Navy flannel jacket

Thanks Wisith for these photos, now that our SoCal weather is much cooler, it actually permits some fun outfit coordinations, off the beaten path!  He wears our navy flannel jacket.

Navy Flannel sportjacket with MOP buttons

2 button Navy flannel sport jacket.  Patch pockets with MOP buttons, Traditional cut proportions.

Closeup: Burgundy flannel fabric

A close up shot of how the burgundy flannel looks in real life.  Might be a bit much for a full suit but great for trousers, possibly an odd jacket.

2 button Light grey Flannel suit

Pale Grey flannel suit with patch pockets. Dare to be different!

Lightweight Flannels Part 2

These 2 new colors are from the same series posted just below. Year round weight flannel with a soft finish, thinner than most flannels. The burgundy is a nice deep color that would make for a great fall jacket or trouser, and for those looking for something different a full suit would be quite nice in this color. The khaki is a classic tan/khaki color for someone that wants a bit of spring color in their fall wardrobe.

Lightweight Flannels

New flannel fabrics, in my opinion the nicest flannels I've offered. Super 120 Made in England. The fabric is lighter than traditional flannel, makes for a good year round suit. The material has the soft flannel finish but feels like it's worsted. Great choices for someone going more traditional yet can be worn in warmer days a bit easier than typical flannel.

-Light Grey: Nice surface texture that is more evident due to the lightness of the color
-Med/Dark Grey: Not a dark charcoal, but on the darker side of medium. This would make the classic "grey flannel suit" that never goes out of style.
-Navy: For those looking for a navy suit that is more "blue", this is the perfect choice. A good solid dark navy but it still has much blue showing thru, so less midnite than previous navy fabrics I have had.
-Black: Due to more request for black fabric, here is another option for someone that wants a deep solid black. Very matte finish so it makes the black look deeper and less "burnt"