Unique Gifts: Clothing (200 items)
Enjoy exploring our unique selection of clothing gifts, designed and handcrafted with great care by talented artisans worldwide:
Featured Reviews on Unique Gifts: Clothing
A Perfect Birthday Gift!
I purchased this robe for a dear friend and gifted it to her for her birthday. She loved it. The colors, the quality, the craftsmanship...all were perfect.
Looking forward to wearing this!
I have been needing a summer robe. I was worried about the one-size fits all aspect because I wear small sizes. However, it fits fine--not too long and very comfortable belted. The colors are AMAZING!!! I have been a seamtress in the past, and the quality of the workmanship is A+---not one unfinished seam and great pockets. The material is not too light or heavy and feels good. I look forward to wearing this for years to come!
Desak Nyoman Parwati Batik robes and decor accents
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Popular Unique Gifts: Clothing
Artisan Crafted Leather Slides from Guatemala, "Tierra Amor"
Guatemalan artisans Teysha craft a supple slide for women from quality leather. The saddle-brown slide features a non-slip rubber sole for comfort and jaunty tassels on the vamp. The slides arrive in a colorful hand-woven cotton storage bag.
Black And White 100% Alpaca Wool Ruana with Red Accents, "Floral Shadows"$159.99
By Jorge Molina, this stylish ruana cloak is created with a classic color scheme of black and white. The wrap features scarlet trim and bright red pompoms. It closes with a button. Knit of baby alpaca, the fine fleece from the season's first shearing, it reveals lavish floral motifs.
Handmade Sleeveless Cotton Maxi Dress, "Naturally Modern"
Belarmino Alvarez designs a sleeveless maxi dress with a round neck and coconut shell buttons. Featuring a wide elasticized waist, the lined dress is sewn of raw cotton in a natural hue. The fabric is known in Guatemala as the weave, a very fine, delicate type of weave that only a few weavers in Cobán are capable of achieving.