Peruvian Wool Accessories for Men(28 items)
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soft and unique
this scarf is soft and matches anything. very cool design sets it apart from what you can buy in department stores.
Alpaca blend knit hat-Striking Diamonds
The hat is light weight and comfortable to wear inside or out. I love the colors. I runs large so it can fit over big hair or heads.
"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 Peruvian Wool Accessories for Men
Men's Alpaca Blend Knit Hat in Azure from Peru, "The Bells of Huancayo in Azure"$39.99
This terrific men's hat features azure and navy blue tones, great neutral colors, and it's reversible so you get options for how to wear it. Artisan Waldo Berrios, a native of Huancayo, Peru, crafts the warm cable-knit hat in a soft alpaca, acrylic, and wool blend.
Olive Alpaca and Felt Blend Hat with Handwoven Accent, "Yaku in Olive"$147.99
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.
Alpaca Blend Espresso and Tan Scarf from Peru, "Brown Paracas Shadows"$29.99
Waldo Berrios selects a jacquard knit to create a whisper of pre-Hispanic splendor on this scarf. The Peruvian designer works in a blend of alpaca wool, renowned for its lightweight warmth, combining geometric motifs in espresso and tan.
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.