Collection: Flannel

Flannel is the material of winter. It is soft, comfortable and keeps you warm. For Christmas, let yourself be tempted by our cotton flannel shirts or our wool flannel jackets and pants.

Flannel

The flannel shirt

Soft and insulating, flannel fabric is very popular during the cold seasons. The flannel shirt has the advantage of keeping warm while giving a neat look to the wearer. This warm and comfortable material originates from Wales and is associated with both relaxed and more classic cuts. Originally, the fabric was composed exclusively of wool, but today it exists in a 100% cotton version – the composition found on shirts.

A winter shirt, but not only

If the flannel shirt allows you to stay warm while being elegant, it is thanks to its fine yarn weave. To the touch, the fabric is very soft and fluffy, because it is lightly brushed to bring out the fibers of the weave. We use this technique to make our men's cotton flannel shirts. Flannel fabric does not crease easily, this is one of its many advantages. Our shirts are made of 100% cotton so that the flannel shirt can be worn skin to skin as well as over a T-shirt outside of the winter season.

A shirt that stands out at first glance

Its soft yet robust appearance is immediately noticeable. It's a shirt that you just want to put on for a hike or slip under a suit jacket. The flannel shirt is often called the "backpacker" or "lumberjack" shirt, partly thanks to the freedom of movement it provides, and partly for the checkered or tartan patterns with which it is often associated. Remember that tartan is a pattern while flannel is a fabric: they are not necessarily associated! For our men's flannel shirts, we have chosen plain, easy-to-wear patterns like flea prints or stripes. The latter have less connotation and are easier to combine with other pieces.

How to wear a flannel shirt?

Don't hesitate to wear it in both formal and casual contexts.
For a formal look: Combined with a full suit, the flannel shirt brings a real touch of originality that will bring out your style. This little extra comes from the slight gap between the elegance of the suit and the casualness of the shirt. Don't hesitate to reverse the fabrics, for example by wearing a poplin shirt with a flannel jacket.
For an adventurer look: The thick flannel shirt with a buttoned collar will be ideal for an outing in the great outdoors, to be combined for example with chinos, ankle boots, and, for winter, a wool scarf.
For a smart casual look: With its patterns and classic cut, combining comfort and distinction, the pied de Puce flannel shirt brings together the best of both worlds.