Donegal Tweed, it can also be wool, is a tweed with multi-colored yarns that are woven with single-color yarns for a pebbled look. It is named after its birthplace of Donegal, Ireland where it was first made in the 1800’s.
Why you want it: Donegal Tweeds are classy. They’ve been worn by prepsters for years. Just make sure to get one with a slim cut and a refined pattern and it’s a great choice for fall.