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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by desaparecidos, May 6, 2007.

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    flannel is a type of fabric, not a type of pattern...
    but if you want a button up shirt like those i would reccomend going to a thrift store...you can also find pants and blazers with the same print
     
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    no flannel is a type of shirt. but thanks anyways. links and specific stores would be appreciated
     
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    sorry to offend, but i am a fashion designer by profession...

    altho "flannels" are typically plaid, that is not there defining chracteristic.

    a flannel is normally a wool, or cotton/wool blend that is brushed on both sides to cause the fluffly texture, also called woolin. the main pourpose of flannel is to insulate and keep warm, which is why you see, or have seen, a lumber jack wearing them. the fabric is also used in side polar uniforms and more commonly sleeping bags.
     
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    whatever dog
     
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