Women's Wool Accessories(494 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Wool Accessories Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Women's Wool Accessories
High quality socks
I ordered three pairs of these bison socks to give as gifts to my husband and sons and they all loved them!
What a charming headband —pattern and colors are bright and cheerful! Will look for more items from this artist. (Band is a bit tight for my head, but it is constructed with a piece of black elastic in the back, so I can easily insert a bit more elastic to add to the length.). The packaging it arrived in was delightful—tiny doll ornament and ribbon on patterned paper. What a fun surprise!
Sajad Handcrafted apparel, accessories and decor
"Apart from quality, the color combination counts a lot. I put a lot of effort into blending colors...."
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Popular Women's Wool Accessories
Peruvian Alpaca and Wool Blend Felt Hat in Taupe, "Munay in Taupe"$139.95
Featuring a solid color in taupe, soft alpaca and wool blend felt is used to create this fashionable hat from Peru. Andeana designs the hat, accented by a handwoven alpaca and wool blend belt that displays intricate diamond patterns. This delightful accessory features a structured top and a wide brim. Andeana names the hat meaning "with love" in Quechua.
Men's Heathered Donegal Wool Tweed Touring Cap, "Arranmore"$79.95
Donegal, Ireland, is synonymous with its famous woven tweed fabric. A century ago, a skilled home weaver might dye their yarn using natural materials like moss or blackberries. Today industrial looms keep the city humming, but the bespoke look of a tailored cap is as popular as ever. This flecked tweed touring cap features a slim cut and sporty, sewn-down peak.
Multi Colored Wool Jamawar Shawl Wrap, "Mughal Exuberance"
Mughal gardens inspire the creation of this shawl from India. Originally detailed with needlework, the imagery on this wool shawl is achieved on the loom. From Sandeep Malhotra, the composition includes flowers and paisleys growing wild over Mughal architectural motifs. The wrap is woven in a rich combination of colors that include maroon, black, brown, orange and olive green.