Tweed Archive: Duke of Windsor Edition

Nicholas Storey, writing in the History of Men’s Fashion:

The tweed cap comes in many styles. They began as country headwear mainly worn by the working man until the extra fill cut cap was worn by the Duke of Windsor, when Prince of Wales, who favoured the Lock & Co turnbury style, which is also worn by the present Prince of Wales.

See also: The Duke of Windsor, Style Icon and previous Tweed Archive posts.


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