Unlike this formal Christmas dress shirt, there was a time when flannels actually meant something. The flannel used to be strictly for Home Improvement’s Al Borland, lumberjacks who get their maple syrup right from a tree's core, and that behemoth of a man from Brawny Paper Towel. Nowadays, you can't go two clicks North without running into a hipster whose beard wreaks of pine-scented oil. It’s an atrocity.
The hilarious hypocrisy of the situation is that we are neither lumberjacks nor Home Improvement gurus. And our model, who got his calluses from baking gingerbread cookies for his wife's Christmas-themed Bunco party, is sporting evergreen-scented face lotion he bought online.
All said, you're not a lumberjack either, and if you are then let us know so that I can go to my mom and tell her that I do make clothing for real men like my brother Jake who still works on the steel mill out in good old PA. So, get this flannel print Christmas button up shirt and help prove my mom wrong. Because that's what the holiday season is all about after all.