Fashion: 5 ways to wear tweed

5 WAYS TO WEAR: tweed
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Tweed has kissed the country life goodbye and reinvented itself as a fabric for the city - forget hairy walking jackets, the new tweed is modern, clean-cut and softer on the skin. Wear it in the form of slouch trousers (with a slash-neck jumper) or a Chanel-style straight skirt. And remember: leave the Barbour jacket and wellies at home

Clockwise from top left: black jumper, pounds 60, from French Connection, 249 Regent St, W1 and branches nationwide (enq: 0171 399 7200); tweed skirt, pounds 35, from Top Shop, 214 Oxford St, W1 and branches nationwide (enq: 0171 291 2706); grey shoes, pounds 115, from Russell & Bromley, branches nationwide (enq: 0171 629 6903). Coat, pounds 94.99, from Oasis, 292 Regent St, W1 and branches nationwide (enq: 0171 836 2911). Grey sparkle top, pounds 26.99, by Oasis, as before; tweed trousers, pounds 50, from Warehouse, 19-21 Argyll St, W1 and branches nationwide (enq: 0171 278 3491). Tweed trousers, pounds 130, by Sportmax, from MaxMara, 32 Sloane St, SW1 (enq: 0171 287 3434); burgundy cardigan, pounds 35, from Dorothy Perkins, 184 Oxford St, W1 and branches nationwide (enq: 0171 291 2706). Beige jumper, pounds 65, from French Connection, as before; tweed skirt, pounds 150, by Boyd, from Browns, 23-27 South Molton St, W1 (enq: 0171 381 4229); shoes, as before

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