The texture for both of our extravagance tweed suits and petticoat are 375gsm, 100 percent Shetland Wool, woven into Tweed texture, an unpleasant surfaced woolen material, commonly of blended spotted colors, initially created in Scotland. The texture for our suits comes from Abraham Moon and Sons of Leeds, an organization with a fine history of texture supply from the mid 1800’s to the significant style places of today.
We worked intimately with Abraham Moon and Sons while picking our tweeds to guarantee our suits would accompany the accompanying advantages of fleece:
Fleece is the conspicuous decision for a top notch tweed suits, it is a solid and strong texture with the fleece filaments having the option to be twisted multiple times without breaking despite everything having the ability to recuperate.
The assembling system for our Tweeds versus that of man-made filaments utilizes significantly less energy. With lower carbon dioxide discharges we’re glad to say that our decision of fleece in our Tweed suits implies a low carbon sway on the planet.
You may not consider a suit a recyclable item and our suits are unquestionably ones that last with worked in life span (read more about how our suits keep going for quite a long time), however it’s vital that materials are recyclable where conceivable. Old fleece and fiber is recyclable as protection and geotextiles, the filaments make a decent manure as well… obviously, we’re talking a long time from now on!