Black Patterned Clothing(68 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Black Patterned Clothing Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Black Patterned Clothing
My wife loves this sweater!
Ive bought a lot of Andean knits at Novica for family members, and they are usually hits, but none has been as popular as this. Very dressy AND very comfy -- an unusual combination!
Just a beautiful robe that looks great! I purchased it for when it gets warmer, so I will be wearing it more then.
Giftee Loved it!
I gave this cardigan as a gift for Christmas and my friend LOVED it. Its warm, soft and just perfect. She keeps commenting on how warm her lower back/butt is when she wears it. Great product!
"My focus now is on creating fine knitwear of top quality, and in so doing sharing with the world the beauty of our culture and our Andean textiles."
"I studied industrial engineering, and that's when I met wife. Since then she’s been my... read more
Popular Black Patterned Clothing
Paisley Pattern Viscose Tunic from India, "Kashmiri Night Sky"
Drawing inspiration from classic Kashmiri paisley patterns, India’s Vijay Singh presents this subtly glittering tunic. A gray and gold block-print pattern graces the sheer sleeves and cotton-lined body, while the neckline is fully embellished with sequins, seed beads, and bugle beads. Features elastic-cuff sleeves and a delicate tassle at the split-V neckline.
Alpaca Blend Grey and Black Ruana with Scarf, "Peruvian Wildflower in Grey"$134.99
Versatile with lightweight warmth, this reversible alpaca-blend cloak is great for travel in changeable climates. Modeled after the Andean ruana, a traditional style of draped cloak, its pattern of flowers in smoky grey and black is inspired by the wildlife of the Peruvian mountainside. The generous attached scarf and button front keep you warm when winds pick up.
Batik Rayon Sarong in Bubblegum Pink from Indonesia, "Pink Sunshine"$19.99
Intricate floral motifs alongside borders depicting elephants and deer in bubblegum pink, cerise, and black surround a large circular motif in this elegant rayon sarong by Indonesia's Prayascita Dewi. The artisan employs the batik method to decorate each piece, a process where a wax resist is applied to the fabric before submerging it in vats of dye.