Women's Geometric Scarves(69 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Geometric Scarf Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
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"A challenge is to teach my children and members of the community to weave, just as my parents taught me. In this way, we will preserve the handloom tradition."
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Popular Women's Geometric Scarves
Reversible Ivory and Black Alpaca Blend Knit Scarf from Peru, "Incan Inspiration"$39.99
Fretwork inspired by Incan cultural figures adorns the edges of this versatile scarf from Peru's Waldo Berrios. Knit from soft alpaca fleece blended with acrylic and wool, the reversible scarf has the pre-Hispanic motif in alabaster against a black background on one side and vice-versa on the other.
Square Pattern Viscose Blend Shawl Crafted in India, "Delhi Charm"$19.99
Showcasing the charm of handicrafts from Delhi, Indian artisan Danish Ansari creates this beautiful scarf. This scarf is woven by hand from a luxurious viscose blend, resulting in square patterns of indigo, teal, and ivory that are combined together to create various shades. Tasseled fringes decorate the exterior of this square scarf, which is accented at the corners with elegantly dangling tassels.
Handmade Geometric Cotton Striped Scarf, "Blue Totonicapan Diamonds"$34.99
Woven by hand, this beautiful scarf features diamond motifs. They are a symbol of designs by Miguel Hernandez and his family. He alternates bands of royal blue with open spaces that feature the black warp threads so the scarf drapes beautifully. He names it for Totonicapan, a Guatemalan village renowned for its weaving arts.
Block-Printed Geometric Silk Wrap Scarf from India, "Modern Beauty"$49.99
In hues of charcoal and peach, geometric motifs and abstract zigzags are block-printed onto the ivory body of this wrap scarf from India. Designed by Rajnandinee and Srabonti, this fine scarf is woven by hand from luxurious Tussar silk in the tradition of Bengali handicrafts.