Fall Balinese Clothing(40 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Fall Balinese Clothing Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans from Bali and Java.
Featured Reviews on Fall Balinese Clothing
Laps of Luxe
Just the right touch of elegance to lounge in after a hot shower or deep soaking bath. Feels as good as it looks.
More than impressed
My parcel arrived today, and what a surprise. I did not expect to find such a high quality shirt in the small box that came in the mail. Colors are vibrant, the buttons are all very secure, and theres not a loose thread to be seen anywhere. The thickness of the cloth is ideal for warm weather. I tried it on, and found the size true to form (I wear a Large shirt, and this item fits exactly how I wanted it to fit.). Thank you for such an incredible product !
I love this!
One of the best robes I have ever had! Comfortable,soft and washes and drys beautifully. I give it 5 stars because it is perfect!
Popular Fall Balinese Clothing
White and Indigo Blue Rayon Kimono from Bali, "Tropical Rain"$129.99
NOVICA artisan Saktut Raitawati and Threads of Life have collaborated to presented this beautiful kimono-style jacket. The jacket is made from 100% rayon and woven in East Java. It is naturally dyed by Threads of Life using dye plants from indigo () and a mangrove species ().
Men's Short Sleeved Brown Cotton Batik Shirt from Bali, "Brown Leaf Shadows"$69.95
The unique design on this men’s cotton shirt was created using a traditional Indonesian hand-stamped batik process. Comfortable enough for casual daywear or for formal events on the islands, this garment by designer Donald Wira Putra features a chest pocket and coconut shell button placket. Pattern may slightly vary.
Leaf Motif Batik Rayon Kimono Jacket in Wisteria from Bali, "Denpasar Lady in Wisteria"$44.99
Offering the elegance of Denpasar handicrafts, Balinese designer Galuh Kenanga presents this beautifully feminine kimono jacket. Crafted of rayon, the wisteria kimono is decorated with bamboo motifs in sky blue with a touch of laurel. The motifs are applied using the batik technique, where a wax resist is stamped onto the fabric before it is dyed. Tassels complete the open jacket at each end.