Fall Brown Striped(39 items)
Welcome to the Fall Brown Striped Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Fall Brown Striped
Took my breath away
The quality of material and color is wonderful. The collection of colors is so vibrant and earthy. What a great ruana, that can be quickly put on and look absolutely stunning.
Beautiful all occasions sweater.
This sweater is gorgeous, warm but breathable, and very comfortable. Casual yet sophisticated craftsmanship. Sizing does seem to run a bit small. Washing instructions are no joke with alpaca- so do make sure to handle with care. A very unique and cherished item.
Popular Fall Brown Striped
Cotton Handcrafted Thai Face Masks (Set of 4--2 L/ 2 SM), "Weekend Casual"$19.99
Colorful cotton lends a casual style to contoured face masks by Jamriang. Grey checks and charcoal plaid are fashioned into large masks while colorful dotted stripes on cream and sky blue striped fabric make smaller masks. Each one has three layers of fabric as well as a double layered cotton lining with an opening so you may insert a protective layer of tissue or paper towels. All are both washable and reusable, and feature elastic to loop over the ears.
Cable Knit Alpaca Blend Cardigan in Navy from Peru, "Bold Cable in Navy"$149.99
Knit from an alpaca and wool blend, this cardigan is presented by Orkocraft Artisan Association, promoting Peruvian artisan women. Featuring a solid color in navy, this cardigan is decorated with a cable knit pattern on the right side with stripes of chestnut. A chestnut waistline, wrists, and lining complete this zip-up cardigan.
Men's Patterned Grey and Brown 100% Alpaca Pullover Sweater, "Granite"$119.99
Artisan Ana Fernandez of Peru designs this men's long-sleeve pullover sweater made from luxuriously soft 100% alpaca wool. In shades of grey and brown, the sweater features a variety of geometric patterns inspired by traditional motifs.
About her designs, the artisan says, “For me, designing is a fusion of ideas. I blend fashion trends with my own favorite sources of inspiration, which are Victorian textiles and our Peruvian culture. I love designing apparel of alpaca wool and cotton because this really makes a contribution to society. It lets me give jobs to local people, especially women who want to get ahead and move to central Peru seeking a better future.”