Multicolor Clothing(220 items)
Welcome to the Multicolor Clothing Collection at NOVICA, designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Multicolor Clothing
A beautiful and comfy sweater. Feels great and it will keep me warm in winter but is not too heavy to use on cool evenings the rest of the year. The colours are fantastic.
My wife was vary happy when she received the cardigan. When I had told her it was handmade. She couldnt believe the quality craftsmanship and care that went into making this beautiful cardigan. All of the cardigan that she has bought are manufactured, non are as superior in quality as this cardigan. Wife is happy and that makes me happy.
Popular Multicolor Clothing
Handwoven Striped Cotton Poncho from Guatemala, "Beach Stripes"$67.99
Evoking the colors of the beach, stripes of turquoise, daffodil, strawberry, and pine green are created with cotton yarns that are carefully woven together by hand. Guatemala's Elena Ixtamer creates this artisanal poncho, which culminates in a pointed bottom that is accented by dangling fringes.
Check Pattern Alpaca Blend Poncho Sweater from Peru, "Cuzco Morning"$79.95
Decorated with checked patterns of taupe, saffron, maroon, and indigo, this poncho from Peru is woven from a sumptuously soft alpaca blend. Nestor Yana creates this bright cape, which features a shawl collar with a zip-up front.
Ombre Fade Knit Cotton Blend Pullover Sweater from Peru, "Sunset in Spring"$99.95
Knit from a cotton and viscose blend, this feminine pullover evokes the colors of spring. Intricate chevron and stripe patterns are diligently incorporated into the fibers. Peruvian artisan Patricia Lopez creates this pullover, which is dyed in ombre tones of lavender and marigold.
Embroidered Silk Blend Patchwork Jacket, "Patchwork"$144.95
It’s easy to see why the intricate designs and rich colors of Indian textiles have been dazzling the world for over 5,000 years. This lively patchwork of hand-cut silk and rayon in teal hues conjures the brilliant saris that are a staple of Indian women’s fashion and the basis for so many creatively upcycled works of art. Lightweight and unlined.