Gifts for Mom Wool(41 items)
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Featured Reviews on Gifts for Mom Wool
My wife was vary happy when she received the cardigan. When I had told her it was handmade. She couldnt believe the quality craftsmanship and care that went into making this beautiful cardigan. All of the cardigan that she has bought are manufactured, non are as superior in quality as this cardigan. Wife is happy and that makes me happy.
High quality socks
I ordered three pairs of these bison socks to give as gifts to my husband and sons and they all loved them!
The colors are beautiful. It is lightweight and versatile it is great for an extra layer. I am so glad I got it for my wife.
Popular Gifts for Mom Wool
Travel Slipper Socks, "Toasty Travels"$49.95
Originally developed for camping in the Maine woods, these Acorn wool-blend slipper socks are so comfortable that Sherpa guides on Mount Everest now pack them for base camp. Delivering lightweight warmth, they're perfect footwear no matter where your travels take you. A memory-foam layer tops EVA insoles for support and cushioning. Suede sidewalls and outsoles are durable enough to wear at a campsite, but soft enough for indoor wear.
Mumbai Jazz Open Cardigan, "Mumbai Jazz"$149.95
During the 19th century, woven wool shawls from India were all the rage in Europe and America. By the Jazz Age of the 1920s, many women who had inherited these shawls were ready to embrace the new, relaxed fashions of their era and remade the shawls into skirts and jackets. Our fringed jacket is crafted in that spirit, transforming a timeless paisley motif in lightweight wool into a jacket that looks like a wrap but is easier to wear.
Navy Blue Alpaca Blend Pullover Sweater from Peru, "Navy Blue Charisma"
Alfredo Falcón designs an attractive navy blue sweater with bell sleeves. Knitted lace centers the scoop neck while the sleeves and sweater feature a rolled hem. Falcón works in a blend of fine alpaca wool for lightweight beauty.
Paisley Flourish Wool Jacket, "Paisley Flourish"$165
The Persian pattern we know as paisley first made its way to Europe as Kashmiri shawls, brought by Silk Road traders in the 1700s. Here the pattern decorates a lined, open wool jacket that makes a distinctive alternative to a blazer. An abundant paisley pattern decorates the front, cuffs, and hem.