something for the weekend : Harris Tweed

A little something for the weekend. Some lovely links that I have found on my travels around the internet. These are all related to Harris Tweed.
You can read more about the history of Harris Tweed here at V is for Vintage. Please enjoy. Have a lovely weekend.
Beautiful images by photographer Luca J Sage. This series of photos for Monocle Magazine details the process and colours involved in the making of Harris Tweed. And, of course, a photo of a bonny Highland coo – always a winner.
Gentlemen (and ladies), here are lots of photos of famous and glamorous gentlemen wearers of Harris Tweed. Get yourself some styling ideas here.
Also check out this epic Style Salvage blog post on Harris Tweed. Great photos and words documenting the whole process of how the tweed is made. Wonderful.


-blue Harris Tweed corsage, handmade in Scotland-

-blue Harris Tweed corsage, handmade in Scotland-

Something a bit special for Harris Tweed fans. It’s a blue corsage hand-made in Scotland using genuine Harris Tweed. This is just £18.95. Buy it now
from Amazon in the UK, or browse another colour.


You can find something similar as a brooch at Bertie Girl, which ships internationally.


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A history of corduroy
A history of gingham
A history of Harris Tweed

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