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
Find the tweed that works for your budget and office dress code, and head into your next all-staff meeting looking like the coziest, and coolest guy at the company.
Gigi channeled her go-to monochrome style in a tweed coat over a gray sweater dress with pewter sock boots and dangling earrings.
Jil Sander Coat, $4,190, Totokaelo New York, 206-623-3582 Instead of the predictable parka silhouette, Sacai designer Chitose Abe adapted a blouson shape for her sophisticated wool tweed and alpaca puffer.
Seating surfaces and seatbacks were wool cloth with leather trim on the side bolsters, seat cushion front and seat back shoulder area – reminding me of patches on a tweed jacket at wear points.
Additionally in the living room, a pair of geometric ottomans upholstered in a Chanel-like tweed and a cowhide chair are arranged around a fireplace and a brass coffee table.
Models, including Kaia Gerber and Adwoa Aboah, walked past the waterfall and then down a traditional runway through the audience, clad in Chanel tweed and plastic (read: waterproof) accessories.
Tops, cold-shoulder bow sweaters, mixed tweed jackets, dresses and other apparel ranging from $79 to $369 is offered in sizes from XS to XL.
This neoclassical grand dame also received a touch of chic androgyny with new furnishings that draw from male couture and tailoring: The new curtain cords resemble a man’s belt, while chairs and chaise lounges are decked out in dapper tweed.
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Origin and Etymology of tweed
First Known Use: 1841See Words from the same year
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