Autumn is rearing its head, and that means that the season of scarves is upon us. From alpaca wool, to ponchos, to silk – Uno Alla Volta has the perfect scarf for you this season.
Found a scarf you love but want to switch up your style? Take a peek at the Uno Alla Volta Guide to Scarves to find more ways to style your scarf.
Our weavers in the Andean Quechua communities of Ecuador and Peru use centuries-old looms to create this orange and brown striped alpaca scarf from one of nature’s most versatile and renewable materials. Warmer than wool, this silky, hypoallergenic scarf is woven of 80% pure alpaca with 20% nylon for resilience.
Self-taught artist Joyita awakens a blank canvas of silk satin chiffon by hand-painting vivid pumpkins, and drying and steaming each color to set it before she adds another.
Using one of nature’s most versatile and renewable materials, our artisans in Ecuador and Peru handcraft each Grey Cable Knit Baby Alpaca Poncho. The neutral color scheme makes this silky, hypoallergenic poncho the perfect accessory to bring your favorite summer outfit into fall with you. This piece is woven of 60% baby alpaca and 40% Merino wool.
Our UK artisan, Tammy, takes inspiration from tropical forms to create this fashion-forward jewel-toned sculptural scarf. Handcrafted from silk satin and silk organza, this scarf combines rich gold with teal and magenta hues. The unique, twisting shape makes this a unique statement piece.
Drawing inspiration from the lush colors of California’s forests, Joyita masterfully creates each “Tree Of Life” scarf in devore silk. After hand-painting the fabric with brilliant silk dyes, she dries each scarf for 24 hours before steam-setting the glorious colors.
The vivid colors of fall dance and swirl along this beautiful scarf from Lucille, our Connecticut artisan. Handcrafted uno alla volta, each is made from 100% silk gently placed upon water that has been combed with specialized pigments.
Our weavers in the Andean Quechua communities of Ecuador and Peru use centuries-old looms to create this luxurious tan striped alpaca scarf from one of nature’s most versatile and renewable materials. Warmer than wool, these silky, hypoallergenic scarves are woven of 80% pure alpaca with 20% nylon for resilience.
Joyita takes inspiration from the brilliant red, yellow, and green colors of fall foliage to create this vibrant scarf in charmeuse silk. After hand-painting the fabric with brilliant silk dyes in her California studio, she dries it for 24 hours before steam setting the glorious colors.
Deep brown colors swirl together in the traditional hand-marbled pattern along this beautiful silk scarf from Patricia, our Connecticut artisan. Each one-of-a-kind scarf is made from 100% Habotai silk that is dyed and then water-marbled in small batches with rich pigments, with a hand-stitched edge. No two will ever be exactly alike. Each scarf measures 14 inches by 70 inches. Hand wash with cold water, line dry, cool iron. Due to the handcrafted nature, exact pattern and pigmentation may vary.