#2,861 Flannels for the Cold Front.
by Erin Napier
It looks like tomorrow we’ll finally get to a prolonged version of fall, with temperatures dropping as far as the forecast can see, and we’re OVER THE MOON ABOUT IT. Even better is the fact that our 2017 Scotsman Co. flannel collection is finally here, in the nick of time. Ben designed these shirts to be worn on a worksite, in the woodshop or the office with flap pockets for utility and a pencil slot, to keep notes on his furniture measurements handy, but I like wearing one oversized with skinny jeans and boots. Sizes are limited as each shirt is handmade right here in Mississippi, but we’re making more daily and will be updating availability weekly so don’t fret if your size isn’t in stock yet.
You can shop the brand new Traditional Flannel collection here!
This year we also wanted to release a button down just for those of us in the deep south or those whose internal thermostat runs a little warm: the Mississippi Flannel. We don’t get cool weather until November usually, but we want to participate in flannel-wearing like our northern friends: hence, we created a lightweight, breathable version of flannel in plaids that feel all-American. They’re perfect for tailgating on game days and pretending we’re not all sweating.
You can shop the brand new Mississippi Fall Flannel collection here!
The guys say they’re the best fitting shirt on earth, and that’s saying a lot between a 2XLT, medium, and small. Happy fall, y’all.
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I’m Erin Napier, co-owner of Laurel Mercantile Co. and Scotsman Co. with my husband, Ben. I’m an artist and he’s a craftsman and we help people moving to our town find and restore old houses on HGTV’s Home Town. In an effort to count my blessings, this journal has documented only the good things that happen on each and every day of my life since January 1, 2010. I am a wife, a daughter, a homebody, a bubble bath lover, a book reader, a sentimental, stressed out, slightly obsessive southerner. Welcome!