Black Alpaca Accessories for Men(26 items)
Featured Reviews on Black Alpaca Accessories for Men
soft and unique
this scarf is soft and matches anything. very cool design sets it apart from what you can buy in department stores.
This scarf is so soft and keeps you warm enough without over heating you! Its lightweight and stylish to boot!
Beautifully natural pattern
Very well-made, soft, refined scarf in a warm brown and black color combination. It has a silky soft finish and fits well on the neck as its not too bulky like some other wool scarves.
"My focus now is on creating fine knitwear of top quality, and in so doing sharing with the world the beauty of our culture and our Andean textiles."
"I studied industrial engineering, and that's when I met wife. Since then she’s been my... read more
Popular Black Alpaca Accessories for Men
Artisan Crafted Woven Black Alpaca Blend Scarf for Men, "Andean Clouds in Black"$20.95
Celinda Jaco selects a cozy blend of Andean alpaca for this handsome men's scarf. Classic in style, it features fine stripes of white and gunmetal grey woven through the midnight-black textile. Hand-tied fringe completes a distinguished design.
Men's 100% alpaca scarf, "Evening Black"$59.99
Peru's Felipe Berckholtz transforms the luxurious warmth of alpaca into the ideal warm scarf for those cold weather days. The ancient Inca discovered the attributes of this fiber, reserving it for the exclusive use of the aristocracy. Berckholtz prefers to use the wool from the season's first shear, termed baby alpaca and much sought after for its soft, lightweight warmth.
Flat Top Alpaca and Wool Blend Felt Hat in Black from Peru, "Sacha in Black"$139.99
Add a touch of artisanal haberdashery to your wardrobe with this fashionable hat from Peru. Designed by Andeana, the hat is crafted from black alpaca and wool blend felt, featuring a structured flat top and a wide brim that turns up slightly at the edge. In tones of green and yellow-orange, geometric patterns are woven by hand into an alpaca and wool blend accent. This hat is named meaning "tree" in Quechua, which refers to the green geometric patterns.