Before I get into today’s awesome review, I just wanted to thank my dear blogging friend Sarah from Sarah M. Dorsey Designs for having me blog crash with a fun little Q +A today! We are talking about fall, design crushes, and my DIY fails– so come on over and join the fun! Sarah is an amazing designer and I always love her work. Her DIY’s are amazing!!
I still drool a bit when I see this image of her bedroom.
That wall treatment is gorgeous, isn’t it!?! Also, that table she made, can you believe it??? Seriously, I am not worthy!!!
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As I shared last week, Dave gave us a beautiful cabin weekend to celebrate our birthdays. We celebrated my birthday and my son’s birthday at the coziest most breath-taking setting in Wisconsin. It’s our favorite place to visit to relax and get away. It was just our little family and it was a much-needed break. We cooked yummy meals, hiked the gorgeous trails right outside our door, had a bonfire complete with s’mores and made up ghost stories. We all laughed until our cheeks hurt!
I loved every moment, but the best part was seeing how excited the kids were to be there. They wanted to explore all day and thought the cabin was the coolest thing in the world. Seeing the joy in their faces made our trip!
I will be sharing more of our little Wisconsin adventure soon, but today I wanted to share something that kept me super warm and cozy while we were there. I had the chance to review a Duluth Trading Co. flannel and thought this would be the perfect place to test it out. After all, the Duluth Trading Store was just a few miles from our cabin.
I selected the Duluth Trading Co. Women’s Crosscut Flannel Shirt. I selected a size small. It is cut really roomy and the sleeves run longer which is great for layering. I layered a support tank and a thermal underneath and it still had a plenty of room.
We spent a good part of this trip outdoors. We played ball with the kids, hiked the trails, and had a bonfire at night. Temperatures ranged from 50 degrees to the low 30′s at night. Perfect flannel weather!
The flannel is super soft and I stayed nice and comfortable during our hike. I was not restricted when it came to climbing or moving through rough terrain.
The Crosscut Flannel Shirt also has a Microfiber Shirttail Shammy™ inside the front hem that was so useful for polishing off my camera lens.
We jogged a bit too on the main trail that was wider and cleared of major branches and I stayed cool and dry since the flannel is made with 40% moisture-wicking polyester.
It is pre-washed, so it didn’t shrink up when I washed and dried it. It’s a great addition to your fall and winter wardrobe, especially if you are an outdoor lover! I look forward to using it when we have to venture out in our garage this fall and winter to use the saws for all the projects we have going on around here.
I’m a northern Illinois girl so we get some cold weather! I happen to love it so it’s all good! See if your city got a shout out in the flannel report. Also, be sure to check out the Duluth Trading Co. flannel collections to find the perfect flannel for your cold weather needs.
This is a sponsored post for Duluth Trading Co. As always, I only share things I love and all opinions are 100% mine.