Introducing our exquisite hand-finished Café au Lait Scarf in soft, light brown Peruvian baby alpaca wool, a true embodiment of luxury and warmth. Crafted with care, this scarf is made from the finest, undyed baby alpaca wool, offering your little one unparalleled softness and comfort.
Measuring at a generous 30 x 200cm, it provides ample coverage while remaining lightweight and breathable. The natural, undyed fibres ensure that each scarf is a unique piece of art, showcasing the natural beauty of the alpaca wool.
Wrapped around your neck, this scarf is like a gentle embrace, protecting you from chilly winds while allowing your skin to breathe. The super soft texture ensures that it’s a joy to wear, making it perfect for everyday adventures or special occasions.
Not only is this scarf a testament to Peruvian craftsmanship, but it also represents our commitment to sustainability. We source our wool responsibly, ensuring the well-being of the alpacas and the communities involved in the process.
Indulge your loved ones in the luxury they deserve with our hand-finished Peruvian baby alpaca wool scarf. It’s more than an accessory; it’s a cherished companion for the cosiest moments.
More Colours for Our Luxury Baby Alpaca Scarves
Our soft luxury baby alpaca wool scarves also come in more unique colours, including a curry yellow and grey scarf and a camel coloured scarf, so you are sure to find the perfect look for your wardrobe.
Crafted from the finest baby alpaca wool
Our love for the world’s finest fibre, sourced directly from nature, is duly celebrated with our Toni Café au Lait Scarf. The result is a lightweight, durable and lovingly warm fleece that’s fashionable, practical and highly sustainable.
Bring nature into your space in the most eco-friendly, exciting and extraordinary way by making our Toni Café au Lait Scarf your favourite fashion accessory.
Alpaca – Treasure of the Andes
Alpacas (lama pacos) are members of the South American camelid family which also includes Llamas, Guanacos and Vicuñas, to which they are closely related. Alpacas are indigenous to Peruvian highlands. There are an estimated 3.5 to 5 million Alpacas in South America, and about 95% of them are found in the Southern region of Peru. Alpacas are bred at altitudes ranging from 2,500 to over 4,500 metres above sea level, where they to withstand temperatures that fluctuate between +30 Celsius to -20 Celsius in a single day and survive on a special low-protein diet based on natural grasses found on the moorelands. Alpacas are shorn every 18 months, from November to March, yielding about 2 to 3 kilograms of fibre per animas. There are two Alpaca types: Huacayo and Suri, which differ from each other in both they appearance and the characteristics of they fibre.
SUSTAINABLE ✔ | RENEWABLE ✔ | ETHICAL ✔ | BIODEGRADABLE ✔