National Flannel Day – A day to wear your flannels! Celebrated annually on February 10 by wearing flannel. #FlannelDay #NationalFlannelDay
National Flannel Day
The words “flannel” and “plaid” are often used interchangeably, but they are referring to two different things. Flannel is a material or fabric (wool or cotton and slightly milled and raised) and not a pattern. In contrast, plaid is a pattern. You usually see plaid on flannel shirts.
Usually, you think of flannel with outdoor wear. But they can be used for common causal wear too. I have a red/black plaid, black/gray plaid and green/black plaid that I like wearing. Flannel is usually warm clothes, great to wear in cool weather.National Flannel Day – A day to wear your flannels! Celebrated annually on February 10 by wearing flannel. #FlannelDay #NationalFlannelDay Click To Tweet
I am not sure when or how this day got started.
First published February 8, 2019. Last update or republished February 4, 2021.