Time for Tweed


I love tweed. The texture, the warmth, the feeling of being proper when you wear it. It’s such a rich fabric. When fall rolls around my favorite thing to do when it gets cold enough is to break out the tweed.

Here I’m wearing 3.1 Phillip Lim trousers I bought for the IFB Conference. It was way too hot to wear tweed back in September, so it’s nice to be able to get some wears now it’s colder out. I love the yellow ochre which adds a bit of color to an outfit, especially since I like to cozy up in cashmere, the J.Crew Tippi sweater is a good pick, I sized up so it’s super cozy. Of course baggy trousers and a chubby sweater can be a bit frumpy so I spiced it up with a bold necklace, colorblocked ankle boots, and and a Zara jacket worn like a cape. It really edges it up, but I’m still comfy and cozy.

Wearing: Trousers: 3.1 Phillip Lim• Sweater: J.Crew  • Jacket: Zara  • Necklace: Karla Deras for Roman Luxe* • Sunglasses: Stella McCartney • Booties: Rachel Comey • Socks: Aldo • Bag: 3.1 Phillip Lim*

Items with an * are a gift. Photos by Taylor Davies.

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Comments 15


    Nice to have you back.
    Your blog takes quite a while to load.
    Happy weekend, Jennine.


    Fantastic now.
    Thank you sooooooooooooooooo much for your comment. it was worth knitting the jumper to get it, lol.
    Much love and ADMIRATION, Jennine.


    I would love to be in your blogroll so very much, Jennine.
    Perphaps one day…
    Have a lovely Sunday.

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  4. Susannah Jaffer

    Ahh dear your pashli really is converting me over to the mahogany/purple side. I’ve chosen it as my next purchase but no idea which colour to choose! Love this outfit’s colour combination, perfect perfect perfect…

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  5. kelley

    Love the P.Lim bag…this is a nice colour combo, I have the same but in Tan, Black, Orange & love carrying it!

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      oh, I’ve seen that color combo, it’s amazing! i have one in clear, and smoke it’s the easiest bag to carry around.

      1. kelley

        I like how as a designer he is morphing the design into other colour ways, solids etc season after season….makes one’s investment into such an item well worth it!

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