Travel Friendly Tops(59 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Travel Friendly Top Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Travel Friendly Tops
Beautiful and unique
Words cannot describe this perfect blouse. I am very happy. It was obviously made with care, fits like a dream, and is beautiful. The packaging it came in made me feel very special. Thank you for this marvelous beginning. Im looking forward to shopping Novica again.
This top is beautifully-made with flexibility to dress up or down. The embroidery is well-done. The top is also very flattering for full-busted women altho this style is not usually so. It falls gracefully to the sides and is nicely slimming. The brown shades are lovely!
Popular Travel Friendly Tops
Embroidered Tunic in Petal Pink and Cream from India, "Antique Petal"$47.99
Intricate flower and vine patterns inspired by 19th-century textiles grace this petal-pink tunic. The designs are digitally printed to evoke the well-loved look of heirloom weavings. Cotton embroidery along the button neckline are a nod to the exquisite embroidery work of artisan Shalabh’s hometown of Lucknow.
White Cotton Blouse with Beadwork and Pintucks, "Udaipur Lake"$59.95
A sheer delight for warm-weather style, this 3/4-sleeve tunic from Jay Kumar Maheswari is at once breezy and tailored. Pintuck pleats add texture and shaping, while an angled hem lends a relaxed look. The blouse is accented with tiny beads along the neckline, bodice and cuffs. 100% cotton.
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.
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.