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A Textured Tweed Affair

17.11.12

My favourite textures involve classic patterns and timeless fabrics, chevrons, herringbone and many others.  So, of course I had to bring out my fitted tweed blazer. Tweed is perfect for the season and well-suited for a great work meeting.

I have several tweed pieces, but only one that is an all-time favourite. This time I paired my vintage blazer with charcoal trousers, which may be one of the final times in wearing due to the waist being quite big now. But, I adore the elongated illusion that wide-legged trousers gives you
—I also built up the courage to wear my layered woollen knit underneath. 

 

As you know, after having years of allergies toward wool I figured out a way to wear this particular piece (which was tricky because of the layering seams), by adding a silk-sleeved tank inset. Fortunately it remedied the problem at hand, it worked exceptionally well, and resulted in me being able to enjoy my layered textures in style and peace.


I'm still enjoying good company of dear friends and family holiday, but will catch up on lurking on your spaces or Insta-snaps! Wishing you a wonderful weekend and joyous week to come! 

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The goods: Textured tutleneck-Yohji Yamamoto, Vintage tweed bazer-Charity shop, Croc-boots- Via Spiga, Trousers-Theory via Bloomingdales,  Cashmere hat-Banana Republic, Tooled leather handbag-Vintage.



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