Trespass in herringbone tweed knickerbocker suit and a cape lined in gabardine- with plenty of room in the pockets for oats for casual friends; designed by Tony Armstrong.
An ideal fall wardrobe from The Observer magazine, 10 September 1967. How I would love to be tromping in the countryside in an adorable tartan skirt suit by Foale & Tuffin...
Trespass in weatherproof Gannex tweed jacket, matching tweed skirt and camel-hair turtleneck jumper; all by Peter Saunders.
Trespass in misty grey and green tartan suit- just the job for making hay where the sun shines. The jacket is battledress shape, and the skirt has culotte pleats at both front and back; by Foale & Tuffin.
Trespass in tartan culottes and this Shetland jumper by John Laing.
Trespass in this trad gabardine raincoat warmed up for treacherous autumn cold snaps with a creamy white Tibetan lamb lining; by Burberry's. Grass-green boucle jersey dress with floppy turtleneck and long bloused sleeves; by Foale & Tuffin.
Trespass more energetically in this dosgtooth tweed cape worn over a maxi-length culotte, by Mariann McDonnell.
All photos by Barry Lategan for The Observer magazine, 10 September 1967.
Labels: 60s, autumn, barry lategan, burberry, country, culottes, foale and tuffin, the observer, tweed