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Shop Beddinginn for the Buffalo Plaid

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Shop Beddinginn for the Buffalo Plaid

A plaid with large squares of two different colors, especially red and black. Said to be named after the herd of buffalo owned by the plaid's designer in the 1850s. Some wardrobe staples have gone in and out of style many times over the course of their existences. But on-trend or not, they’ll always have a place in our hearts, and likely always make their way back into our good graces at some point in the great wheel of style. We want to take a look at some of these eternal gems, where they came from and how you can get them now. We call it The Revolutionary Wore.

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In this installment, we look at the age-old favorite buffalo plaid flannel. Plaid flannel got its start in the Scottish Highlands during the 1600s and has been a staple of rugged outdoorsiness ever since. By the time the Industrial Revolution was in full swing in the US, the folks at Woolrich were churning out new designs for flannel shirts. And one design really stuck: a simple red-and-black-checkered plaid. Of course, in order for Paul Bunyan types to know what to ask for at their local mercantile, it needed a name. Turns out, the pattern designer happened to own a herd of buffalo, and the rest, as they say, is history.

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So warm and cute this bedding sets, protect you from cold and make your skin really smooth and comfortable. Give you an excellent experience in night. Not waiting to buy one for you or just as a gift to your friends.

Decorative Pillows Gradually Become A Common Home Use and Decoration. Different pillows can bring a different style and fashion. It can make the sofa chairs in the room more beautiful. Let's live a more comfortable life.





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