A tweed suit is an instantly recognisable suit alternative, and will be an elegant addition to your formalwear look. Offering some vintage flair to your wardrobe, a tweed suit has a surprising sartorial versatility and is a good choice of outfit for many occasions. Thanks to the fabrics durable quality, a tweed will keep you looking fantastic for many years to come.
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A tweed suit is considered a modern and sophisticated alternative by many, and has gained particular interest from street-style enthusiasts worldwide. Tweed was traditionally used for workwear, but the elegant vintage look and classic craftsmanship has allowed the fabric to become part of a modern suit-staple as well. A great choice for a day suit, particularly during the cooler seasons, with lots of styling opportunities available to the wearer. Wear the tweed as part of a relaxed outfit for example, and pair it with trainers and everyday layers, like a t-shirt or denim shirt. There’s no reason why a tweed suit can’t be considered a versatile outfit base, with many now wearing tweed for weddings and other special occasions, as well as in an informal way. Thinking about the style, texture and colour of your tweed suit, it can be worn just as smartly or casually as any other suit. More tailored fitting tweed suits in darker colours and finer textures are great alternatives to traditional formal attire. Double check the dress code before deciding to put on your tweed suit when attending a formal event — although dressed-up, a tweed suit is actually a less formal suit option and won’t be appropriate for black-tie events and the likes. Style the tweed suit in the right way, and you will have an attention-grabbing outfit even for special occasions. Teamed with a crisp white shirt, a monochrome tie or bow-tie, matching pocket square and dress shoes, the tweed suit will truly shine — and you’ll look elegant and trendy, with a heritage-cool twist. Certain tweed suits can handle a pop of colour, and an interesting way of adding a bit of fun is to wear socks in block-colours or striking patterns. What is tweed, you say? Tweed is a woollen fabric created with a soft texture in various structures, most famous is what we call a herringbone pattern. Stemming from traditional and durable Irish and British outerwear, the tweed has had long-lasting popularity, much because of its great quality and characteristic look.