Port Authority® Ladies Plaid Flannel Tunic
Our flannel shirt takes laid-back looks to the next level. Ultra soft and just the right weight, it makes a statement with a classic plaid pattern and casual comfort.
- 4.4-ounce, 60/40 cotton/poly flannel
- Lightly brushed for softness
- Longer tunic length
- Open collar
- Bias-cut back yoke
- Box back pleat
- Roll sleeves with button tabs
- Button-through sleeve plackets
|Sleeve Length||Long Sleeve|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This Is Not Flannel
onWhile I will keep the shirt, it is not in any way flannel...more like broadcloth. It's not as roomy as I'd like and the sleeves are very long...guess it was made for very slender long armed people.
onGreat quality! I got a blue one and a white one!
Ladies Plaid Flannel Shirt
onVery pleased & the fit was right on.
Blue Flannel Shirt
onGreat fit & long enough to wear with my tight jeans as I’m 5’ 9” tall. Size fits as it should for a Medium.
onIt is one of the nicest shirts I own. Washes beautifully and no ironing.
|BUST||32 – 34||35 – 36||37 – 38||39 – 41||42 – 44|
|WAIST||24 – 26||27 – 28||29 – 30||31 – 33||34 – 36|
|HIP||34 – 36||37 – 38||39 – 40||41 – 43||44 – 46|
|BUST||45 – 47||48 – 51||52 – 55||56 – 59||60 – 63|
|WAIST||37 – 39||40 – 43||44 – 47||48 – 51||52 – 55|
|HIP||47 – 49||50 – 53||54 – 57||58 – 61||62 – 65|
How to Measure
At LogoSpectrum, your comfort is our priority. To receive product with the best sizing, we strongly recommend using a flexible measuring tape or paper ruler to gather your measurements, and comparing them to the sizing chart above. Some measurements may be easier to take with a friend's assistance. You may also take measurements from an article of clothing that you already own and like the fit of in order to compare.
With arms relaxed to your sides, measure the fullest part of your bust, keeping the measuring tape parallel to the floor. Wrap the measuring tape somewhat loosely instead of tightly taught.
Use your fingers to locate the top of your hips and base of your rib cage, and measure the waist between these areas with the measuring tape parallel to the floor.
Stand with your feet together, and wrap the measuring tape around the widest part of your hips. Standing sideways in front of a mirror may help locate the widest section to measure.