Women's Blue Alpaca Wool Hats(32 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Blue Alpaca Wool Hats
I love the style and color of the hat
The style is great! When I put it on, it doesnt flatten my hair. I figured since it was made of alpaca wool, it would be warm but it wasnt. No worries though because I love it. Id like to get another one, same style, with a closer knit so it would be warmer.
sky turned snowflake
i am particular about hats and wear them well. i find many berets to be skimpy...too tight and bereft of the flow a proper amount of fabric gives. and this fabric is so airy and light...not a heavy insulating hat. but the alpaca is so fine that it weaves a wispy warmth about your locks... delicate and so soft! the nature motif is evident and so pleasing. i get a lot of compliments when i don this truly azure topper!
Lovely winter hat
My new hat is so soft, airy-light and comfortable (and not at all tight) that I now know alpaca wool is nothing like the wool I am used to. What a delightful way to keep warm! I also love the way it sits on the head, softly falling back. I am so pleased.
Popular Women's Blue Alpaca Wool Hats
Knitted Unisex Watch Cap in Azure 100% Alpaca from Peru, "Azure Braid"$39.99
Carrying on the profession of his mother, Wilber Calapuja is an artisan who specializes in crafting beautiful attire from Peru. He knits this unisex hat from 100% alpaca wool that is soft and elegant. In solid azure blue, it features diamond and braid patterns knitted along its length.
Alpaca Chullo Hat in Azure and Smoke from Peru, "Andean Snowfall"$39.99
Featuring smoke-colored motifs alongside snowflake designs in azure, this Peruvian hat is knit from 100% alpaca, with fuzzy pompoms at the top and hanging from the ear covers. Fernando Cano designs the hat, adding beautiful snowflake motifs.
Alpaca Knit Beanie Hat from Peru, "Endless Blue"$49.99
Iuliana Ionele designs this stylish beanie in a rich blue hue. The hat is knit of baby alpaca wool, renowned for its soft and lightweight warmth since it comes from the season’s first shear. The people of the Andes have preferred alpaca wool for centuries, often reserving it for special occasions.