Thursday, 22 January 2015

[Laura Loves] Tweed Jackets

For many equestrians, as well as people who love country pursuits, a tweed jacket is a bit of a wardrobe staple. With so many different styles available on the market as well as a range of prices there's something to suit everyone. 

Jack Murphy - £199.99
First up is the truly gorgeous 'Aurnia II Jacket Glendalough Tweed' by Jack Murphy. This jacket is definitely on my wishlist as I love the detachable fur collar, the colour and the pockets. It also has a beagle print lining which is no doubt gorgeous! It's slightly pricey at just under £200 but it would probably be worth it's price the amount it could be worn!

Joules - £229
Second is the Joules 'Mr Toad Semi-Fitted Tweed Coat' which retails at £229. This style is a timeless classic when it comes to tweed jackets so it can be worn from year to year for many years and still look fabulous. It's made out of 100% wool (so you may want to avoid the rain!) and the inside collar is suede material. This is perfect if you're looking for a coat that will last years. 

Tottie - £225
Okay, so this isn't exactly a jacket but this 'Sophie Tweed Long Coat' by Tottie is 'oh my gosh' gorgeous! I absolutely love this! I think it looks really smart and comes in a choice of four colours with each of them being equally as nice. This would look great at the races, for work or even out shopping! 

Holland Cooper - £649
Fourth is this beautiful 'Tweed & Fur Cape (Raspberry)' by Holland Cooper. I really like all of the capes on the site as they are so beautiful, but the pops of raspberry on this is what makes it my favourite. Now if I could just win the lottery...

Rydale - £50
The final one is for those with a small budget. This lovely 'Double Breasted Tweed Jacket' from Rydale which is just £50. Rydale is a company I constantly go back to and is where my tweed jacket is from (they no longer sell it). They have some really nice items and are really well priced. This jacket looks a bit more lightweight so would be great for spring or autumn.

Thanks for reading,
Laura xx

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