Black Printed Clothing(54 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Black Printed Clothing Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Black Printed Clothing
Beautiful colors and nice fabric
This is very comfortable and I love the length, just the right weight for spring and summer cool nights!
Just what my wardrobe was missing
I love this kimono! The colors are perfect, and the craftsmanship is superb. I will wear this for years to come.
Light, beautiful, and well-made!
Im thinking of gifting friends with this item. It is really beautiful! Just as pictured. The blue dragonflies really look wonderful against the black, like an evening sky! I have bought two items from Novica, and have been very happy with both! This robe is beautifully stitched with real seams, (not a cheap serger) has pockets, and is lighweight for summer, with full, roomy coverage. Highly recommend!!
Ratu and Devi Modern Balinese women's apparel
"We want our designs to work for any occasion. Our apparel is bold, experimental, classy and timeless."
"Since we share a passion for fashion, we decided... read more
Popular Black Printed Clothing
Indian Black Henna Shirt, "Black Mehndi"
Graced with patterns unique to the mehndi tradition from India, this cotton and spandex blend top is soft, lightweight, and versatile. A celebrated part of Indian folk art and culture, the intricate mehndi patterns are created by applying henna to the skin and are traditionally found decorating the hands and feet of brides before their wedding ceremony. The top features a rounded neckline and three-quarter-length sleeves.
Floral Printed Rayon A-Line Dress from Bali, "Venus Flowers"
Printed with floral motifs in tones of black, eggshell, and sage, this rayon A-line dress is designed by Balinese duo Ratu and Devi. This beautiful sleeveless dress features a button-up closure on the front and straps that cross at the back.
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.