Styling Multi color flannel is not hard, you just need to pay attention to the occasion. Many styles are casual, with a few being viable for business casual. Casual looks tend to either channel the “lumberjack” look, or something more punk. Whichever you go for, remember that you’ll likely feel great wearing it.
More About Multicolor Flannel
Flannel clothing, historically, has often been designed with plaid patterns. That classic red and black flannel shirt– the one I’m most often seen wearing around- is a plaid flannel shirt. Plaid can be any variety of colors, but red and black is a common one among us lumberjacks.
You will definitely find some Multi color flannel shirts that feature different colors but lack a print. You can tell that these are Multi color flannel by touch and some other visual tells such as slightly raised fibers on the fringes of the silhouette.
Wearing Guide for Multi color flannel
Normally Multi color flannel is a no-go when it comes to wearing it with a business dress, but a plain flannel shirt can be easily disguised under a blazer or sports jacket. It should still be passed up when wearing a suit, but for business casual, and non-client facing meetings you’re in the clear The fit will be very comfortable and loose enough to ride without restriction. The color is sharp and feels soft as the flannel should.