The Peruvian Connection in Petite

2 Dec

Never heard of Peruvian Connection? Neither had I until now. It all started in 1976 by mother and daughter (Biddy/Annie). While she was doing anthropology research in Peru, Annie purchased a sweater for her mother’s upcoming 50th birthday and also bought a sweater coat made with alpaca yarn, trimmed with long haired fur of the same animal. Biddy and her friends must have fell in love with it so much that mother/daughter started importing a small range of sweater styles from Peru. And that is how the Peruvian Connection was born!
Check out some of the clothes that they carry in PETITE. Pricey but VERY nice(y)! 🙂 There is free shipping on orders over $200. Valid from 11/16/07-12/7/07.

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Petite Greenery Pima Cotton Fit and Flare Dress
($149)

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Black Magic Petite Pima Cotton Dress ($149)

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Hand Crocheted Lace Yoke Pima Cotton Petite Dress
($349) This dress looks gorgeous up close. It’s very elegant and sexy at the same time!

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Taupe Embroidered Pima Cotton Petite Sundress ($279)

And the sweater coat that started it all!…

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Biddy’s Pure Alpaca Petite Sweater Coat ($498)
Long-lined and lavished with luxe alpaca fur, in pure alpaca, with three hook-and-eye closures for an hourglass silhouette.

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One Response to “The Peruvian Connection in Petite”

  1. AJ April 2, 2008 at 10:03 pm #

    Peruvian Connection is just too expensive for the average folk. Nice merchandise, but they need to lower prices, especially the way the economy is today.

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