It might not technically be fall yet, but that doesn’t mean you can’t prepare for it. You can start with the recently released set of shirts from Rogue Territory. There’s many a flannel for this fall/winter ’15 drop, some of which channel old school Big Mac vibes, all of which sport the workwear-inspired chainstitch run-off detail.
There are two new versions of the Utility Shirt this time around, both made in a Japanese 7 oz. brushed flannel with grey horn buttons, contrast yoke fabric, and reinforced elbows. Two versions of the Jumper Shirt come to us both in mid-weight flannels with classic plaids that are both neppy and slubby. The pearl cateye buttons are a nice touch, too. The three new Western Shirt fabrics are based off of vintage plaid flannels and weigh in at a hefty 10oz. They’re fixed with black pearl snaps for the plackets and dual flap pockets which have hidden pockets within them. If the grey plaid version is your jam, you should know that it’s a collaboration with Standard & Strange and is on pre-order at the moment. Not so fast, dude.
This is by no means Rogue Territory’s full lineup for this next season, but it gives us a pretty good teaser of what’s to come. The shirts range from $195 to $225 and you can find them at Rogue Territory.