Tweed jackets that feel vintage and fresh all at the same time.
Most likely, when you think of a tweed jacket, you think of your grandmother’s closet. But no longer.
Tweed jackets are back in force, filling youthful cool-girl wardrobes all over the world with reckless abandon.
How to Wear
With new and classic colors, tweed is a great way to add a bit of texture to your otherwise simple look, whether you’re topping jeans and a T-shirt or a silky slip dress for a night out.
More style tips in details below…
Boxy cropped silhouettes, longline blazers, and the like have infiltrated the trend, taking a tailored tweed jacket to new heights.
For every style and every budget, we’ve pulled some of our favorites for you, perfect for the transitional season.
When to Wear
While you can wear them straight through the coldest days of winter, your tweed jacket will take you through spring and even cool summer evenings, depending on how you style them.
While we love a classic black or gray (and there are plenty here to shop!), consider a color as well for a pop of brights that feels tailored and elegant all the while.
So what are you waiting for? Happy shopping!
Our Top Picks
For a look that works during colder through to warmer months, shop this white and black tweed jacket from Theory.
Style Tip: It features a hidden closure and cropped shape that will style effortlessly with high-waisted bottoms and a layered longer top.
Celine is one of the most classic of tweed jacket makers, crafting colors and neutrals. You’ll love this silk-woven white option for the most versatile wear out there.
Style Tip: In the dead of winter or height of summer, this jacket will easily be your new go-to on top of your maxi dresses.
Be bold with a bright red style, topping everything from jeans to little black dresses with the head-turning hue.
Style Tip: With this tweed jacket, you can style it as a ladylike take on an all-denim look, or shop the coordinated mini skirt for a 1960s-style suiting set as well.
If you’re going to splurge, go for something that you’ll wear forever. Case in point? This effortlessly chic black tweed jacket from Saint Laurent.
Style Tip: With simple front pockets, classic gold buttons, and a silhouette that is short and slim without feeling short and boxy, it’s one you’ll wear forever.
Isabel Marant has mastered that casual cool-girl look that feels like the Parisian mix of edgy and bohemian, all mixed into one. And this tweed jacket is no exception.
Style Tip: It’s slouchy, oversized, and longer line than your classic lady jacket, but it gives off that tailored feminine appeal by way of its pink and white tweed knit.
Pair it with white pants to make a relaxed modern look.
We love this tweed jacket because it is styled almost like a denim trucker, with a cropped shape, front buttons and flap pockets, and a traditional collar.
Style Tip: As such, you can wear this tweed topper as a fun layer to your jeans and T-shirt look, or dress it up with a skirt and silk camisole underneath.
If you’re looking for a classic black tweed jacket but want something a little bit more head-turning than your normal style, shop this Nili Lotan cropped boxy jacket style that is woven with a subtle metallic thread for day or night wear.
Style Tip: For a work outfit that’s about to become your new go-to, pair this tweed jacket with a white work shirt for a timeless look.
For that ultra-feminine moment, Self-Portrait has you covered. They’ve designed a cropped tweed jacket made mainly of pink, with notes of white, blue, and gold throughout.
Style Tip: The buttons are pink crystal embellishments and will have you living your every childhood “Grown-up” fantasy in no time.
Shop classic with a black tweed lady jacket for your everyday outfit!
The buttons, while simple, stand in contrast to the color of the weave, showing off the jacket’s four-pocket design on the front.
Style Tip: You can style it with jeans and a T-shirt as easily as with a coordinated skirt or everyday dress for the office.
This Proenza Schouler tweed jacket has a little bit of a western vibe, trimmed across the chest and the bottom with a slight fringe that stands in contrast to the collared tailoring of the rest of the body.
Matching tweed buttons, and the collar and cuffs also feature that same unfinished detail.
If blazers are more your speed, consider a long-line version that has a 1980s feel to it.
With oversized shoulders, a butt-skimming length, and two simple buttons that you can leave open or closed at your leisure, it feels more like a shrunken coat than a cropped jacket.
Style Tip: Balance the length by rolling up the cuffs and accentuate your figure with a more fitted layer underneath or high-waisted pants.
Sold in standard, petite, and plus sizes, this pretty blue tweed jacket is cropped in shape, double-breasted, and features flap pockets that keeps it a bit more casual than its sleeker sisters.
Style Tip: The vibrant blue is great for upcoming transitional weather.
Layer a white sweater underneath with your favorite jeans and white boots to keep you warm and looking sleek while we make our way into the spring.
As tweed jackets go, this Scotch & Soda jacket brings the boho feel. With a creamy winter white knit, it features a crafty red trim around the neckline, shoulders, and down the front.
Style Tip: Lean into the retro boho vibe and bring out the red trim. Try a coordinating pair of red high rise corduroy pants.
Style your tweed jacket with more youthful styling favorites.
While they look great with a coordinated skirt, opt for mini shapes, jeans, silk midi bottoms, and the like.
Once you go tweed, you might never go back. Meet your new wardrobe MVP.
What is a tweed jacket?
Traditionally, tweed is a wool-patterned fabric known for its sturdiness and thickness, but today can be found in all sorts of fabric blends, from silk to acrylic.
What really distinguishes the tweed are the distinct colored threads woven together to create a rich mixture of colors and patterns, frequently in small squares and vertical lines.
Is tweed jacket still in style in 2023?
Absolutely, a tweed jacket is a fantastic timeless piece that will bring you years of wear and style.
Even though tweed originated in the Scottish highlands in the nineteenth century, it’s been a fashion mainstay ever since from Victorian sportswear to the tweed jacket you know today.
Is tweed jacket okay for hot weather?
If you’re looking for a tweed jacket for the warmer months, choose a lightweight tweed (you’ll know the difference, it’ll be physically lighter to pick up) with a higher cotton content for breathability.
Look for lighter colors, like whites, greens, and blues to keep your jacket from feeling too wintery.
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