Women's Patterned Alpaca Wool Blend Scarves $40 to $60(25 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Patterned Alpaca Wool Blend Scarves $40 to $60
Baby Alpaca Texture in Blue
Gave this as a gift. Wished I had bought one for myself! Very pretty in person and made a wonderful gift!
Soft and delicate
Bought this scarf for my sister as a xmas gift...way more beautiful than in the picture. Radiant color...highly recommend...craftsmanship is exceptional! She love it....
Raquel and Gregor Alpaca accessories
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Popular Women's Patterned Alpaca Wool Blend Scarves $40 to $60
Hand Woven Alpaca Silk Blend Scarf in Blue from Peru, "Soft Texture in Blue"
Capturing the textured character of the Andes, this baby alpaca blend shawl is presented by Peruvian duo Raquel and Gregor. Handwoven with stripes of midnight, pale blue, black, and eggshell white, the shawl is finished with fringes on the end.
Baby alpaca refers to the fine fleece from the season's first shearing.
Men's Handwoven Alpaca Blend Wrap Scarf in Grey from Peru, "Manly Stripes"$59.99
This sophisticated wrap scarf from the Peruvian highlands makes the perfect men's accessory. Designed by Raquel and Gregor, the scarf is handwoven of alpaca blend fibers on an artisanal loom for a soft and pleasing texture. It features patterned stripes of graphite, black, and snow white. Fringes at each end complete this tantalizing accessory.
Alpaca Blend Wrap Scarf with Wave Motifs from Peru, "Effortless Style"$49.99
With an effortless elegance, this Peruvian wrap scarf features wave motifs with colors of magenta, olive, and crimson. Raquel and Gregor carry on Inca crafting traditions, diligently hand-weaving the scarf of soft alpaca blend fibers. Lovely fringes accentuate the scarf at each end.
Alpaca Blend Knit Scarf in Crimson and Boysenberry from Peru, "Crimson Andes"
Perfect for keeping warm during the cold months, this wrap scarf from Peru is knit from an alpaca wool blend for a soft, warm fit. Fernando Cano designs the scarf, adding rhombus motifs in boysenberry against a body of solid crimson, finished with fringes on the ends.