A Man’s World of
Mix & Match

Your favourite Style-Cocktail

John Crocket is more than ever liberated from fashion rules and follows dress codes in an individual way. Playing with accessories is open and must be encouraged. Leather jackets, boots or running shoes with tweed style are welcome! With the new collection, simply more is possible in mix & match.

Two that inspire each other: Blue check can be mixed with fine plain blue tones – or blue can be freshened up with light blue. Accessories round off business casual or festive outfits elegantly as a stylish component. Don’t forget: A fresh flower on the lapel.

They’re daring: Tweed in earthy tones can be combined with almost any colour contrast: From fresh white to eye-catching orange. And because the woven patterns of tweed fabrics are so subtle, it’s easy to create a mix of patterns.

These combinations come unconventionally. John Crocket presents here some examples of how classics combined with casuals create an individual look. Unique in a relaxed way, tweed proves its versatility – quite naturally.

These combinations of natural shades such as sand, reed or dark brown look appealingly warm and balanced. Even with striking check patterns, they blend naturally into countless looks. With accessories, the effect can be finely balanced. From an office look with a tweed jacket and corduroy trousers to the best man in a 3-piece with silk accessories. Feel free!

These two three-piece suits in clear blue open up unimagined possibilities. Not only can each piece be freely combined with basics of all kinds. No, the classic check also invites you to mix patterns. An elegant variation is the combination with light blue and bright orange as a Lambswool knit or a discreet colour accent in a tie or a handkerchief.

The blended weave structure results in expressive shades of blue. Basics in blue tones such as jeans or a plain-coloured shirt loosen up the look and have a modern urban effect. Just one of many mix and match possibilities with the trend colour of the season: blue. Discreet, but special.

A Guide to Tweed

John Crocket stands for suits, jackets, waistcoats, blazers, caps and bow ties made of exclusive tweed from the best manufacturers and mills in Scotland and Ireland. But what makes the fabric so special and how is tweed made?
Read more in our Tweed dictionary

Lovat Tweed always keeps warm and is very resistant even in moisture. Its colour variations are reminiscted of the landscape of Scotland.
Lovat Tweed Products
Lovat Tweed Manufactory

Harris Tweed is particularly resistant, shines in unique colors and can be combined well with other materials. Harris Tweed Products
Harris Tweed Manufactory

Magee Tweed impresses with its particularly long durability and heavy fabrics from the traditional County Donegal in Ireland. Magee Tweed Products
Magee Tweed Manufactory

Moon Tweed provides the very special feel-good factor with its luxurious feel and always keeps you warm even in cool temperatures. Moon Tweed Products
Moon Tweed Manufactory

John Hanly works exclusively with natural fibers and attaches great importance to sustainable and ethical production. John Hanly Tweed Products
John Hanly Tweed Manufactory

Marling & Evans rightly emphasizes the distinctive, unmistakable character of its tweed fabrics. Spinning, weaving and finishing are located in Huddersfield, England. Marling & Evans Tweed Products Marling & Evans Tweed Manufactory