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S.E.H Kelly Donegal tweed

November 18, 2013

From the many posts on here about the label, you’ve probably noticed that S.E.H Kelly go about things rather differently to everyone else. A huge part of what they’re about as a brand is finding makers who are the best at what they do, and then working with them to manufacture products that aren’t quite what they’d ordinarily do.

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The tweed the label has had woven for them is a case in point. Emanating from County Donegal, this particular Tweed is somewhat more contemporary than the traditional types you get in that part of the world. It’s still produced from the same Donegal yarn flecks, and is still a classic hefty weight, but the colours are more muted and the patterns are more geometric than normal.

And with this cloth, S.E.H Kelly have created a range of typically refined and understated garments, including a stunner of a Pea Coat, a three-button blazer and a range of caps (originally a Japan only release but they’ve now found themselves over in Blighty too). All of these pieces have recently been restocked in time for Winter, so for a piece of out of the ordinary Irish Tweed, go to the website here: S.E.H Kelly.

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  1. November 18, 2013 1:07 pm

    These are they guys I’d want keeping me warm this winter.

    http://www.bucketsandspadesblog.com

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