If you are wondering how to layer up in true trendsetting form this season, there’s nothing quite like tweed to keep you looking cozy and chic. Whether you want to swap casual denim and lightweight cotton for a tweed skirt or level up your outerwear game, there are numerous ways to wear this trend right now. We’ve curated a few runway looks that will hopefully inspire your own tweed fashion this Autumn 2018.
At Marc Jacobs, tweed went glam in the form of a black and white overcoat which offered a luxurious yet comfortable vibe. Meanwhile, this bulky topper was paired with a metallic leather skirt and a statement ruffled blouse, for a mixture of fabrics and textures. If you want to tone down the sometimes stuffy look of tweed, try integrating similar rock and roll elements into your outfit for a more youthful, contemporary feel.
The Louis Vuitton runway experimented with tweed in a more fitted, feminine way, in the form of this pencil skirt. We are liking how this fitted skirt creates an hourglass silhouette and emphasizes the legs, proving that tweed doesn’t have to be masculine and restrictive. The addition of a colourful top, a ladylike chain purse and a pair of heels rounds out the entire look.
At Erdem, a patterned tweed coat brought professionalism and old school elegance to the catwalk. If you want to stick to a corporate gal look, a similar coat is certainly suitable to head into the office or to any after work functions. Combined with a crisp white blouse and dainty T-strap pumps, this is truly Brit fashion at its finest.
Photos: Vogue Runway