Black Tops(85 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Black Top Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Black Tops
This is stunning! A beautiful reflection of Kashmir where I have visited and love the people! The craftsmanship is beautiful!
Beautiful and easy to wear
I purchased both the skirt and the top. I have worn the set once. It was breathable, comfortable and did not wrinkle. And I felt at ease wearing it yet put together in a professional way. This my kind of style- artisan, bohemian and interesting to look at.
Jariya Kakaew Modern Thai apparel
"As a local Thai woman, I'm very proud of the fact that I can have the career that I love, and to be able to provide for myself and my family."
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Popular Black Tops
Paisley Pattern Viscose Tunic from India, "Kashmiri Night Sky"$59.99
Drawing inspiration from classic Kashmiri paisley patterns, India’s Vijay Singh presents this subtly glittering tunic. A gray and gold block-print pattern graces the sheer sleeves and cotton-lined body, while the neckline is fully embellished with sequins, seed beads, and bugle beads. Features elastic-cuff sleeves and a delicate tassle at the split-V neckline.
Sheer Black Floral Soutache Embroidered Top, "Soutache Garden"
Sheer black fabric is heavily embroidered and appliqued with turquoise, lime green, and ivory floral designs by women working in rural India. A true Indo-Western fusion that draws on the region's long soutache embroidery tradition. Pair with a simple black camisole for a dramatic look.
Tie-Dyed Viscose Tunic with Glass Bead Detail, "Magical Glamour"$74.99
Made of viscose and decorated with pale yellow and coal black dyes using the tie-dye technique, this Indian tunic is presented by Vijay Singh. Lovely glass beads and sequins embellish the neckline of this luxurious long-line tunic, which features three-quarter-length sleeves and a tasseled tie closure at the neckline. The tunic is fully lined in cotton.
Embroidered Mughal Tunic, "Mughal Mystery"$67.99
The 17th-century Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, best known for erecting the Taj Mahal, built Delhi's Red Fort as his capital in 1648. Its intricate architectural details have inspired artists ever since, including the designer of this heavily embroidered all-cotton tunic. The dramatic tunic features ivory soutache embroidery at the neckline, cuffs and hem, as well as glistening white sequins.