just call me LL bean.

Friday, September 30, 2011

land's end men's flannel, llbean flannel popover, patagonia organic cotton flannel, madewell buffalo plaid flannel, woolrich buffalo check flannel.

i grew up in kentucky where plaids, flannels, and overalls dominate the runway. buffalo checks might be coded in my DNA.

wanna rock the flannel? top a roomy flannel shirt with skinny jeans and non UGGly ankle boots. you'll look more downtown shopping in soho and less down on the farm with the chickens. 

apparently this weekend has turned into 1 big to-do list: laptop being fixed at the apple store, some dude is coming to fix our fire place, plus the regular laundry, grocery, bla bla bla. 

14 comments:

lazy explorers said...

My boyfriend has this awful leaf shirt from the brand L.L Bean. His grandma got it for him and he is always trying to find ways to make it look good.
Love the flannels!

Xo Chloe.

Heather said...

Cozy and comfy!

amyschmamey said...

I like flannel. :) I need more.

Belle said...

I like the look of flannel and plaid.

Sara Szatmary said...

I'm from the NW, come on girl, you KNOW I love flannel.

la petite coquine said...

I LOVE flannel-it makes me smile. Hope you check everything off the to-do lists and get to enjoy the weekend a bit!

Maggy said...

Umm, duh. Also I have been asking for Bean boots every day for about 3 weeks now.

Heba said...

I love plaids so much, nice post :)

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Krystal said...

plaid is good for this year :)

iris said...

I have 2 LL Bean 'Rangeley Camp Shirts' in light flannel/plaid. They're really awesome. Watch out for their flannel popover, though, the fitting on that one was weird.

...it is finally flannel season.

rebecca said...

iris-
thanks for the advice!

Pink Princess said...

Flannel is definitely comfy and with all the new ways to wear it, can even be downtown cool!

Kathryn said...

I love these flannels! Totally agree with you though- definitely want to look more downtown shopping than farmer :)

Eileen said...

Eh. I grew up in Maine. I had my fair share of flannel..but not from Ll Bean. xD Go figure.

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