For its second Autumn/Winter collection, Tom Morris has drawn its inspiration by the journey Tom made from St. Andrews to Prestwick in 1851. The course he designed there would go on to become the birthplace of The Open Championship. Some of the notable pieces in the collection are the Philp DB Peacot, which is double breasted coat made from heavy wool made in England. The classic tailored fit and length of the coat make it the perfect jacket to wear over a suit or with jeans on the weekend. Other highlights include the Ferrie Field Jacket crafted from 100% cotton twill with deep front pockets and drawstring waist, make this a great everyday piece. In terms of layering you can’t go wrong with either Ambugh Fairisle Jumper made from 100% Scottish lambswool or the Farnie Cable Raglan Jumper. The entire collection features a lot of great earth and jewel tones for Autumn/Winter 2014 and the use of a more prominent old Tom Morris logo on a lot of the pieces.
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