Balinese Summer Fashion(406 items)
Welcome to the Balinese Summer Fashion Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Balinese Summer Fashion
These masks are great for covering the mouth and nose, very comfortable and due to single layer very easy to breathe through. Very pretty also.
Comfortable, breathable and beautiful!
I bought this robe to relax in and with every use it got softer and softer to wear. Feels very comfortable and looks flattering to roam around in. The pattern is so unique and drape wonderfully. I feel truly blessed to be able to wear something that was handmade and looks so beautiful.
Saktut Raitawati Batik robes and apparel
"My feelings of motherhood are pure happiness and this motivates me to give my very best so my children can get a higher education and the best life possible."
"At the age of 16, I started working after school in a clothing shop to lift... read more
Popular Balinese Summer Fashion
Set of 3 Double Layer Rayon Batik Elastic Loop Face Masks, "Batik Magic"$19.99
Galuh Kenanga designs a set of three contoured face masks for comfort and fit. Crafted of Bali's legendary hand-stamped batik in blues, turquoise and purple tones, each one has two layers of fabric. All are washable and reusable, and feature elastic to loop over the ears.
The WHO recommends we use a cloth face covering when we’re in public, and the use of a mask is mandatory in some areas of the world.
Floral Embroidered White Rayon Blouse from Bali, "Blossom Delight"$69.95
By Made Suciati, this elegant blouse is cool and summery. Hand embroidery and openwork create a floral motif along the sleeves and borders. With its V-neck, three-quarter sleeves and button front, the chic top goes from dressy to casual.
Hand Stamped Black and Mint Rayon Batik Kimono, "Raindrops"$37.99
Designed by Galuh Kenanga in Bali, this breezy rayon kimono is the perfect topper when the weather is warm. It's a stylish addition to tanks or tees and cropped pants or shorts; or wear it as a coverup at the pool or beach. The fringed black and mint jacket is printed using the batik method, where a wax resist is used to create a stamped or painted pattern. The fabric is then dyed and the wax removed.
Blue and Purple Batik Rayon Tunic from Bali, "Balinese Waters"$99.95
Perfect for covering up during temperate seasons, this lovely tunic is created by Wayan Arta and Sharon in Bali. They craft this tunic from suave rayon, decorated using the batik method; a wax resist is hand-stamped onto the fabric before it is treated with dyes, resulting in cool hues of azure, Pacific blue, and violet, decorated with coin and spiral motifs.