Universal Thread plaid flannel shirt brings casual, classic flair to your cool-weather wardrobe
100% cotton fabric lends a soft feel and comfortable fit for all-day wear
Can be styled unbuttoned, buttoned or tied for a range of outfits
Easy to pair with a variety of bottoms for versatile styling options
Material: 100% Cotton
Fit: Casual Fit
Length: Below hip
Features: Chest patch pocket, Long sleeve, Front button down
Features: Back yoke, Front placket
Garment back type: Yoke
Garment cuff closure type: Button
Number of cuff fasteners: 2
Garment cuff cut type: Straight cut cuff
Garment sleeve style: Basic sleeve
Care and Cleaning: Machine wash & Tumble dry
Item Number (DPCI): 013-02-2831
Flannels: they're kind of a big deal for the fall season. This Plaid Long-Sleeve Cotton Flannel Shirt from Universal Thread™ features a black and white plaid pattern that'll bring classic flair to your everyday style while being easy to mix and match with a range of looks. The comfort and softness of a flannel weave made from 100% cotton fabric lends the cozy feel you love wrapping yourself in during the chilly season, and a casual fit makes it a breeze to style in a multitude of ways. Keep things casually cool by leaving this flannel plaid shirt unbuttoned and layered over a graphic T-shirt paired with distressed skinny jeans and sneakers, or opt for a classic buttoned-up look with knee-high boots.
I have purchased plaid flannel shirts at target in the past and been very satisfied. The ones I got on line were not flannel and felt like a very inferior material. I returned them and ould not recommend them.
I wanted to give this 5 stars, but the fit is a little odd. I ordered a medium, I’m 5’5”, 135 pounds, and this is super wide. The only way it looks ok on me is if I leave the front unbuttoned. The fabric is nice and heavy and pattern is nice.
I ordered online and was disappointed when I got it. It is advertised as a flannel, which to me, means a softer, thicker fabric. This is not a warm this flannel. It’s a plaid shirt. I kept it. But it’s not what I thought it was