White Scarves(91 items)
Welcome to the White Scarf Collection at NOVICA, designed and crafted by talented artisans worldwide. You'll find a variety of materials and textile techniques to assure you a scarf design in white or with accents in other colors. NOVICA artisans have something you'll love!
Featured Reviews on White Scarves
Ive searched for a scarf such as this one for so many years and could barely believe my luck when I found it here. This is a beautiful piece of wearable art. Im so incredibly grateful to the artisan for making such an airy, simple and elegant garment that effortlessly dresses up any outfit. Its one of those pieces that makes you look pulled together without trying too hard. It also will be great for summer to keep my neck from getting a chill in air conditioning. Make sure you gently hand wash before wearing as the cotton tends to shed a bit at first.
A Striking Design
This well-made scarf is exceptionally attractive, and will dress up my jackets with its striking black & white colors and wrap-around design in a very sophisticated look. This craftsperson is to be admired for her skill in creating this wrap-around scarf.
Vinita Batik accessories
'When asked about any challenges to overcome, I would say that I never have any obstacles. I think I do what I can do and don't force things that are not ready or things that I cannot do.'
Popular White Scarves
Artisan Crafted 100% Cotton Infinity Scarf from Thailand, "Seaside Breezes"$39.95
Thai artisan Vinita meticulously hand-weaves this delicate cotton infinity scarf. Lightweight cotton keeps you warm without overheating, and the the ocean-inspired colors will have you thinking of beach escapes no matter what the weather.
Orange and Mint Striped Cotton Infinity Scarf with Fringe, "Exuberant Beauty in Coral"
Crafted in Guatemala, the Association of Ixil Women's scarf brings a unique twist to the popular infinity scarf style. The cotton fabric is woven on a backstrap loom forming a striped pattern in white, sunrise orange and mint. Then, the fringes are joined to close the scarf's loop, while still allowing the fringe to hang from the ends.