Lucy Hale’s Lengthy Bermuda Shorts and Cropped Top Put a Reimagined Spin on the Classic Tweed Set

Yet again, the actress displayed her classic elegance.
Lucy Hale poses and smiles at the camera wearing her dark brown hair in a gentle wave.

Lucy Hale.

We all know tweed to be a timeless classic. The fabric, made to be thick, warm and fit for fall and winter, has always been a great cold weather staple. For a long time, tweed seemed relegated to the office, or buttoned-up events. Now, with the help of Chanel’s iconic designs, and a general reinvention of the style as streetwear, tweed is having an out-of-office moment.

The newfound versatility of the style makes possible a sort of experiment with the material that wasn’t viable when tweed was relegated to office clothes. As streetwear, it’s starting to take on new forms. Only the latest version came in the form of actress Lucy Hale’s lightweight knit white tweed set, a variation on the typically heavy material.

She wore a long-sleeved tweed crop top, paired with matching long Bermuda shorts, a new take on the classic tweed set. She added a pair of black pointed high heels and a small blackhandbag.

With a series of silver earrings and a soft, subdued face of glam—featuring a full lash, a touch of eyeshadow and a soft pink lip—the 34-year-old rounded out her look for an evening spent attending a Longchamp collection launch in New York City.

Though the style was unconventional, Hale more than made it work, putting her classic elegance on display once again. It may not be fashion month anymore, but the actress is continuing to bring her best, innovative style, and we’re taking note.

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Martha Zaytoun


Martha Zaytoun is a Lifestyle & Trending News writer for SI Swimsuit. Before joining the team, Martha worked on the editorial board of the University of Notre Dame’s student magazine and on the editorial team at Chapel Hill, Durham and Chatham Magazines in North Carolina. When not working, Martha loves to watercolor and oil paint, run or water ski. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and a huge Fighting Irish fan.