In La Paz, Bolivia, two major characters help lead the festivities of Carnaval. Pepito is the trickster, and Ch’uta is an elegant ladies man. Accompanying them both are the Cholita Pacena, the women of La Paz, dressed in glitzed up variations on their traditional bowler hat and broad skirts, topped with a fitted jacket called a chaquetilla. Those decorative chaquetillas are the inspiration for this superfine alpaca cardigan in a range of midnight blues and greys. Features a hidden front zipper.
Made in Bolivia. 100% alpaca. Women's sizes S (4-6), M (8-10), L (12-14), XL (16-18).
West Lake, in historic Hangzhou, China, is dotted
with temples, pagodas, and footbridges. Qing dynasty poet Huang Zunxian described it as an “expanse of water and clouds where lotus leaves merge with weeping-willow branches.” Our bright cardigan is inspired by ...
This flattering A-line cardigan is a contemporary take
on classic Aran sweaters, those thick, textured knits that were inspired by fisherman sweaters and developed into an international symbol of Irish culture.