Every time the sun comes out these days, I get my hopes up that summer is just around the corner. But, seeing as I live in New England, I eventually go back inside to find that there’s yet another nor’easter predicted for the following day. Needless to say, this kind of weather is confusing in many ways, especially when it comes to what the heck to wear when things can change on a dime.
Stock MFG.’s latest release, the Barracks Shirt, is a simple-yet-functional blanket-weight flannel shirt, cut from a military green 6.20z. 100% cotton flannel twill. It features two flap chest pockets secured with etched metal buttons, a button front placket, and a pointed collar with (you guessed it) more buttons. Each shirt is constructed with flat-felled chain stitched seams, is cut in a trim but not overly slim fit, and has been given a single wash to remove shrinkage.
At least you can keep yourself warm while you wait for the weather to change.
Available for $125 at Stock Mfg. Co.