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This flannel has a draping fit which extends to the wearer’s knees. The body of the flannel is made of, big surprise, flannel fabric displaying varying mocha hues with sky blue, pale yellow and red crisscrossing the fabric in a plaid pattern. The lower draping segments of the flannel are made of a different faded flannel fabric which shows hues ranging from dark red to black, with undertones of blue. This fade was achieved by a multi-step dying process. The plaid pattern of the upper material extends to the lower material, with colorful sewn cotton strips linking the two in a crude embossed fashion. Inside the lower draping segments, differing fabrics line the flannel. Green, soft plaid fabric lines the back drape, and interspersed bleached denim and bleached workwear fabric line the front. The back of the jacket has two graphic panels depicting hands reaching to touch each other. Bones comprise the skeletal lower hand, which has draping white cotton below its graphic panel, extending to the bottom of the flannel. The unhemmed strips of white cotton accentuate the grungy aesthetic of the Divine Gift Flannel. Much of the stitching of this flannel is done in a haphazard and disordered fashion, beyond what is normal for Siyousen garments. Unhemmed edges fray and layer after layer of crisscrossed stitching mends the garment together, creating a truly edgy and grunge flannel. Regarding cargo, the flannel has nine pockets. In the front, two breast pockets secure with buttons, and a third button-pocket resides on the lower right of the flannel. Two lighter pockets lie below this pocket, securable with a snap-fastener. Five cargo strips surround these pockets. On the back of the flannel there are four more pockets, three of which secure with buttons and one with Velcro.