Threads of Peru

Sechura Jacket


Sechura Jacket - Sustainable Alpaca and Wool blend - Unisex Alpaca Outerwear 

Size: One size

Dimensions: 55ccm x 80cm 

Fiber: 100% natural alpaca fiber


Handwoven on the traditional backstrap loom by indigenous artisans from the Andean highlands of Peru. The name Sechura comes from a desert in Peru on the south of the Piura region, the natural and soft tones of the desert serve as inspiration for the lightweight piece and its shades.

The Sechura kimono is light and fashionable outerwear garment, handwoven in a blend of alpaca and wool and naturally dyed with materials obtained in the Andes- Easy to wrap yourself up in while keeping you warm, woven in a traditional backstrap loom and sewn by hand. 

One size. Comes in Arid and River.


This alpaca ruana was made in the high Andean village of Chaullacocha in the Patacancha valley at an altitude of over 4000m (13 123 feet) by an indigenous Quechua weaver who has been working with Threads of Peru since 2009.  All the women in these cooperatives recognize that their weaving ability has improved dramatically in these years, and are grateful to those that purchase their weavings.