Smells like teen spirit.

With fall nearly here, it’s time to start rocking that oh-so angst-ridden material that the Seattle-grunge gents made so popular: flannel! This is some that, like it’s cousin, plaid, needs to be done carefully because nobody wants to look EXACTLY like Cobain (r.i.p. but dude looked like he smelled). Check out the examples below and note the commentary for each.

(The charcoal and black work well together to downplay the flannel pattern and note how the model rocks the shirt with sleeves rolled/bunched. Perfect way to pull off the ‘boyfriend’ look that’s so hot right now!)

(These two are classically feminine hoodies with the flannel print that sets them perfectly in the fall season.)

(These are two flannel shirts that are slimmer fitting to accentuate the beauty that is the female form. Very autumn yet very sexy.)

(This is that ‘new-flannel’ look that only the fashionably confident gents can pull off. When you pair it with denim that highlights one of the colors in the shirt, you’re making your mark and screaming style!)

(This black flannel shirt is the perfect partner to some raw indigo or black denim and black suede kicks. Equally at home with or without blazer, you can throw on a solid black tie and turn your fashion dial up a notch!)

(These two gray flannel shirts are just fine with a pair of black khakis or black denim and some oxfords or understated gym shoes. Throw on a topcoat or military jacket and brave the concrete jungle.)

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One Response to “Smells like teen spirit.”

  1. Geordae Says:

    Spotted the same colorful flannel via Pacsun. I might cave in and buy one for myself.

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