So, what's all the fuss over Sherpa? You see it everywhere today. Pullovers, cardigans, sweaters, etc. If you can name it, then it probably comes in Sherpa.
You may know it as a fabric made from polyester or cotton but the term “Sherpa” originated from the group of “Sherpa people” (Shar meaning east and Pa meaning people), who were natives to the most mountainous regions of Nepal and the Himalayas. Layers were a must if you wanted to survive, so you could say they were way ahead of their time!
So why is it trending now? Or trending again?
Sherpa has been used throughout the decades as lining for jackets or any heavy layer to keep us all warm while in style. It's up in the air who created the original comeback but during the '90s, you could see almost every Levi denim jacket lined with Sherpa. This makes perfect sense why it's back in action since most styles from the '90s are making a comeback.
You can find this very trendy look throughout our online and in-store collections. We have multiple colors in our new cardigan, a gorgeous mustard pullover, and plenty more options to chose from!
We make it our mission to provide the latest and greatest for every shape and style so you can rock the trends with originally.
So, do we love or hate sherpa this season? Leave us your comments below!