Tweed may not be the first thing you think of, when it comes to chic fall fashion. But think again ladies, tweed is one of this falls must have fashionable fabrics. Tweed is made of wool and originally started gaining popularity in the 1800’s in Scotland. Tweed is classical used in jackets but now-a-days we are seeing tweed used for skirts, shirts and dresses. Celebrities like Emma Roberts, Diane Kruger and Mischa Barton have been spotted rocking sexy tweed this fall, each with a different twist on this classic Scottish fashion staple. To help you master the trend we have put together our favorite tweed pieces that you should add to your fall wardrobe.

Classic Tweed Blazer

This is probably the most common way to wear tweed, and that’s because it always looks great. A tweed blazer is appropriate for daytime, nighttime, officer wear and casual wear  Talk about versatile! Of course traditional black looks chic, but we recommend trying different colors like navy blue, white or even shades of grey.

Tweed Trench

We love a classic cut trench coat in an unexpected fabric like tweed. Not only is it perfect for fall and winter, but it’s also edgy and interesting. Pair a dark tweed trench coat with cream colored skinny jeans for a sophisticated cold weather look.

Tweed Pencil Skirt

A different fabric is a great way to update an old wardrobe classic, and tweed is the perfect one for fall. Look for a tweed pencil skirt that can be paired with a blazer and pumps for the office, yet can also be paired with a silky top and strappy sandals for date night. If you’re concerned about comfort because tweed can at times be itchy, never fear because most skirts are lined on the inside and if not you can opt to wear a slip underneath it.