Originally Posted by dopey
Yep. That is a good scale for a B&W herringbone. And I do like the palette - that captures the city look I want.
So . . . now that you have lived some years with your Moonbeam, what do you think? How would you compare it to your other tweeds.
Glad you like the B&W herringbone...I very much enjoy my Moonbeam. I don't wear navy jackets too much, but when I do I really like it. Holds it's shape and super comfortable. It does wear a bit on the warmer side.
Originally Posted by Cantabrigian
I'm obviously not Slewy but I think you'll always be disappointed with Moonbeam if you want it to be a tweed. Just like you'll always be disappointed with tweed if you want something very soft.
I would agree with that although I wouldn't equate Moonbeam with tweed and people shouldn't expect to. It has some tweed like patterns in look, but it stops there. It's like a light, fluffy cashmere with its Lambswool and Angora.