Fall Black Bohemian(22 items)
Welcome to the Fall Black Bohemian Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Fall Black Bohemian
Strong and Artistic
I have used this little backpack for over a year and remains in great shape. I receive many compliments on the uniqueness and artistic quality. I love it!!
Popular Fall Black Bohemian
Handcrafted Crimson and Black Leather Backpack from Peru, "Ancient Elegance"$69.99
Crafted by hand of leather, this backpack from Peru is presented by Kathiana Quispe. It features a two-tone color scheme in black and crimson, decorated with embossed floral patterns and designs inspired by the history and culture of Cuzco. At the flap, two people walk with their llamas. On the body, the ancient city of Machu Picchu is depicted. Featuring two adjustable straps, the backpack opens with a buckle, revealing a simple, unlined interior with a drawstring at the top.
100% Cotton Shoulder Bag Black and Brick from Thailand, "Color of the Morning"$34.99
Brown and beige motifs are embroidered on a black shoulder bag in this piece by Thailand's Jiap Rojjana. Made from 100% cotton fibers, the bag features polyester cords and wood beads on the strap. A coconut shell button opens to reveal a cotton lining in black with an interior zipper pocket.
Black and Grey Peruvian Knit Bohemian Drape Poncho, "Black and Grey Beam of Light"$39.99
Peruvian artisan Alfredo Falcon captures the perfect elegance of black and pale grey in this knit poncho. A long drape and V-neck make this poncho a modern piece perfect for cool days and nights. This design features black backdrop accented by a white collar and bold stripe across the poncho's front and back.
Long Hand Woven Ikat Cotton Duster Jacket, "Kartini"$99.95
Ully from Java creates a long cotton duster replete with global chic style. The long, open jacket is woven by hand using the method, whereby warp and/or weft threads are bound and dyed prior to weaving to create distinctive patterns. The black and grey jacket is the perfect way to add a little drama and sophistication to an outfit. The artisan names her design Kartini, who is a national hero and a pioneer for women's rights in Indonesia.
Due to the hand-dyed and handwoven nature of ikat, patterns or position of motifs may vary from garment to garment, making each a unique work of art. The overall color scheme will remain the same.