Women's Striped Silk Shawls(80 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Striped Silk Shawls
I love it!
The material feels so soft and it will be warm. I was a little worried about the colors (I as looking for a solid teal) but they are perfect, light on one side and darker on the other, and they shimmer. It will go with everything. Ive had a 50% silk, 50% wool shawl for about 20 years and now wear it every day when its cool. This is a great replacement. Thank you very much.
Beautiful autumnal colors
I was a little concerned at first because I thought this looked a little shiny in the photo. However, the colors are more muted, and I prefer this. Though gold is the predominant color, there are slight lines of rust and dark green as well. The fabric is soft. I wish it were a bit wider, but I love it anyhow!
Popular Women's Striped Silk Shawls
Candy Colored Striped 100% Silk Shawl from India, "Sweet Delights"
Sweet stripes in candy-like colors evoke fond memories of childhood in this shawl from India's Rajnandinee and Srabonti. The shawl is hand-woven from silk and then carefully block printed in cherry red, nutmeg and fuchsia colors. Bands of solid cherry red are at both ends and in the middle, and the shawl features delicate knotted fringe.
Tie-Dyed Silk Shawl in Sand and Cyan Stripes from Thailand, "Shifting Sands"
With a dedication to her craft, Vinita weaves this shawl by hand from 100% silk fibers, adding delicate fringes that dangle from the end. The sandy tan and cyan blue stripes present on the shawl are achieved with the tie-dye technique, resulting in a complex pattern full of character.
Gold Color Hand Woven Alpaca and Silk Blend Shawl from Peru, "Andean Gold"
Featuring a handwoven, striped design from baby alpaca and silk blend fibers in gold, chestnut, and eggshell white colors, this elegant shawl captures the textured spirit of the Andes. Finished with fringes on the end, the shawl is designed by Peruvian duo Raquel and Gregor, who use natural materials to craft accessories that benefit local artisans and families.
Baby alpaca refers to the fine fleece from the season's first shearing.