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We are so delighted to introduce a big new step for us as a brand by introducing Donegal Tweed to our core collection. 


An expansion of our deep love and passion for Irish textiles and keeping our rich heritage alive- originating in Co Donegal, this fabric has for centuries been woven by hand, mirroring the rugged, beautiful landscapes it hails from.


The Tweed Jacket is a contemporary twist on a traditional double breasted suit jacket. When designing this piece, the goal was to strike the balance between feeling like you'd thrown on your Grandad's tweed jacket with a sense of elegance and femininity. We think we've achieved the balance with the boxy fit and shoulder pads, contrasted with the oversized bow that hangs beautifully down the back along with extra volume in the cut that allows for a beautiful swing when moving. 


The Coat is fully lined with a beautiful striped tumbled linen which creates a beautiful finish and extra warmth for the winter months. 





<p><strong>Care Instructions for Your Donegal Tweed Collection</strong></p>

<p>At Kindred of Ireland, we take pride in offering you high-quality Donegal Tweed garments that are not only stylish but also durable. To ensure your Donegal Tweed pieces remain in excellent condition for years to come, please follow these care instructions:</p>

<p><strong>1. Dry Cleaning Recommended</strong></p>

<li>We recommend dry cleaning your Donegal Tweed garments to maintain their texture and color. Professional dry cleaners have the expertise to handle delicate fabrics like tweed.</li>

<p><strong>2. Spot Cleaning</strong></p>

<li>In case of minor stains or spills, gently blot the affected area with a clean, dry cloth to absorb excess liquid. Avoid rubbing, as it may damage the fabric.</li>

<p><strong>3. Storage</strong></p>

<li>When not wearing your Donegal Tweed garments, store them in a cool, dry place. Avoid hanging them on sharp hooks, as this can cause snagging. Instead, use padded hangers or fold them neatly to prevent creases.</li>


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