Now that we’re three months into it, we’re guessing your winter wardrobe is feeling a little tired. (Seriously, how many times have you worn your favorite sweater since December?) And, even though it’s not time to break out those open-toed heels just yet, that doesn’t mean we can’t spruce up our closets for the last leg of the season with fresh flannels.
Luckily, unlike herringbone and tweed, flannel feels perfectly at home at temperatures into the 60s, so you won’t have to pack them away come spring. And, with both wool and cotton options, you can choose to layer your fave under a sweater, wear it solo, or around your waist à la The Man Repeller.