Indian Women's Viscose Blend Shawls(52 items)
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Sheer Perfection ,Sheer Perfection
A lightweight shawl of sheer shimmering perfection.,A lightweight shawl of shimmering perfection .
This is an absolutely beautiful shawl. I bought one for myself and when I received it I liked it so much I bought one as a gift for a family member.
Perfect touch of lace!
I wanted a semi-neutral shawl to wear on cool evenings, and this shawl doesn?t disappoint. I love it with jeans and a simple top, or with a dress. Lovely, soft, and well made item.
"Karmabhoomi uses Ladakh’s abundant resources to generate incomes for the villagers which will be invested in the local people's education."
Popular Indian Women's Viscose Blend Shawls
Embellished Viscose Blend Shawl in Indigo from India, "Indigo Shimmer"$14.99
Shimmering elegantly, glamorous sequins create striped patterns along this shawl from India. Danish Ansari creates this shawl, which is woven from a viscose blend in solid indigo. Petite fringe work decorates the ends of this shawl, which can double as a wrap scarf.
Taupe Grey Wool Blend Shawl Trimmed with Floral Lace, "Infinite Kashmir"$47.99
In versatile grey, this shawl is designed to accessorize with infinite elegance. Florid lace runs across the middle of the wrap to trim the borders with exquisite sophistication. The lightweight shawl is woven of a rich wool and viscose blend featuring subtle diamond patterns known in Kashmir as
Viscose Blend Floral and Paisley Shawl from India, "Paisley & Floral Grandeur"$37.99
Vibrant hues of crimson, cyan and pale yellow create a beautiful piece of wearable art. India's Seema presents this stylish shawl, which is a viscose blend. The shawl features a paisley and floral motif, while fringe adorns the ends.
Hand Painted Silk Blend Shawl Plum Blossom from India, "Purple Plum Blossoms"$89.99
Indian artisans Anu and Mohit find inspiration wherever they go, working together to create elegant shawls that reflect the beauty of the world. With this hand-painted viscose and silk blend shawl, they present a purple floral design reminiscent of the plum blossoms at the Ginza temple in Kyoto, Japan. With shades of pale lilac, ginger, and ivory, this Kashmir-style shawl is woven using the technique, which produces diamond-shaped patterns in the fabric.