When the weather turns a little cooler or you just need to feel a little more enveloped, a flannel shirt can often be all you need to provide that extra level of covering a simple cotton shirt doesn't offer. These are the occasions when a pullover might be too much, when a cardigan doesn't work for you and a sleeveless top is just too dressy or fashion-like.
The most common flannel design for shirts is the woodcutter's tartan, although many styles are pretty far removed from any recognised clan design. These shirts are found in their masses in all kinds of discount clothing stores, but the best are strictly designer and command a healthy price tag. Dip into a branch of any of the teen-orientated clothing brands and you'll find scores of these flannel variants. They come in many guises to, some with designer buttons or studs, other aimed at girls with added feminine twists such as tie-able hems. You may even find one of the styles that are becoming increasingly sought after in vintage clothing shoes up and down the country. These are the completely sleeveless designs and they are so hard to come by that stores are constructing their own - or should that be deconstructing?
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