Fall Paisley Fashion(32 items)
Welcome to the Fall Paisley Fashion Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Fall Paisley Fashion
My wife was vary happy when she received the cardigan. When I had told her it was handmade. She couldnt believe the quality craftsmanship and care that went into making this beautiful cardigan. All of the cardigan that she has bought are manufactured, non are as superior in quality as this cardigan. Wife is happy and that makes me happy.
The masks are made very well made and the single layer is easy to breathe through. Some of us have trouble breathing through masks (due to health issues) and these are perfect. They fit well and are comfortable. Island breeze designs are very pretty. I gave my sister one to try and this is the only one she can wear. She just placed an order for more thanks for helping her wear a mask. I do recommend hand wash.
Popular Fall Paisley Fashion
Boteh Embroidered Silk Jacket, "Boteh Garden"$159
, mango leaf, even Welsh pear--the pattern most commonly known as paisley in the West goes by many different names. The teardrop-shaped, abstract floral comes in infinite variations, and here they're embroidered on an elegant jacket made of raw silk. The fully-lined jacket features split sleeves that can be folded back.
Mumbai Jazz Open Cardigan, "Mumbai Jazz"$149.95
During the 19th century, woven wool shawls from India were all the rage in Europe and America. By the Jazz Age of the 1920s, many women who had inherited these shawls were ready to embrace the new, relaxed fashions of their era and remade the shawls into skirts and jackets. Our fringed jacket is crafted in that spirit, transforming a timeless paisley motif in lightweight wool into a jacket that looks like a wrap but is easier to wear.
Indian Jamawar Wool Shawl with Paisley Motifs, "Himalayan Heirloom"$64.95
Colorful flowers dance under paisley clouds in a stunning from Sandeep Malhotra. So intricate was the work that a person could finish only one shawl in his lifetime. Such shawls were not sold, but were given to kings and queens who, in turn, gave the artisan properties according to the worth of the shawl. Authentic jamawar is virtually unavailable, but replicas such as this recall their amazing beauty. The wool wrap masterfully combines rich maroon, beige, black, olive and orange hues.