Rayon Kimonos(45 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Rayon Kimono Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Rayon Kimonos
Im size 12 and the medium works but is a bit tight. They did not offer a larger size. So glad I can wear it though. Love it.
Love this robe! It s a bit on the short side so I use it as a tunic, but it s so beautiful and comfortable.
By Lisa Laree
I get compiments every time...
This is a great topper for those over air-conditioned summer spaces. The colors are vibrant and its very easy to wear. I think Ive gotten a compliment on it from someone just about every time Ive worn it. It fits well per the measurement chart and has held up well through the laundry so far. Ive enjoyed it very much.
Hari and Arthur Batik apparel and decor accents
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Popular Rayon Kimonos
Chili and Azure Printed Rayon Kimono from Bali, "Kelud Crisscross"
Designed by Balinese duo Hari and Arthur, this breezy rayon kimono layering jacket is named for one of the most dynamic volcanoes in Java. Printed with colorful motifs in chili, melon, and azure with sections of inverted color schemes. Perfect for layering on cool nights or sunny days.
Fuchsia and Purple Batik Rayon Kimono Jacket from Bali, "Balinese Cover"
By Wayan Arta and Sharon in Bali, this kimono jacket makes the perfect cover-up during the fall and spring seasons. Crafted from suave rayon, this lightweight jacket is decorated using the batik method; a wax resist is stamped by hand onto the fabric before it is treated with colorful dyes, resulting in vibrant hues of fuchsia, lilac, violet, and mulberry, decorated by garden vine motifs.
Hand Stamped Black and Mint Rayon Batik Kimono, "Raindrops"$37.99
Designed by Galuh Kenanga in Bali, this breezy rayon kimono is the perfect topper when the weather is warm. It's a stylish addition to tanks or tees and cropped pants or shorts; or wear it as a coverup at the pool or beach. The fringed black and mint jacket is printed using the batik method, where a wax resist is used to create a stamped or painted pattern. The fabric is then dyed and the wax removed.