According to legend the word 'tweed' was the result of a mis type when a London cloth merchant misspelling the Scotish word Tweel as Tweed. More likely the word is derived from the Scottish word tweeled (meaning twilled.)
The Tweed refers to a variety of wool fabrics woven in a rough, multicoloured twill structure making a extremely robust doth, perfect for the rough and tumble of country persuits.
Today if been adopted as a sartorial cloth bridge between the classic and contemporary tailoring.
Here we've create a soft tailored Guy Field sports jacket in a 13oz tweed from Dugdale Brothers in a blue herringbone, pared with indigo blue jeans and brown leather lace ups perfect for the lace ups.