This shirt from Post O’alls is basically a Viyella western shirt and we’ve gone over the merits of western shirts ad nauseum here. Viyella is a cotton-wool blend fabric that is very soft and warm, much like flannel. I think back in, like, 2009 I read a blog post about Hemingway’s favorite shirts being made of Viyella but I cannot confirm if that is a real fact or one I just made up in my head to help fill space here. I’m almost positive it’s a real fact because why the fuck wouldn’t Hemingway be down with a fabric as comfy as Viyella? Instead of debating the provenance of this factoid, let’s spend our time in the comments section discussing the meaning and symbolism of Hills Like White Elephants.