Wool Tweed Tie: West Coast vs East Coast

 

West Coast Look

East Coast Look

Tie

Shirt

Blazer

Jeans

Pocket Square

Tie Bar

Watch

Boots

Bag

Bike

Tie

White Shirt

Blazer

Jeans

Jacket

Boots

Pocket Square

Cashmere Scarf

Umbrella

 

West Coast, East Coast and TWEED

We were so very pleased to be a part of The Menswear Club's January Parcel - "THE TWEED SOCIETY" with our Wool Tweed Tie. We’re self-proclaimed Tweed enthusiasts that look for every opportunity to talk about menswear, accessories and yes, TWEED.

With Winter in full effect (we’re talking about you El Nino), we wanted to create two looks centred around our featured Tweed Tie. We created a West Coast Look and an East Coast look based on the current temperature. San Francisco is currently 61 degrees and New York City is 37 degrees. What a difference a few degrees can make!

West Coast style is typically more relaxed and broken in than East Coast Style all year round - but especially more so in Winter. People are commuting on bikes with back packs full to the brim with laptops, lunches and random supplies. They can go with or without a blazer depending on the day’s meetings, and they like to go from day to night without changing a thing about their fashion ensemble.  

East Coasters are weather savvy and are always prepped for anything Mother Nature could throw at them from snow to rainstorms to record low temperatures. They believe in layers and lots of them. The style is more urban with a gravitational color pull towards blacks, slate grays and mahogany browns. The tweed tie is paired with a crisp white shirt and layered with a blazer for style and a winter jacket for warmth.

No matter what your style is or what coast you’re on, The Menswear Club is for you. Check out more Bows-N-Ties menswear accessories by going to our website and visiting our fashion blog.

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Charles Kerr
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