Fall in Love with These 5 Flannels and Plaids

by Andrew Villagomez

EDGE Media Network Contributor

Tuesday October 8, 2019

Nothing says it's fall quite like flannel does. Pumpkin spice comes close, but the comfort of a great flannel shirt just makes everything right in the world. We're officially in flannel season, so EDGE decided to get cozy with five of our favorite picks of the season.

Nordstrom BP. x Alex Costa Plaid Button-Down Flannel Shirt, $49
Go bold this season with your flannel and opt for a black and white shirt to stand out. This style comes from Nordstrom's collaboration with YouTube influencer Alex Costa and the luxury retailer's BP. private label. Check out the 30-piece collection here.


Toad&Co Indigo Flannel Long Sleeve Slim Shirt, $80
For an outdoorsy flannel shirt, this style from Toad&Co. is a mid-weight shirt made from 100% organic cotton and features moisture-wicking properties to keep you comfortable as you move. Wear countless times without worry as the Indigo dye used for the shirt is made to age gracefully.


Topman Stone Tartan Check Slim Shirt, $45
Tartan is another classic plaid pattern to wear in the colder months. Dress up this Topman cotton tartan shirt for a night out with dark pants, or dressed it down by leaving open over a T-shirt.


ASOS WHITE Wool Mix Coat, $127
Look effortless in this windowpane plaid check style coat from the ASOS WHITE collection, which features minimal, clean oversize styles. A wool-mix fabric, pair with whites and creams for an even smoother look.


Woolrich Men's Wool Zipper Buffalo Jacket, $495
Buffalo plaid is a traditional cold-weather pattern that starts appearing as the weather gets more chilly. Typically red and black, try this clean black and white wool zipper jacket from Woolrich for a modern take on the archival classic.

Andrew Villagomez is a journalist and photographer covering travel, men's fashion, grooming and other lifestyle topics. His work has appeared in print and online publications including Travel + Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, Essential Homme, Delta Sky Magazine, Out, Details, Thrillist and more. He is also runs his own style and travel blog, Vee Travels. You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.

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