Our Favorite Fall Flannels for Women

As cooler temps approach, wrap yourself in one of these cozy button-ups


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Mornings are turning frosty, nights are growing chilly, and we’re scouring our closets for clothing that’s easy to layer through the day. Here are some of our favorite flannels for women to throw on when temperatures dip. 

Filson Scout Shirt ($115)


Made to look great in the city or on the trail, the Scout Shirt is constructed from heavy-duty cotton twill to withstand wear and tear. The rear shoulder pleats leave extra room so you don’t feel any restrictions when on the move. 

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Fjallraven Canada Long-Sleeve Shirt ($150)


Made from 70 percent wool and 30 percent nylon, the Canada has just the right amount of natural wool insulation to be a perfect midlayer or top shirt. The front snap buttons make for easy on and off, and the elegant feminine cut allows you to wear this from the woods to the bar. 

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Topo Designs Work Shirt ($98)

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If you prefer to stand out in a crowd, the brightly colored Work Shirt is for you. It’s is made from 100 percent cotton, and the front pockets are slightly different sizes to add a small contrasting design element.

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Patagonia Fjord Flannel Shirt ($90)


The Fjord is made from 100 percent organically grown cotton so you can look good and feel good about indulging in this stylish piece for fall. The pearl buttons add just the right amount of femininity and will catch the light on sunny days. 

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Duluth Trading Company Crosscut Wicking Flannel Shirt ($60)

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This feature-heavy flannel is 60 percent cotton and 40 percent polyester to blend performance and comfort. The bottom right hem has an integrated glasses cleaner and the back panel has two vertical stretch gussets to allow for a full range of motion. 

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