Bohemian Tops(43 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Bohemian Top Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
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Comfortable, colorful Bandini top
This comfortable and colorful Bandini top will be a great addition to both my travel and everyday wardrobe. I appreciate the artist s creativity and artistic technique and the top fits perfectly. Novica offers unique and creative items that are a testament to their focus on offering quality items from the world s artisans to its grateful customers.
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 Bohemian Tops
Cotton Tunic Blouse India Handwoven Ikat Embellished, "Waves of Orissa"
Ritu Agnihotri selects a delightful fabric in black, white and gold for this lovely blouse. Before they are placed on the loom, the fibers are carefully tie dyed, in such a way that the patterns emerge during the weaving process. Sequins edge the collar, placket and sleeves, and the tunic closes with hidden hooks and eyes.
V-Neck Cotton Floral Paisley Print Top with Crochet Trim, "Paisley Symphony"
Abstract flowers and vines in shades of dark green, russet, and honey brown against an ecru background make this short-sleeved cotton V-neck top a versatile addition to your fall wardrobe. The original design of India's Una Gupta, the top features coordinating crochet detail at the bottom of the sleeves and around the neckline, while shirring below the bustline flatters any figure.
Block Print Cotton Patterned Tunic Top, "Teal Harmony"
Designed by Isha Jain, this charming blouse in teal on white showcases India's handcrafted block print technique. The top features cap sleeves, pin tucks down the front and a band of contrasting fabric around the hips. It slips over the head.
Bandhani Shirt, "Bandhani"$62.95
Bandhani is a tie-dyeing technique practiced mainly in western India. Intricate patterns are created by wrapping the fabric with string before dyeing it. When the fabric is untied, natural patterns appear in the places where the string prevented the dye from taking hold. Bandhani cloth is often used for women's shawls, but here the technique is adapted for a silky top. Made of a viscose rayon knit, the top drapes beautifully and features three-quarter length sleeves.