Yes, put away your gold lamé–because today is TWEED DAY!
|Posted on April 2, 2013 at 10:25 AM
APRIL 3rd IS TWEED DAY
By M-J de Mesterton
Our friend Steve Worthington, eminent storyboard artist and sculptor, has written and illustrated a tale for Tweed Day, which is today, the Third of April, 2013.
Click upon the miniature picture to see Steve Worthington’s scintillating Tweed Day tale, an action-story that includes cartoon-images of me and my husband, and highlights the desirability of tweed cloth*….
*Tweed is cloth, not “fabric”.
Read More at Classic, Elegant Dressing
M-J de Mesterton in Aquascutum Tweed Suit, Her Perennial Favourite
Rugged, traditional, natural and elegant tweed made from Scottish wool is the best material for fall and winter dressing. Easily covered with a trench-coat or embellished with a pashmina or long wool scarves, tweed will keep you warm and dry. Tweed suits, skirts, trousers and jackets are always fashionable.
©M-J de Mesterton
ELEGANT SURVIVAL RECOMMENDS BOOKSTER for ALL YOUR OUTFITTING NEEDS
Create your own Individual Jackets, Separates or Suits
Made to Order from a Wide Range of Cloths and Options
Summer Dress and Peep-Toe Shoes in December?!
Why is the anchorwoman wearing a sleeveless summer dress in cold NYC on December 6th? Are biceps something that female talking heads suddenly find a crying need to bare, even in freezing temperatures? Are they using too much energy, in an effort to keep tropically warm indoors? Is it seasonally appropriate to wear bare-toed shoes on wintry days, as the woman in red is doing, or sandals (the first lady wore sandals at a Kennedy Center gala last weekend) in December? I don’t think so. These women are on a national television show, displaying their irresponsible, energy-inefficient lifestyles before the public, as if to say that a size XXX carbon-footprint is desirable. The rest of us are wearing wool and tweed, living in homes without heat most of the time.