Cognitive Dissonance: "I love my classic vintage Harris Tweed" vs. "Jackets with a low gorge are embarrassingly outdated" As fall fashion season approaches (and yes, fashion) all minds turn to the "eternal timeless gentleman" classic look of tweed. Yet, no one here would DARE wear a 1980s "Miami Vice" era jacket lest someone post a picture of Gekko holding a giant cellular telephone. So, the subject speaks for itself. How do you personally reconcile this, with regards to tweed jackets? I have a vintage tweed jacket, but noticed its low gorge. If it were a navy suit, it would get laughed off the forum. Is tweed the same, or does it get a pass? Or, is it just subject to transient fashion whims (planned obsolescence), like everything else except shoes.