wedding to complement the Indian background on the bride s side.
I love it!
The material feels so soft and it will be warm. I was a little worried about the colors (I as looking for a solid teal) but they are perfect, light on one side and darker on the other, and they shimmer. It will go with everything. Ive had a 50% silk, 50% wool shawl for about 20 years and now wear it every day when its cool. This is a great replacement. Thank you very much.
This shawl is luxurious. It has depth to its color and the material is of high quality. I purchased this for myself and plan to pick up an additional color for my mother-in-law.
Popular Women's Silk Blend Shawls
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.
Handwoven Cotton and Silk Blend Scarf in Rose from India, "Rose Peacock"$39.99
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.
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.