Toni Tawny Port Colour Baby Alpaca Wool Scarf

30 x 200cm – 12in x 6ft 6in

100% Baby Alpaca Wool

£79.00 incl VAT

In stock

Weight 0.260 kg

100% Baby Alpaca Wool


W30 x L200 cm – 12in x 6ft 6in


Tawny Port Melange





Alpaca Origin certified. Learn more here.

Looking for a luxurious and eco-friendly accessory that’s made from the world’s finest and most exclusive fibre? Look no further than our Toni Tawny Port Baby Alpaca Wool Scarf, crafted with care and dedication from baby alpaca wool. Measuring 30 x 200cm in size, this tawny port-coloured scarf is a versatile piece that can be worn in any season, thanks to its lightweight and durable design.

At our shop, sustainability is a top priority, and we carefully source our materials to ensure minimal impact on the environment. By choosing our Toni Tawny Port Scarf, you can feel confident that you’re making a conscious decision to support sustainable fashion.

The tawny port colour of our Toni Scarf is both timeless and stylish, making it the perfect complement to any outfit. The soft and silky texture of the baby alpaca wool provides an unparalleled level of comfort, making it a must-have addition to your wardrobe. And with its generous size, you can wear it in a variety of styles, from draping it around your neck to wearing it as a shawl.

Invest in a piece of nature and elevate your style with our Toni Scarf. Join us on our journey towards sustainability and experience the beauty and uniqueness of this incredible fibre. Shop now and make a statement with the most exclusive accessory in town!

Crafted from the finest baby alpaca wool

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 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 animal. There are two Alpaca types: Huacayo and Suri, which differ from each other in both their appearance and the characteristics of the fibre.


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