Men's Tweed Jackets

Beautifully tailored tweeds, with hues to complement the rolling Yorkshire Dales, our men's tweed jackets are cut from wool tweed expertly woven here in Britain. Team with trousers and a formal shirt for special occasions, or with jeans and a jumper for smart-casual events.

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  1. Tweed Jacket - Blue/Navy

    $428.00 $179.00
  2. Tweed Jacket - Orange/Gold/Lilac

    $428.00 $179.00
  3. Tweed Jacket - Pink/Orange

    $428.00 $179.00
  4. Tweed Jacket - Brown/Blue

    $428.00 $179.00
  5. Summer Tweed Jacket - Gold/Coral Check

    $428.00 $179.00
  6. Tweed Jacket - Brown Windowpane

  7. Tweed Jacket - Donegal Check

  8. Tweed Jacket - Green Windowpane

  9. Wool/Linen Jacket - Brown/Red Check

    $428.00 $179.00
  10. Wool/Linen Jacket - Blue Windowpane

    $428.00 $179.00
Tweed Jackets.  A Rich Heritage.

Tweed Jackets. A Rich Heritage.

The versatility of the tweed jacket really can’t be denied. So, if you don’t own one, it’s time to think about buying one!

Tweed is a rough-textured, close-woven wool fabric, usually with a tight twill weave of vertical and horizontal fibres. It comes in many different designs and colours and can be extremely versatile. If you would like to know more about the material, make sure you read our guide: What is tweed?

Although not fully waterproof, the naturally rough finish of tweed makes it a great option for outdoor wear. Lighter tweeds also work well as suit jackets, being both smart and practical.

Traditionally, as with tartan, tweed was unique to families and groups. However, it is now universally popular and comes in multiple patterns and fabrics. Some of the most popular tweed patterns include:

  • Herringbone – Creating a zig-zag pattern, the herringbone is a series of two lines, which join in a V-shape.
  • Houndstooth – A repeating square design.
  • Gamekeepers – A very fine check, repeated throughout the fabric.
  • Barleycorn – Uniformly repeated flecked or pebbled patterns that can appear as a solid colour from a distance.
  • Striped – Barleycorn, plain, or herringbone with the addition of stripes in various widths.
  • Plain – Fine patterns, subtle enough to appear solid in colour from a distance.

When choosing a tweed jacket, the wearer should take care to ensure the garment is not too tight or restrictive. Ideally, it should not bunch or pull across the shoulders or chest, sitting flat when the arms are raised or moved forward.

The jacket arms should reach the wrist with arms extended. To prevent the jacket from looking too small or too large, the wearer should make sure the sleeves neither sit back from or fall below the wrist.

Our tweed jacket fabric is woven by Abraham Moon and Marton Mills of Yorkshire, both British based suppliers with centuries of knowledge and expertise between them.

Want more options? Make sure you browse our entire range of men's blazers and jackets where you'll find needlecord designs and more.

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