by MIKE CHAIKEN
Spring is so close you can taste it. But in the New England mornings, temperatures still carry winter’s chill. That’s when you dress in layers so your wardrobe can match the temperatures.
A flannel shirt is a good option. Slip it on and keep a little bit more toasty. Then you can take it off as the temperatures reach something more temperate and tie it around your waist to keep it handy as the sun sets and the chill returns.
Model Annalisa Hair shows how she wears her flannel.
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