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🍂Fall Clothing for Psoriasis🍂

It's that time of year when the leaves change and so do our clothing habits.
What type of clothing feels good for you as the cooler days and brisk nights come? We all live in different places and have different needs. Tell us about what you're doing for your fall clothes! Send us a pic of your fall fit!

  1. Flannel shirts, long, soft jeans.

    1. Thanks for giving us the brand name @Amy68, I will have to check them out. Jill, team member

    2. these jeans sound amazing! (The unicorn of jeans.) I'm going to have to do some googling and try a pair out. Thanks so much for sharing so much about them! -- Warmly, Christine (Team Member)

  2. No favorite brand. I just wash several times before wearing. Thank you for commenting.

    1. Like I'm all about flannel shirts. I live in a coastal community where flannel just isn't worn, at least not in public, but I love them - in fact I'm wearing one right now (over a soft t-shirt) as it's unseasonably cool here this morning.
      Not sure why, but I noticed this winter that I can't get comfortable if the back of my neck is cold. The collar on flannel shirts resolves that. But they're also just cozy and comfortable, and I can roll up my sleeves to do things and they stay up, without stretching out, unlike sweaters or sweatshirts.
      I like soft, well-worn sweatshirts as well though (with a lightweight gaitor on my neck, Buff brand is my favorite), and a thick pair of socks.
      I wear leggings at home more than jeans - less binding and constricting.

      1. Hi @Amy68, I love flannels, well-worn sweatshirts and leggings. This sounds so comfortable!! Jill, team member

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