Looking for a silk shawl for wedding or bridal shower gifting? We’ve found a beautiful collection to share! Here you’ll find a silk shawl with sleeves in various colors, all handmade + available online. Read on for more + subscribe for the latest.
If you’re a free-spirited, boho-loving bride, you’ll love a silk shawl for wedding day wear by Planted Pigments.
This handmade, naturally dyed silk shawl with sleeves is made with recycled, foraged & artist grown materials by Mallorey Caron. A silk kimono shawl makes a great gift for the bride: wear it before the big day, while getting ready, and while taking photos with your bridesmaids. A long silk kimono makes a great alternative to a traditional robe if that’s not your style. :)
After the wedding, pack it in your suitcase for the honeymoon and wear it as a swim cover-up to lounge on the beach. Following all the festivities, slip into your silk kimono shawl at home when you want to lounge in soft stylish luxury. It pairs beautifully with your favorite lounge pants, yoga pants, or leggings. Many wear it as a long kimono duster, too!
Silk Kimono Shawl
If you’re looking for a shawl, there are many lovely styles available: you can choose from small, medium, or large silk shawl styles in the collection here.
Silk Shawl Purple
This logwood and cornflower shawl is my top pick! I love the color combinations shown here and the flounce sleeve.
I also love this similar style: the length is perfect. It is called, Dappled Light
Silk Shawl Yellow
This next shawl has vibrant pops of yellow and green. This is a beautiful shawl for spring brides!
This next style has many bright colors:
This peach shawl is quite a “peach dream”, as it is noted on its listing! It is hand-dyed using coreopsis, apple leaves & hibiscus – producing coral, orange, burnt orange, blue, and olive.
And last but not least, sage. If you’re looking for a silk shawl for wedding gifting, sage is perfect any time of year: spring, summer, fall, and winter!
Where To Buy Silk Shawl Online
You can shop Planted Pigments here on the silk garments section of the website. These shawls are handmade and oh-so-lovely! What is your favorite style?