I know that when people think “flannel” they often think “lumberjack” or “grunge singer from the early 90s” …but in reality, this super soft and warm fabric is perfect for winter.
Fortunately there are ways to incorporate flannel shirts into your wardrobe in ways that don’t make you look like a grungy dude—or like you’re wearing pajamas.
One example is this flannel shirt. The ruffle trim and back shirring give it a feminine style—but of course it’s got all the sweet qualities of flannel. And it’s incredibly comfortable, too.
Another option is the flannel big shirt, which is perfect for days where you just want to wear something cozy. Still feminine—and big enough to wear over a more fitted t-shirt.
Shirts aren’t the only way to work flannel into your wardrobe. These twill pants</a> are also soft flannel—but you would never guess by looking at them!