The Ultimate Guide to Flannel in Florida

Flannel isn’t just for guys that carry axes anymore. They come in handy with the changes in Florida temperature, while keeping you lookin’ good. And whether edgy or frumpy, flannels can add some fun and function to any outfit. Here is how I like to style mine:

Bipolar Weather

Breaking a sweat on the way to class but then having to sit and shiver through it is not only distracting but quite frustrating when picking out an outfit.

Instead of looking like a tourist with a sweater or jacket around your waist, you can look cute and be comfortable. Once class starts, just take it off and wear it like a jacket. And vice versa once you’re back outside.

Photo by Mohammed F Emran
Photo by Mohammed F Emran

Photo by Netanya Walton
Photo by Netanya Walton

Comfortable and Conservative

If you rarely get cold but love to be comfortable, tying one around your waist over a pair of leggings not only hides your butt, but makes it seem like you put effort into an outfit.

  Add Some Grunge

Photo by Netanya Walton
Photo by Netanya Walton

Photo by Netanya Walton
Photo by Netanya Walton

Knot a flannel over some distressed jeans and a throw on a hat and you can have an edgy style for the day. Pair it with combat boots for around campus or put on some heels for a more dressed up look.

Want to be comfy but cute enough to go out for the night? Button it up, throw on shorts or jeans, and some comfy heeled boots.  

Spice it Up

Photo by Netanya Walton
Photo by Netanya Walton

Photo by Mohammed F Emran
Photo by Mohammed F Emran

Or it just adds some color to a normally plain dress. 

Tip: If you want actual flannel and not a plaid t-shirt check out the guy’s section. I got both of mine from GAP, where even the kids department has nice ones.

 

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