I wore my Norfolk jacket and a new-to-me pair of 1940s oatmeal Tweed breeches from E. Tautz & Sons, Oxford Street, London.
Edward Tautz founded the company in 1867 and specialised in the hunting-field and military men; considered a specialist in breeches. In 1886, in court, he proved his invention of the original knickerbocker breeches.
The Tweed is very soft; loosely woven in beige and brown yarns. Fishtail back and brace buttons.
From my favorite Gentleman's Outfitter: Hogspear.
We visited the ruins of a Medieval stronghold from AD 1313 beautifully situated on a small peninsular in the beautiful Aarhus Bay.
|Beautiful hues in the landscape|
|The ruins of the Medieval stronghold from AD 1313|
|Sally the dog immensely enjoyed the walk|
|E. Tautz & Sons. Really soft Tweed in beige and brown yarns|
|Walking on the 700-year-old road to the stronghold|