Harris Tweed is a hand woven cloth, created by islanders who work from their residences in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. It is made from a pure virgin wool that dyed and spun. Check some interesting facts about Harris Tweed.
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He is in his early 80s, a gentleman, and a well spoken individual.
When thinking of famous people in tweed jackets, one that comes to mind would be: Sean Connery. As an actor and producer his biography is a mile long with outstanding achievements in his adult life.
Yet, early in his youth he was employed in jobs at the grass roots, and heart beat level of society.
Likely that these beginnings cultivated a personality that reflects many fine attributes that is shared by most men.
The impression given by Sean Connery is that he is sickened by much of the modern day methods being used in Hollywood, and wishes that the quality of films would turn away from the disgusting scripts that are becoming movies.
Sir Thomas Sean Connery was knighted in July of 2000, and this is worthy to toast. He has also been voted as the Greatest Living Scot. However, perhaps his finest hour was a little over ten years ago when he was voted Sexiest Man of the Century.
Now after a few glasses of Scotch, it would be interesting to hear what he would have to say about that.
In all the news statements that have been issued, it would appear that he has indeed retired to a life of memoirs. This will continue to keep his great mind active, and provide the future with opinions that will likely be respected by most men, even if it’s within their own small league of extraordinary gentlemen.
When choosing pieces to add to your wardrobe, the classic stylings of tweed can add to your collection in a way that will last for many years. Tweed has been used in fashion for decades, but it is interesting to note that its origins are actually very humble.
[photo by: Adam UXB Smith]
Tweed jackets and clothing was worn originally by folks who lived in the countryside and was well suited for jackets to keep the wearer toasty warm in the bleakest of conditions. Czytaj całość »