The Tweed Jacket Is Back: How to Pull Off the ’90s Fashion Favorite Right Now

Look back into at any ’90s It Girl’s wardrobe and you’ll find one of these: a classic tweed blazer.

Tweed jackets were first popularized by Coco Chanel at the turn on the 20th century, but it wasn’t until the ’90s that the once prim-and-proper outerwear became cool and youthful. It all started in spring 1994, when Karl Lagerfeld sent out a spring collection of sexy, fun, and youthful tweed suits, crop tops and bralettes on supermodels Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, Nadja Aurmann, and Cindy Crawford. After that, everyone wanted a tweed jacket in their style arsenals to wear with jeans and flats.

Helena Christensen in a tweed look on the Chanel runway in 1994

So we’re pleased to report the trend is back with a vengeance. Style stars Clemence Poesy, Charlotte Le Bon and others rocked their Chanel tweed à la ’90s, with everything from jeans to wide-leg trousers. Here’s how to rock the look right now:

Miroslava Duma teamed her tweed jacket up with cropped jeans and a white T-shirt.

Cecile Cassel mixed it up with a tweed vest and a denim mini.

Clemence Poesy’s classic black trousers make the look perfect for a night out.

Charlotte Le Bon went all-black with wide-leg trousers.

Shop our favorite styles here:

Tweed jacket with zippers, $198,

See by Chloe wool-blend tweed jacket, $226,

Proenza Schouler collarless tweed jacket, $1,691,

IRO Aubrey paneled cotton-blend tweed jacket, $366,

Etoile Isabel Marant Flenn tweed blazer, $415,


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