Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl
Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl

Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawl

Regular price $69.95
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Wonderfully warm and beautiful brushed Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawls.

A timeless piece, these alpaca shawls offer amazing softness and breathable warmth while flattering your look with a simple yet versatile alpaca product!

A perfect gift item for weddings and other gift giving occasions. A pleasing all season accent piece. 

Luxurious to the touch but very durable, the Timeless Accent Alpaca Shawls will be your goto item for both a comfortable casual daily item as well as a flattering accent for special occasions. 

Materials: 80% alpaca, 20% acrylic.

Measuresapprox. 75 x 24"; 8 ounces

Care: Gentle machine in laundry bag or hand wash and rinse cold, using light detergent. Line/air dry. Drying in dryer for 5-10 minutes will add to fluff. If ironing desired, iron on low.

    In 2013 we traveled to Ecuador seeking all things alpaca. These shawls are a result of that "Alpaca Vacation". They are made in a tiny factory by a family outside of the indigenous town of Otovalo in Ecuador. Most people are unaware of the small but thriving alpaca industry in Ecuador. Otovalo in particular is known for its indigenous alpaca fiber artists and long proud fabric history.