How to wear a flannel shirt part two

How to wear a flannel shirt part two

How to wear a flannel shirt part two

It is okay if a flannel shirt fits a little bit different than other shirts, like a little more relaxed, because a flannel shirt is a work shirt, so you should be able to go outside and clean some snow and not feel like your shirt is going to rip because it is too tight.

The right fit of the flannel shirt:

You should always check the shoulder seam, and that the shoulder seams should sit right where your shoulder and your arm meet, so it shouldn’t be hanging down on your arm and it shouldn't be up close to your neck. The sleeves should end right where your wrist meets your hand. The collar should be loose enough that you can button the top comfortably but no looser than that. The length of the shirt should hit about mid fly so the longest part of the front of the shirt should end at about mid fly, and it shouldn’t go down past the bottom of your fly. Also, you do not have to wear flannel with just jeans and boots, because it is pretty versatile fabric and you can wear it in a lot of different ways.

Flannel shirt outfit, number 2:

Navy chinos, boots, glasses, the flannel shirt and then a quarter zip pullover. This is a great business casual outfit, you can wear this to work. Then this is a kind of outfit you can go straight from work to happy hour and not look out of place. Adding just a v-neck sweater or a quarter zip pullover is a great way to add a very smart casual layer to your outfit. This is a solid outfit for a business casual setting.
Flannel shirt outfit, number 3:
Jeans, boots, a flannel shirt and a vest, a second layer, and then a field jacket. This outfit is warm and you can take the jacket off and this is the best outfit for fall.

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