Batik Dresses(43 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Batik Dress Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Batik Dresses
So comfortable and feminine!
The fabric is soft and comfortable - I love the way it drapes. Even after repeated hand washings, its still as colorful as when it arrived. Thank you!
Galuh Kenanga Women's apparel
"Lucky me, I am born and bred in the rich Balinese culture, and our environment is a never-ending source of inspiration for me."
"Ever since I was a child, I have always been attracted to people wearing elegant outfits and accessories. It would make me want to have the same clothes... read more
Popular Batik Dresses
Fuchsia and Purple Batik Rayon Sundress from Bali, "Balinese Cover"$104.99
Perfect for covering up during temperate seasons, this lovely sundress is created by Wayan Arta and Sharon in Bali. They craft this dress from suave rayon, decorated using the batik method; a wax resist is hand-stamped onto the fabric before it is treated with dyes, resulting in vibrant hues of fuchsia, lilac, and violet, decorated with elegant vine motifs.
Batik Rayon Sundress in Blue from Bali, "Balinese Waters"$104.99
Perfect for covering up during temperate seasons, this lovely sundress is created by Wayan Arta and Sharon in Bali. They craft this dress from suave rayon, decorated using the batik method; a wax resist is hand-stamped onto the fabric before it is treated with dyes, resulting in cool hues of azure, Pacific blue, and violet, decorated with coin and spiral motifs.
Hand Made Teal Floral Empire Waist Rayon Dress from Bali, "Teal Floral"
This beautiful handmade dress by Ketut Suwitra of Bali is made of soft rayon and has a hand-stamped floral pattern. The teal sundress features a v-neck and an empire waist for an incredibly flattering, flowing frock that exudes grace, style, and sophistication.
Handkerchief Hem Peacock Blue Wrap Dress, "Whirlwind in Blue"$99.99
Flirty and feminine, this all-cotton wrap dress is from Akkaraphon in Thailand. The handkerchief-hem dress is hand painted using batik techniques, where the patterns are created with wax before the fabric is dyed. A coconut shell button and a black sash secure the dress at the waist.