A Stunning Tweed Cap in Camel
Herringbone tweed has been a trusted, warming fabric for centuries – the herringbone pattern itself was used as far back as the Roman Empire. The fabric itself still delivers top-notch warmth and protection from the cold, and it’s used to great impact by Irish hatmakers John Hanly. They’ve updated the traditional newsboy style with an eye-catching, rich Camel tweed, the sort that styles up particularly well with workwear items like a denim chore coat or chambray shirting. And if you want to offset a navy wool blazer with a touch of contrast in a more casual setting, you’ve found a perfectly rugged hat of choice.