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Alpaca Wool Coat

Grey two tone

Fabulous alpaca coat. Boiled alpaca wool coat for women - beautiful, warm and certified fair trade. Classic straight silhouette in natural dark grey with contrasting light grey collar, underside trim, and sleeve cuffs. This coat speaks class wherever you go without making a fuss about it. It's timeless.

Heavy duty alpaca wool combined with sheep wool is substantial, warm and pleasant. No lining. Two in-seam side pockets. Sleeve cuffs are folded back so it gives nice flexibility on sleeve length. Back is straight. Seams have delicate color contrast -see detail picture. This will be your most favorite coat that you will pass on through generations. 

Material: 60% Alpaca, 40% wool 

Made by Artisans in Peru, certified Fair Trade

Indigenous Design supports artisans in Peru with zero interest loans, free skills training, access to clean water, low-cost childcare, and more.  In return, with Fair Trade fair wages, artisans create beautiful handcrafted clothing of the highest quality for you.

Fabric Care:  Machine or Hand wash cold, gentle. Hang dry or lay flat to dry. Do not bleach, soak, rub or wring.


Manufacturer's size recommendations

Size US Sizing Bust Waist Hips
 XS 0 32.5-33.5 24.5-25.5 35-36
 S 4-6 34.5-35.5 26.5-27.5 37-38
 M 8-10 36.5-37.5 28.5-29.5 39-40
 L 12-14 38.5-39.5 30.5-31.5 41-42

Who Made My clothes

We are proud to carry products made in sustainable and ethical way. In the industry full of violations of human rights, the natural products and methods are well worth your support, designed to minimize the strain on our natural, as well as on our human resources.

The question "Who Made My Clothes?" is an important one to ask. Many of our products are made in the U.S.A. under the Labor and Industry regulations, some facilities are employee owned. Other products and jewelry are Fair Trade certified, ensuring fair wages and conditions for their makers. Your purchase gives support to artisans preserving traditional craft, skill and love of natural fibers, paying above the market wages for their skill and work.

By shopping here, you help to minimize exploitative labor, environmental damage, the use of hazardous chemicals, waste, and human and animal cruelty. 


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