Photo by Ari Magg

Although it’s not quite that time of year yet, we still can’t help but pine for cooler weather. Creative brand Vík Prjónsdóttir is made up of three Icelandic designers, Brynhildur Pálsdóttir, Gudfinna Mjöll Magnúsdóttir, and Thuríður Sigurþórsdóttir, who aim to create designs out of the country’s natural materials, focusing on the wool industry. Using traditional Icelandic sheep wool, a sustainable material, the trio crafts high quality wearables, like cozy scarves and blankets. Here are some of our favorites:

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The Papageno is a blanket that you can throw over your shoulders to wear out, almost like a poncho.

Warm Wearables Made from Icelandic Sheep Wool in style fashion main  Category

Photo by Íris Dögg Einarsdóttir

The Wing (scarf)

Warm Wearables Made from Icelandic Sheep Wool in style fashion main  Category

Photo by Marino Thorlacius

The Wing (scarf)

Warm Wearables Made from Icelandic Sheep Wool in style fashion main  Category

Photo by Marino Thorlacius

The Wing (scarf) and The Healing Hands (scarves inspired by Alaskan Shaman)

Warm Wearables Made from Icelandic Sheep Wool in style fashion main  Category

Photo by Marino Thorlacius

The Healing Hands

Warm Wearables Made from Icelandic Sheep Wool in style fashion main  Category

Photo by Ari Magg

The Swan (scarf)