Peruvian Connection started in 1976 by mother-daughter duo Biddie and Annie Hurlbut. Originally there for anthropology research of women in the Andean marketplaces, Annie fell in love with the hand-created wovens throughout Cuzco. Inspired by an alpaca sweater she bought her mother as a birthday gift, they created Peruvian Connection in their home in Kansas, and in addition to their successful catalog, they feature storefronts globally.
Peruvian Connection (925 W. Armitage Ave.), sits on the corner right off the Brown Line in Lincoln Park. Jess's appreciation for merchandising is not a let down in this beautifully decorated shop! Annie Hurlburt personally chooses the pieces and details in all her stores, and not one thing was overlooked - from clothing hooks, keepsakes, mirrors, and Peruvian accents - the store and its products are unique in itself.
|Peruvian Connection (925 W. Armitage Ave.)|
Featuring luxury alpaca sweaters, knitwear, jewelry, and so much more, Peruvian Connection is perfect for that every day look with one-of-a-kind and ethnic details. Check out Jess's stop at their shop and keep scrolling for a sneak peek of their upcoming Fall pieces!
|No detail was overlooked!|
|The feel of Peru is everywhere.|
Their Fall collection makes us so excited for the weather and fashions to come. Enjoy the sneak peek and keep checking back with us for glimpse of upcoming styles!
|Jess cannot wait for this piece!|
|Jill's favorite piece!|
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Jess & Jill