Handwoven Art Clothing

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Wearing a Paula Bowers' handwoven garment makes a statement. Paula blends artistry and performance into her clothing designs, allowing you to be distinctively stylish and comfortable. Dressing well never goes out of fashion, and the timeless beauty of Paula's wearable art makes these pieces transcendant. 




Intricate woven patterns made from lustrous color palettes make Paula's handwoven clothing eye-catching. She often uses multiple fibers in a garment, showcasing the patterns by using them in specific areas of her designs.  Fabrics are fused for elegant draping, which adds to the glamorous feel of the clothing. 


Paula loves seeing her designs in use, and fashions her durable garments so they adapt to a large range of body types. SHIRTS, JACKETS and COATS are easy fit with long silhouettes, generous armholes, full hemlines, and silk linings, allowing for full range of movement. 



Flattering necklines, including Paula's signature ROLL OVER DOUBLE TIERED COLLAR (shown on the eggplant purple garment to the upper left), in-line pockets, and vintage buttons add additional panache.



Paula's CAPLET COATS are fashion with spirit. The unexpected shoulder flounce is feminine and fun, adding charming drama to a garment suitable for work or an evening on the town. Paula's garments often leave the impression that the wearer has stepped out of a fairy tale!



NEW FOR 2019! PLEAT COATS are the perfect all occasion fashion statement. Richly patterned handwoven damask fabric is paired with a comfortable, figure flattering design. Fully lined and complete with side pockets and a generous back pleat, this coat is suitable as indoor wear or cool weather outdoor wear.



Paula's PAINTED WARP COATS are perfect for special occasions. Inspired by easy fit oriental designs, these 3/4 length coats are elegantly styled and visually striking, with long flattering lines. They pair easily with leggings, skirts and trousers for adaptability and comfort. The curved hemline in back, hidden magnetic closures, and full silk lining add to the luxurious feel of the garments. Hand painted warps (available in a full range of colors) are used for weaving the fabric in these garments, guaranteeing that each is one-of-a-kind. 


Handwoven garments have a price range of $400-$850