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Sandra long wool cape

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Product Description
Sandra long wool cape big squares

The Sandra long wool cape is a beautiful long cape made in lamb wool by artisans from the town of San Juan Chamula in Chiapas, Mexico. This community is located in the highlands of Chiapas, so the wool is very used by the women who live there to keep warm. They card the wool for their own garments as well as for the ones they sell.

This cape has a rectangular cut, with beards at the bottom and closes with two buttons and two loops that are attached to the neck and that you can either leave loose or make a small backhand or bow.

This garment is super warm and very versatile. It is perfect to wear in layers, over a shirt and sweater and then cover up with a coat. It looks great for your fall/winter look.

As accessories you can add a belt, a hat for example from a brand I love called nimanita.

Each piece is unique and unrepeatable so it has its own peculiarities of its manual manufacture. These small imperfections should not be seen as flaws but as part of its unique character. The elaboration time for the Sandra long wool cape is 3 weeks. *Price do not include any accessories

Material
Measures
Care Instructions
Additional Info
100% wool 116 cm lenght
112 cm width
*Hand wash in cold water with mild soap and dry in the shade or dry cleaning.
Artisan
Sandra long wool cape big squares

Sandra, Chamula, Chiapas

Blouses , Vests, Dresses and Capes

She is part of an extended family of artisans, where the activities are distributed according to their level of experience and the region where they come from.

Some are located in San Cristobal, others in Chamula, Zinacantan, Gankuc and are dedicated to the production of cotton and wool garments and one of the techniques they use is the backstrap loom. Sandra is a young woman, proud of her traditions and eager for you to know what they do.

Product Description

Sandra long wool cape big squares

The Sandra long wool cape is a beautiful long cape made in lamb wool by artisans from the town of San Juan Chamula in Chiapas, Mexico. This community is located in the highlands of Chiapas, so the wool is very used by the women who live there to keep warm. They card the wool for their own garments as well as for the ones they sell.

This cape has a rectangular cut, with beards at the bottom and closes with two buttons and two loops that are attached to the neck and that you can either leave loose or make a small backhand or bow.

This garment is super warm and very versatile. It is perfect to wear in layers, over a shirt and sweater and then cover up with a coat. It looks great for your fall/winter look.

As accessories you can add a belt, a hat for example from a brand I love called nimanita.

Each piece is unique and unrepeatable so it has its own peculiarities of its manual manufacture. These small imperfections should not be seen as flaws but as part of its unique character. The elaboration time for the Sandra long wool cape is 3 weeks. *Price do not include any accessories



Material

100% wool


Measures

116 cm lenght
112 cm width


Care Instructions

*Hand wash in cold water with mild soap and dry in the shade or dry cleaning.


Additional Info

Artisan

Sandra long wool cape big squares

Sandra, Chamula, Chiapas

Blouses , Vests, Dresses and Capes

She is part of an extended family of artisans, where the activities are distributed according to their level of experience and the region where they come from.

Some are located in San Cristobal, others in Chamula, Zinacantan, Gankuc and are dedicated to the production of cotton and wool garments and one of the techniques they use is the backstrap loom. Sandra is a young woman, proud of her traditions and eager for you to know what they do.