Examples of tweed in a Sentence
a skirt made of tweed
The elderly professor was always seen in his tweeds.
Recent Examples of tweed from the Web
For Lively, this meant a Chanel Haute Couture leather and tweed dress with a complementary jacket.
On Tuesday night, Ivanka Trump wore a $2690 asymmetrical plaid tweed Oscar de la Renta dress, first identified by CNN's Kate Bennett.
Leto paired the tweed-and-denim bottoms with a white T-shirt (turned inside out) and a chambray shirt, finishing off the southwestern aesthetic with a pair of sandy-hued Chanel cowboy boots.
Topcoats in herringbone tweed and camel nod to menswear's more traditional codes but are cut shorter and boxier for a new, less formal effect.
Stylist Rachael Wang wore her blue and yellow piece wrapped tightly around her neck with an oversized tweed suit, while others draped their XXL accessories over camel coats.
As for the collection itself, models paraded through piles of leaves in an astounding total of 80 fall-ready looks that varied from Chanel's classic tweed to fur coats, black lace gowns and oversized scarves.
The distinctive Basque jacket shape was created by bonding lightweight foam to the tweed and velvet fabrics.
To close out the collection, Elle was dressed in a long tweed and leather jacket, paired with ankle-strap heels made of gray satin.
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Origin and Etymology of tweed
First Known Use: 1841See Words from the same year
TWEED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tweed for English Language Learners
: a rough, woolen cloth that is woven with different colored threads
tweeds : tweed clothing (such as a suit)
TWEED Defined for Kids
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