Folks, the theme of this month has been new menswear for a new year, and what better way to keep that all going than by checking out the best new men’s style for 2021 at Faherty Brand, ehh? The soulful, laidback and ever-stylish California brand focuses on exceptional fabrics, easygoing silhouettes and the kind of versatility that makes these picks a sharp-yet-subtle solution if you’re in search of, say, one of the best flannel shirts for winter. And folks, the Faherty Brand Stretch Seaview Flannel Shirt is back, it’s better than ever and it’s a perfect weekend style move as our latest Style Pick of the Week. What do ya say, ehh? Every guy can use one of the most rugged flannel shirts out there, yet the Stretch Seaview Flannel also blends a hearty dose of casual comfort and go-anywhere versatility. The fit is ideal for wearing all on its own or layering atop a henley or a slub pocket tee (kind of like the Faherty Legend Sweater Shirt), so it’s got plenty going for it — to say the very least. If it’s one of the best flannel shirts for men you seek, it’s quite hard to go wrong (again, to say the least!).
The best men’s flannel shirts have a few things in common, and yet this particular shirt rises above the rest. It’s made with soft organic cotton infused with stretch fabric for comfort and layering in these quarantine times. Better still, you can pick it up in one of seven cool and eye-catching patterns, including the classic Blue Rose Gingham seen above. The button chest pocket adds to the shirt’s more easygoing feel, giving it the sort of look that pairs easily with a thermal henley or a graphic tee for a pop of visual interest. And because it’s tailored but not overly tight, you can readily layer it up or wear it on its own, especially untucked with expertly faded denim or tan chinos. Throw on your favorite pair of leather boots and call it good (or rather, get out there and get a growler of local, brewery-fresh beer, yes?). The Faherty Brand Stretch Seaview Flannel Shirt checks all the proper boxes these days, to say the very least. Make it yours and make it work for you.