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Description Luscious and ultra soft, this oversized scarf is made from the finest baby alpaca yarns from Peru; It is a scarf to keep for years to come. It will keep you warm but do so much more. It will comfort you when you're a little down, protect you, and wrap up your loved ones who fell asleep on the sofa. It is a timeless scarf that will gracefully grow older with you. Inspiration ‘A Peace Treaty’ wanted to evoke the warm, chic aesthetic of a mid-century cabin with their fall/winter collection. Envisioning the iconic Pattie Boyd on a cozy weekend trip to the mountains, this scarf was conceived as an essential for her fantasy getaway bag. Specifications Color: Grey/ White Fabric: Baby AlpacaFabric Origin: Peru Made in: Peru Care instructions: Dry clean only Fit & Construction Length: 190 cm (75") Width: 99 cm (39") Tassel: 8 cm (3") This scarf is a genuine wrap, oversized and soft. 'A Peace Treaty’s designs combine modern textile technology with the generational knowledge passed down from ancient Andean people (in Peru) and Himalayan people (in Kashmir and Nepal). These careful production processes are in perfect harmony with nature and indigenous people take the most exquisite care of their animals- a source of wealth and inspiration for them. FAQs What is the difference between Alpaca and Cashmere? Alpaca hair or wool is extremely light yet retains the ability to keep its wearer warm. Akin to cashmere, the fiber is incredibly luscious and soft, strong yet lightweight. Alpaca tends to be less itchy than other wools. The fiber is also very durable- especially when blended with wool. Cashmere is extremely warm, soft and luxurious with the fineness of its fibers giving the fabric a silky feel. What is the exact composition of the fabric? 100% Baby Alpaca Customer Service For any questions about this piece, email us at email@example.com. We offer free FEDEX Ground shipping & returns on this item. This item is not eligible for exchange. You May Also Like
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