Large Jackets(30 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Large Jacket Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Large Jackets
I love this jacket.
I wore this jacket to the opera just before the pandemic started and felt so elegant. The fabric is beautiful. Ill be wearing it again when its safe to gather in public.
Wonderfully crafted, warm & very soft, love it!
I was amazed how quickly my jacket arrived. It was wrapped so nicely in a gauzy white bag.It s well made with good details. The zippers on the sleeves are a nice embellishment.The lambskin is warm and very soft. Wonderfully crafted. Fits great. I love it!
Flashback for my mother
As soon as I saw this jacket, it reminded me of a sweater that my mother wore as a teenager, so nostalgic!! It is absolutely beautiful and extremely well made. Even the zipper fob has so much character. She LOVES it and looks beautiful wearing it!! She receives compliments every time she wears it too.
Popular Large Jackets
Hand Crafted Indian Indigo Cotton jacket, "Indigo Beauty"$99.95
Indian artisan Aftab excels at dabu printing, a traditional craft of the Rajasthani village Akola that dates back to the 8th century AD. Here he uses the hand-block printed, mud-resist dabu technique in a natural indigo dye to create a lightly quilted cotton jacket. It features a crisp piping detail along the collar and no-fastener front.
Moto Style Leather Jacket in Cinnamon, "Stylish Elegance"$179.99
Supple lambskin leather in cinnamon brown becomes a stunning jacket in the hands of Shamsher Ali in India. The on-trend moto styling and shapely princess-seamed silhouette make it a flattering addition to any closet. Fully lined, the jacket features a zipper closure, angled zipper pockets and zippers at the cuffs.
Long Hand Woven Ikat Cotton Duster Jacket, "Kartini"$109.95
Ully from Java creates a long cotton duster replete with global chic style. The long, open jacket is woven by hand using the method, whereby warp and/or weft threads are bound and dyed prior to weaving to create distinctive patterns. The black and grey jacket is the perfect way to add a little drama and sophistication to an outfit. The artisan names her design Kartini, who is a national hero and a pioneer for women's rights in Indonesia.
Due to the hand-dyed and handwoven nature of ikat, patterns or position of motifs may vary from garment to garment, making each a unique work of art. The overall color scheme will remain the same.
Brindavan Gardens Reversible Jacket, "Brindavan Gardens"
The mirrored paisley pattern that decorates this lightly quilted, reversible wool jacket is inspired by the symmetrical design of Brindavan Gardens in the southwestern Indian state of Karnataka. The jacket's iridescent lavender side is a nod to the colorfully lit, musical fountains that are the gardens' main attraction.