Options in Teal
Baby Alpaca and Silk Blend Teal and Grey Reversible Scarf
Options in Teal, Baby Alpaca and Silk Blend Teal and Grey Reversible Scarf
Felipe BerckholtzElegant and sumptuously soft, this baby alpaca and silk blend fringed scarf will add a touch of sophistication to any wardrobe. Presented by Felipe Berckholtz of Peru, this scarf is reversible, teal...$99.99
Artist: Felipe Berckholtz
Mists of Tomorrow
Handwoven Blue Teal and Purple Silk Scarf from Thailand
Mists of Tomorrow, Handwoven Blue Teal and Purple Silk Scarf from Thailand
VinitaRich shades of imperial purple, cornflower, and teal combine in this silk scarf by Vinita. The bark silk is hand-spun and woven, producing a slightly coarse, gauzy texture that shows the vivid colors...$29.99
Teal Silk Scarf Crafted from Hand Spun Yarns in Thailand
Summer Teal, Teal Silk Scarf Crafted from Hand Spun Yarns in Thailand
VinitaThis rich, deep teal scarf from Vinita in Thailand features the coarse nubby texture of "bark silk", or raw silk. The scarf is woven by hand with a loose, airy weave.Please note: This...$47.99
Reversible Rayon Scarf in Crimson and Ivory from Guatemala
Sweet Fruit, Reversible Rayon Scarf in Crimson and Ivory from Guatemala
Waqxaqi' Kan Women's GroupHandwoven from rayon on the traditional backstrap loom, this reversible wrap scarf from Guatemala is sure to fit your every mood. Members of the Waqxaqi' Kan Women's Group create the scarf, featuring...$49.99
Artist: Waqxaqi' Kan Women's Group
Artisan Crafted 100% Silk Teal Wrap Scarf from Thailand
Peacock Blue, Artisan Crafted 100% Silk Teal Wrap Scarf from Thailand
VinitaThis bold hand woven scarf is presented by Thai artisan Vinita. She dyes 100% silk threads a deep teal and weaves them by hand, creating this beautiful wrap scarf with a delicate fringe.$29.99
Bird Home in Emerald
Batik Painted Bird Rayon Scarf in Emerald from Thailand
Bird Home in Emerald, Batik Painted Bird Rayon Scarf in Emerald from Thailand
Sakornrat SinthuratTwo loving birds make a home together among the leaves, finding a perfect place to hatch their eggs. Growing up with a family history in textiles, Sakornrat Sinthurat designs this magnificent wrap...$89.99
Artist: Sakornrat Sinthurat
Backstrap Loom Handwoven Cotton Scarf in Teal and Grey
Teal Shadow, Backstrap Loom Handwoven Cotton Scarf in Teal and Grey
Yolanda and Antonia PanjojWoven by hand on a backstrap loom, this beautiful scarf combines threads of grey and rich teal blue. Yolanda and Antonia Panjoj add luscious macramé fringe to a classic cotton fashion accessory.$59.99
Artist: Yolanda and Antonia Panjoj
Handwoven Fringed Silk Shawl in Teal from Thailand
Comforting Teal, Handwoven Fringed Silk Shawl in Teal from Thailand
VinitaThailand's Vinita proudly presents this shawl, hand-weaving it from the finest silk fibers for a soft, lightweight accessory. Finished with petite fringes on the ends, the wrap features a solid color...$39.99
Batik Printed Silk Scarf
Ocean Delight, Batik Printed Silk Scarf
VinitaGive your next ensemble a shot of bold color with this luxurious scarf designed by Thailand's Vinita. Crafted from 100% silk, the vivid scarf is hand dyed using traditional batik methods, giving the...$47.99
Rayon Silk Blend Scarf Tie Dye Blue and Teal from Thailand
Rainwater, Rayon Silk Blend Scarf Tie Dye Blue and Teal from Thailand
VinitaShades of teal and midnight blue fall down this scarf like drops of rain. The scarf is handwoven from rayon and silk blend fibers, featuring tie-dye motifs by Thailand's Vinita. The artisan adds...$47.99
Inca Festival in Teal
Heathered Teal Patterned 100% Alpaca Wool Knit Hat
Inca Festival in Teal, Heathered Teal Patterned 100% Alpaca Wool Knit Hat
Rogelio QuispeInspired by traditional Inca textiles, Rogelio Quispe in Peru creates this beautiful knit hat. The hat is crafted of soft 100% alpaca yarns in heathered teal with a patterned design in olive, mulberry...$44.99
Artist: Rogelio Quispe
Teal Patterned Baby Alpaca Blend Scarf
Peacock Path, Teal Patterned Baby Alpaca Blend Scarf
Raquel and GregorA heart-shaped pattern distinguishes this beautiful scarf from Peru's Raquel and Gregor. Artisans use traditional looms to weave the scarf from soft baby alpaca blend yarns in wisteria, teal and royal...$59.99
Artist: Raquel and Gregor
Enchanting Love in Teal
Hand Woven Fringed Silk Scarf in Teal from Thailand
Enchanting Love in Teal, Hand Woven Fringed Silk Scarf in Teal from Thailand
VinitaWith a feminine pintucked pattern, this scarf is designed with a solid color in teal by Vinita of Thailand. The artisan weaves the scarf by hand from 100% silk fibers, adding delicate fringes to the...$49.99
Hand Woven Fringed Silk Scarf in Blue-Green from Thailand
Sweet Wonder, Hand Woven Fringed Silk Scarf in Blue-Green from Thailand
VinitaA medley of teal, robin's egg blue, and azure colors adorns the surface of this ombré scarf. The scarf is handwoven from 100% silk fibers by Vinita of Thailand, with a crinkled texture and delicate...$44.99
Magenta and Blue-Green Scarf
Magenta Mood, Magenta and Blue-Green Scarf
Elena IxtamerCarrying on a family legacy, Elena Ixtamer in Guatemala designs wonderful accessories that are woven on traditional waist looms. This beautiful scarf combines pure cotton yarns in magenta and deep...$39.99
Artist: Elena Ixtamer
100% Alpaca Wrap Scarf in Teal and Cerulean from Peru
Winter Rhombi, 100% Alpaca Wrap Scarf in Teal and Cerulean from Peru
Fernando CanoPerfect for keeping warm during the cold months, this wrap scarf from Peru is knit from alpaca wool for a soft, warm fit. Fernando Cano designs the scarf, adding rhombus motifs in cerulean and crimson...$54.99
Artist: Fernando Cano
Hand Spun Silk Scarf Woven in Teal and Green
Teal Iridescence, Hand Spun Silk Scarf Woven in Teal and Green
VinitaThailand's Vinita creates a teal iridescent effect for the design of this stunning scarf. The scarf is woven on a traditional loom with hand-spun silk dyed in shades of greenish blue, dark green and...$47.99
Women's Teal Accessories(17 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Teal Accessories Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
The Village Council
Your answers straight from the village experts
Hand-washing and dry cleaning are the most common ways to care for and clean shawls. Many of our alpaca shawls specifically indicate dry-cleaning or hand-washing with cold water. Because shawls are delicate, a garment bag is a good way to prevent damage. Avoid direct sunlight and high heat. As always, it is important to follow the care instructions specific to the fabric of your shawl.
The great thing about shawls is that they are versatile. One can find a shawl for every season. Warmth is often based on the tightness of the weave and the type of material used. Alpaca fiber is known for its thermal capacity and provides an optimal degree of warmth. Sheep wool also acts as an insulator, absorbing moisture and creating a feeling of coziness for the wearer. Shawls made of cashmere and pashmina are light and thin, yet still provide a high degree of warmth. In Mexico, shawls made from San Juan Chamula sheep keep one warm and comfortable.
Comfort is always a question of preference, but certain fabrics lend themselves to softness and warmth. Shawls from the Andes are made from super soft alpaca fibers, and provide wearers a high level of comfort. Similarly, in Thailand and Bali, silk shawls are always favorites. Depending on ones climate, particular shawls may be preferable. Central American shawls made from cotton and rayon keep wearers cool in warm climates, whereas bamboo and acrylic shawls are great for cold weather. During hot summers, Indian shawls made of modal, silk, and viscose are a perfect option, and merino wool and cashmere are ideal for winter. West Africa stands by the luxurious comfort of their 100% cotton shawls, and Mexico prioritizes comfort with their beautiful wool designs.
It depends on what you mean by handmade. We support artisans who work in the ancient traditions of their ancestors, crafting items by hand, with patience and love. But techniques vary among shawl makers. Embroidery, hand-painting, stitching, and sewing are often part of the process. Some artisans do use power looms when crafting their shawls, but even in those instances, there is no mega-factory or mass production line behind the garment. The beauty, creativity, and inspiration for each shawl comes from the artists own heart. Our product descriptions will always specify if an item is hand-woven, hand-knit, or otherwise.
The shawl comes to us full of history, culture, and heritage. Each region invests its shawls with different symbols, patterns, and designs. Some shawls, like those in West Africa and the Andes, feature linear and geometric shapes, clean lines and patterns that have been passed down through the centuries. In Bali, we find elaborate batik designs, a technique that makes use of alternating dye and wax to block color. In Central America, embroidered and woven shawls incorporate designs inspired by corn, butterflies, and birds. Floral patterns are very popular in Indian shawls, particularly in pashminas from Kashmir. Gujarati shawls often depict geometric shapes, and artisans increasingly incorporate contemporary designs through hand-painted fabric. Thailand also integrates floral patterning, often using the yok dok technique, a brocade style that leaves the fabric slightly raised. This emphasis on brocade is also evident in Mexican shawls, with lavish designs in the form of frets, flowers and geometric figures, all inspired by pre-Hispanic cultures.
Fibers, dyes, and fabrics come together in innovative, unique ways during the creation of a shawl. Different regions rely on resources that are readily available and have cultural significance. In West Africa, 100% cotton and rayon frequently make their appearances in shawls. In Bali and Thailand, soft silk lends a luxuriousness to the shawl. Central American artisans incorporate bamboo rayon, while India makes use of wool and silk. Mexico boasts an array of vibrant natural and cotton yarn dyes, and artisans from the Andes weave shawls out of soft alpaca fiber.
Throughout the world, the shawl is considered a venerated garment, made by hand from techniques passed down through generations. The methods for making traditional shawls vary as widely as the regions from which they come. But most employ some method of hand knitting or weaving on a loom. In the Andes, for example, crocheting and flat weaving on a treadle loom are common techniques. In Central America, backstrap and foot looms are popular with artisans. In Bali, one finds intricate sewing, in addition to weaving. And in India and Thailand, practices of hand-painting fabric, batik, and the use of natural dyes are intimately tied to the creation of shawls.
Featured Reviews on Women's Teal Accessories
This was a Christmas gift for my step daughter. The scarf is beautiful and perfect in every way. She loved it.
I had lost my favorite scarf recently and spent more time than I want to admit trying to find a replacement. I found this scarf and it is beautiful. It might even be nicer than the scarf I lost, which was a top brand. I look forward to wearing it.
perfect, beautiful color, so delicate and light.....and surprisingly very warm. Delivery very quick and packaging and presentation faultless.
Vinita Batik accessories
When asked about any challenges to overcome, I would say that I never have any obstacles. I think I do what I can do and don't force things that aren't ready or things that I cannot do.'