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With its classic color scheme and mod-inspired design, the Edie Colorblock Pullover has quickly become a customer favorite. Rare Suri alpaca fiber gives the ivory portion of the sweater its fuzzy, mohair-like texture. The black portion is made from incredibly soft 100% baby alpaca. Try styling the Edie sweater with a slim pant like a black leather legging.
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(Note: There are two types of alpaca Huacaya (pronounced Wuh-kai-ya) and Suri (pronounced Sir-ee) Huacaya, which makes up the bulk of the alpaca population worldwide (about 82%) is short, crimpy like a flat spring, dense and fluffy. This makes it really soft while giving it strength and elasticity. Suri makes up the remainder. Suri Alpaca is lustrous and silky shiny smooth. Hanging down from the animal in tendrils, this fiber has almost no spring to it, rather it clings together curled like a spiral, yet has the same strength and durability.)
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All ERLŪM products featured on this site are certified by the International Alpaca Association (IAA) for authenticity and accurate alpaca content. This product is certified authentic by the IAA to protect consumers from counterfeits in the marketplace. Look for the IAA tag on alpaca goods you purchase from any retailer.