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With a Peruvian Connection coupon, you can slip into an alpaca coat in winter or a pima cotton dress on a warm spring day. These luxurious garments take shape in Peru at the hands of local artisans based on the blueprints of talented staff designers. The line runs the gamut from casual to elegant and includes both jewelry and home decor. Snuggle up with a warm blanket or sweater by grabbing a Peruvian Connection promotion code from Groupon Freebies.
Not many clothing companies can trace their roots back to an anthropological study, but that’s precisely the case with Peruvian Connection. It started in 1976 when Annie Hurlbut—then 19 years old—traveled to Peru to research the women who sell their wares in the Andean markets. She immediately fell in love with the women’s handmade alpaca-wool garments. The only problem was, the sweaters they made weren’t very fashionable by Western standards. She helped the Peruvian women revamp their designs and returned with samples—along with an alpaca-wool sweater coat as a birthday gift for her mother, Biddy. Biddy was just as taken by the unique garment, and the two began importing the luxuriously soft sweaters into the United States to sell. The business spread from their hometown of Tonganoxie, Kansas to New York, where the mother-daughter duo brought their freshly printed catalog, along with some samples. Their wares caught the attention of a “New York Times” writer, who requested an interview with Annie in 1979. Three months after publication, Peruvian Connection received 5,000 catalog requests. Annie and Biddy continue to import the same alpaca and cotton garments today, along with handmade ponchos, dresses, and other artisanal clothes.
Many still prize alpaca wool for its feathery-soft texture, but in the past it was only worn by Incan royalty. These beasts of burden graze across the Andes at heights of up to 14,000 feet. Today, Andean herdsmen continue to tend these animals, raising them mostly for their hypoallergenic fleece. The wool is not only warm and lightweight, but it also grows naturally in colors such as beige, brown, and gray—as if nature had a sense for chic neutrals.
Humans have raised animals for their wool ever since they lost their own fur in a poker game against the gods. Cover up with these Peruvian Connection coupons.
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