Ivory Ponchos(25 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Ivory Poncho Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Ivory Ponchos
This is a beautiful sweater/pancho.
I love the soft cowl neck sweater. The color is a lovely beige and the workmanship is perfect! Thank you.
Fine design, well executed
This cape is softer than I expected and beautifully knit. Purchased for a wheelchair bound disabled woman who has difficulty dressing, this is easy to put on and wear as a top layer (as shown in the picture) in cold weather.
THIS IS NOW A TREASURED ITEM
What a beautiful box this fabulous Poncho came in. Perfect for presents. This poncho is so soft and flowing. Its Very Fashionable and can be worn in many occasions. It is Not a heavy weigh you down material either I will be buying more of these for Christmas gifts!! Everyone should be so lucky to have one
Luisa Villavicencio Cotton apparel and accessories
"All our creations are 100% ecological, 100% natural undyed cotton that reveals the natural shades of the fiber. People are sometimes surprised to learn that we use no dying process at all."
"I'm a Guatemalan woman, born into a family where respect for the environment and for our country's culture have always been a part of our daily life. The story of why I'm here and do what I do is really the story of my whole family... read more
Popular Ivory Ponchos
Knit Beige Baby Alpaca Turtleneck Poncho with Sleeve Cuffs, "Andean Enchantment"
By Jorge Molina, this poncho is knitted of luxurious alpaca wool, renowned for its lightweight warmth. Its snug turtleneck is trimmed by a cedar wood button. The tan collar repeats the tone of cuff sleeves that emerge near the poncho's hem.
Hand Made Cotton Knit Poncho, "Ivory Grace"$84.99
Knitted of natural ivory cotton, this handsome poncho sweater reveals a delightful texture. It falls from a generous neckline for elegance and grace. Luisa Villavicencio's family cultivates cotton in several natural colors – jade, (cocoa) and unbleached ivory cotton. In fact, people are surprised to learn that no dyes are used in her work. The family is involved in the entire process, from growing the cotton, to weaving it and transforming it into apparel.