A guide to the ultimate fabric for fall and winter.
When there’s a nip in the air, the sky is grey and overcast, or the weatherman calls for a chance of flurries, there’s only one thing to reach for––tweed. Why tweed? Because nothing blends style and function like this multi-colored woolen cloth. It’s rugged enough for the bleachers at the football game, yet dapper enough for the office. Tweed. It’s something you need. The origins. Tweed was developed in Scotland, and if they decide tweed is the best fabric for their weather, you know it’s good. Interestingly, the name tweed came about through an error. A ... Read the full story »