Andean Alpaca Clothing(449 items)
Featured Reviews on Andean Alpaca Clothing
I got this for a present for my son. I wish I could give it to him now! This is beautifully made, soft and sturdy but not the least bit scratchy.
Soft and cozy
I purchased a similar sweater for myself and my daughter tried to confiscate it! She is getting her own for Christmas. The sweater is very soft, not scratchy, substantial yet not bulky. Great craftsmanship!
My favorite coat!
Perfect! Soft, light, warm, elegantly tailored. This is the most expensive coat Ive ever bought, but its well worth every penny!
Fernando Cano Alpaca apparel
"If you truly want something in life, you will do all that is within your means to get it."
I was born in 1973 in the district of Macate in Ancash. My parents were engaged in agriculture. I consider myself a very creative man, and very enterprising - I always want to be doing things, to go forward and never to stay behind. I am very active and sociable.... read more
Popular Andean Alpaca Clothing
Navy Blue 100% Alpaca Pullover Patterned Peruvian Sweater, "Playful Navy Blue"$159
Symmetrical patterns in azure, turquoise, green and steel blue bring a playful accent to this navy blue pullover sweater from Peru. Fernando Cano's design features a soft crew neck and a slightly opened curved waist for a deliciously comfortable fit. The sweater is knit of alpaca - coveted since the days of the Inca Empire because it is soft, lightweight and warm.
Tri-Color Suede Trimmed 100% Baby Alpaca Ruana from Peru, "Majestic Combination"$225
Combining ivory, turquoise, and tangerine, Stefano Basso weaves an elegant and versatile ruana cloak. He works with luxurious baby alpaca, the fine fleece from the season's first shearing. Cozy, warm and beautiful, it features suede trim on the borders.
Alpaca Blend Wine and Purple Ruana with Scarf, "Peruvian Wildflower in Red"$149.95
Versatile with lightweight warmth, this reversible alpaca-blend cloak is great for travel in changeable climates. Modeled after the Andean ruana, a traditional style of draped cloak, its pattern of flowers in boysenberry-purple and burgundy is inspired by the wildlife of the Peruvian mountainside. The generous attached scarf and button front keep you warm when winds pick up.