Women's Solid Alpaca Wool Hats(62 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Solid 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.
Beautiful knitting and soft wool Thank you!
Nicer than the picture. the material is soft and the color is nicer than the picture can show. The double side is perfect, very warm and goes with all my outfits. Thank you to the artist for the wonderful work, Reiner
Love this beret!
I was inspired to purchase this beret from watching a tv show and the actress looked so cute in it. This beret is beautiful - its warm and so soft. I can wear it and take it off and not look like hat hair. I wear it golfing on cool breezy days and its perfect. The small bill is large enough to hold my magnetic ball marker. Receive compliments every time I wear it. Considering buying other colors!!
Popular Women's Solid Alpaca Wool Hats
100% alpaca hat, "Black Braid Cascade"$39.95
Hand-knit textures revel in the (the Quechua word for "black") hue of this hat. Alfredo Falcon crafts the piece from 100% alpaca, its subdued design imbued with Peruvian style. The alpaca thrives at the extraordinarily high altitudes of the Andes, resulting in a fiber of unparalleled softness and warmth. A hip accessory for the winter wardrobe.
Alpaca Knit Beanie Hat from Peru, "Endless Blue"
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.
Olive Alpaca and Felt Blend Hat with Handwoven Accent, "Yaku in Olive"
Designed by Andeana in Peru, this hat will make a fashionable addition to your wardrobe. Featuring a structured top and an upturned brim, the hat is crafted of alpaca and wool blend felt in a solid olive hue, accented by a handwoven alpaca and wool blend belt that displays colorful diamond patterns. Andeana names this accessory meaning "water" in Quechua.