Did you see a flash of tweed while walking around Brooklyn yesterday? Well don't worry, it wasn't deja vu from last night at The Trendy Anachronistic Speakeasy: it was the second annual Big Apple Tweed Fall Ride, a day to appreciate biking and fashion, in a 19th century sort of way. The ride began at the Grand Army Plaza entrance of Prospect Park, made a stop in Boerum Hill and ended in Park Slope. Riders donned different elegant tweed designs, a la old English cycling attire, along with bowler hats, pipes and other accessories. Take a look at some of the posh clothes of yesterday's participants.
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