For lovers of Wool as the raw material of our clothing, we like that it is authentic and of good quality, to be able to enjoy all its advantages for a long time.
We have developed some guidelines so that the next time you go shopping, pay attention and train your eye and touch to that you learn to know a good garment of Wool.
When we hear about "slow fashion" many things can come to mind. For many it is one more trend that is heard in the media, but that may be more than a concept or a passing fad. In my opinion it is not just about fashion but it can be extended to the whole set of activities understood as "lifestyle"
Following the COVID-19 our time has stopped, our clocks seem to be slower than ever. The situation is new for most of us. It has been many years in our recent history that we have not experienced a situation as extreme as this...
Simplifying is always topical, thinking before acquiring becomes tremendously necessary, this is something that is done in a personal way, attending to an inner call.
Buy conscious that you need it, that it goes with you, that you will use it conveniently and that it will give you a profit comparable to what you have spent.
A topic that we often do not give importance to is the close relationship that our garments have and our skin. We are in direct contact with them throughout our lives. I do not mean just the clothes in our wardrobe, but also all the textile material that we are in contact with, clothes, bedding, towels, tapestries, underwear, pajamas, etc.
A poncho is one of those versatile garments, easy to use and totally comfortable to wear. There are many styles and colors, but its original and simple form makes it universal.
In short, a poncho always has a place in our closet in its own right, it is always welcome and we can even lend it without worrying about the size!
There are still many places on this planet where the rustic fabric are still worn and the traditions are kept alive. Its artisanal manufacture on a small scale still persists, at this point and are those crafts that are made for the love of the countryside, animals and nature.