The Harris Tweed are already in fame as the ones worn by the likes of Humphrey Bogart in real life and reel life, and the fictional character of Robert Langdon in Dan Brown series. They are also popular for being the uniform designs of many public schools. Harris Tweed have the characteristic open, loose twill weave that fashion-loving gentry fell in love with. The tweed originated from Outer Hebrides and it is now famous around the world.
This tweed is famous since the eighteenth century and made from 100% virgin wool. Harris Tweed was a brand back in the early years, and even today, an original Harris Tweed would get a trademark label if you buy from UK Tweed Jackets.
Styling and Maintaining Harris Tweed: