Read Matt Allinson’s recent article on tweed and then treat yourself to this unique Customellow creation. The up-and-coming South Korean brand takes quintessentially Western designs and updates them with a quirky, Eastern edge. This tweed blazer is, quite simply, Customellow’s innovative nature at its best.
It cannot be stressed enough that tweed is a huge trend this season. The fabric has enjoyed a renaissance of sorts over the past few years, in which it has firmly established itself as an essential winter fabric. Its durability and warmth has made it a firm favourite amongst the upper class gentry for over a century now but it is currently enjoying popularity amongst us ordinary folk. However, as high street stores have cottoned on to the trend, it inevitably becomes difficult to decide which tweed blazer to invest in. This is where the Customellow blazer comes in – it manages the insurmountable task of standing out amongst all that tweed.
The contrasting, stitched shoulder patch, the small, buttoned coin pocket and, most notably, the unique double stand-up collar are all elements of the Customellow blazer that set it apart from its mass produced counterparts. This blazer exudes designer quirkiness and Eastern eccentricity but at the same time, it retains the heritage, reliability and tradition associated with the tweed fabric. Because Customellow maintains the balance so well, this blazer is surprisingly versatile. Whether you find yourself in the edgy underbelly of Seoul or your local pub, the Customellow blazer will serve you well.
Tweed began trending last winter and it’s even bigger now. However, it’s still not too late to invest in a staple tweed piece like this – tweed is here to stay for many years to come.
Retailing at £425.00, you can invest in this blazer now at my-wardrobe.com.