Tweed is an all year round classic fabric, especially for suits, but because of it’s warmth it’s especially popular in fall and winter. Wear it as a full tweed suit or as a separate pants / skirt and blazer pieces – with Tweed it all works! You might feel hesitation towards Tweed as it has the reputation of being quite difficult to pull off, but don’t worry! Anyone can pull-off tweed - from the most modern woman to you who prefer a classic look, here's how:
First things first,
What is Tweed?
Tweed is woven in intricate ways to create different patterns such as plain, twill, herringbone and check. The color and patterns make this fabric a very popular choice for blazers and suits. Though the material is rough and unfinished, it’s both wind and water resistant. (Read more about our Tweeds: Tweed Fabric Information)
When to Wear Tweed:
Tweed can be worn at any time as it’s easy to dress up or down. It’s acceptable to wear as a blazer or a full suit to the office and to after-work events. Wear it on an evening out as a blazer, or to a formal event as a full suit. For a trendy look, wear a tweed blazer as an outer layer over a winter-style dress, or a tweed skirt paired with a thin sweater.
There's a large tweed variety of fabric color and pattern, in terms of full suits as well as separate pieces like tweed blazer, pants and skirts.
Design here your own Tweed Pants
Design your own here: Tweed Blazers
Wear them as separate pieces, or combine your pants or skirts with a blazer for a full Tweed look!
What's your favorite Tweed Piece?