Peruvian Travel Friendly(174 items)
Welcome to the Peruvian Travel Friendly Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Peruvian Travel Friendly
Small bag with plenty of room!
This bag is so pretty, and colorful. Great craftsmanship, and roomy. I can have a wallet, phone, mask, car keys, and allergy meds in this bag.
Unique passport holder!
I love carrying my passport in this beautiful folder. It is a bright-colored, well-made, high-quality product. Thank you!
I received this beautiful sweater, finally, after the virus delay. I cant wait to wear it. I love the colors and the number of different knit patterns is mesmerizing. The workmanship is wonderful.
Violeta Pacheco Knitted accessories and apparel
"For me, being in my workshop is not a job; it is my passion. It is a part of my life that I love."
"I am a very fortunate woman. I had a very happy and tranquil... read more
Popular Peruvian Travel Friendly
Jauja Alpaca Cardigan, "Jauja Lace"$159
The Peruvian town of Jauja briefly flourished as the capital of Spanish Peru. The Inca riches that Pizarro and his men found there even led to the legend that Jauja was a land of luxury. "Pais de Jauja" has become a Spanish expression for a mythical land of leisure and excess, but today the real Jauja is a quiet colonial town with fewer than 20,000 residents. The lacy patterns on our alpaca-blend cardigan are inspired by the Baroque and Rococo architecture of the 1564 Jauja Cathedral. The tan and ivory sweater features a hidden front zipper.
Ombre Fade Knit Cotton Blend Pullover Sweater from Peru, "Sunset in Spring"$99.95
Knit from a cotton and viscose blend, this feminine pullover evokes the colors of spring. Intricate chevron and stripe patterns are diligently incorporated into the fibers. Peruvian artisan Patricia Lopez creates this pullover, which is dyed in ombre tones of lavender and marigold.
Alpaca Blend Zip-Front Cardigan from Peru, "Aymara"$149.99
High in the Peruvian Altiplano, people have been using soft, durable alpaca fiber to make warm yet lightweight garments for centuries. Benita Cutipa uses an alpaca blend to create this lively zip-front cardigan. Geometric patterns inspired by ancient textiles stand out against a black background.