Fall Peruvian Blue Sweaters(32 items)
Featured Reviews on Fall Peruvian Blue Sweaters
A wonderful Christmas gift!
My husband wanted me to have a warm and beautiful sweater to see me through the cold winter months. I was able to choose the sweater I wanted. I am very happy with my choice, though it was difficult to decide between the red poinsettia sweater and the blue sweater I chose.
I love this sweater. It is soft and warm without being bulky. The colors and pattern are beautiful. My 20-year-old daughter borrowed it, and Im not sure I will get it back. So, I may have to order another one. :)
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 Fall Peruvian Blue Sweaters
Nature-Themed 100% Baby Alpaca Cardigan in Indigo from Peru, "Romantic Nature in Indigo"$159.99
Professing a love for nature, this stunning cardigan from Peru is created by Ana Fernandez. She knits this warm accessory from 100% baby alpaca wool, the fine fleece from the season's first shearing. Floral and bird motifs in cerulean decorate a body of indigo, accented by stripes at the wrists and waistline. A coconut shell button-up front completes this lovely sweater.
Men's Crew Neck Cotton Blend Pullover in Indigo from Peru, "Casual Comfort in Indigo"$54.95
Peruvian artisan Violeta Pacheco offers this classic top for men. Knit from a cotton blend in solid indigo, this bold pullover features a crew neck and long sleeves. A lightweight design makes this pullover perfect for the spring and summer months.
Peruvian Pima Cotton Baroque Tunic for Women, "Peruvian Baroque"
Santo Domingo Church in Arequipa, Peru, is one of the earliest examples of mestizo baroque architecture—the blending of European and indigenous styles that took place in the centuries after the Spanish conquest. The church’s densely carved facade is the inspiration for the exuberant pattern on this tunic sweater.