The Five Shirts You Need This Spring

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Sublime Supima: Luxury American grown cotton with smart non-iron benefits

Also known as “the cashmere of cottons,” Supima Cotton is extra-long long staple, meaning it outperforms every other type of cotton in terms of strength, softness, and vibrancy. It’s grown exclusively in America, and the trademarked name ensures throughout the entire process that the fabric is made using only pure Supima fibers. All these benefits plus the ease of non-iron makes a Non-Iron Supima Cotton Dress Shirt an investment you can feel good about.

 

 

 

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Sporting Non-Iron: Breathe easy

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Shades of Spring

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In nature, the onset of Spring signifies the return of brightly colored flora and fauna. In men’s fashion, it is much the same. The rich deep tones and jewel colors of Holiday, while still present as a trend, are overshadowed by cheerful primary hues like red and yellow, plus more tropical colors like the aptly named seafoam. In this post, we’ll show you a few of our favorite Spring color combinations and guide you in how to wear them.DPL249B

Sky Blue and Yellow
Sky blue and yellow is often considered the quintessential Spring pair. Since both shades are situated more on the side of subdued than of bright, the combination is very soothing and perfect for most office… Continue>>

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Partner Spotlight: Bollman Hat Company

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Paul Fredrick is proud to carry hats exclusively manufactured by the Bollman Hat Company, America’s oldest hat maker. Bollman has been designing, manufacturing, and distributing headwear and accessories for nearly 150 years to top brands and stores located across the globe. Our Accessories buyer designs each season’s hat collection and Bollman’s Pennsylvania manufacturing plant brings her vision to life.

Here is a peek into the exceptional craftsmanship of the Bollman Hat Company:

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Buyers’ Picks: Holiday 2015 Collection

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It’s quite difficult to choose a favorite item from the spectacular Holiday 2015 Collection, but we asked our buyers to do just that. Here are their picks:

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Our Dress Shirt buyer, Michael, chose as his favorite the Italian Cotton Texture Twill Spread Collar French Cuff Dress Shirt. He says: “I love the burgundy color highlighted with white which gives the shirt an interesting sheen, perfect for the Holiday season.” What else makes this dress shirt such an excellent choice? Its exceptional comfort and style, Michael explains: “The Italian woven cotton has a soft hand-feel making it an incredibly comfortable shirt to wear. The shirt is modeled with a formal English Spread collar and French… Continue>>

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Christmas Gift Guide (featuring Stylebook’s Bill Atkins)

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Christmas Gift Guide, Part I

Christmas is fast approaching, and you probably haven’t checked off all the names on your list yet. The good news is that we’re here to help! Keep reading for some great suggestions from our guest Bill Atkins, Co-Founder of Stylebook, in Part II, which continues below.

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Budget-friendly:

Socks

Every man needs socks, so why not gift him a pair or a few? With designs ranging from traditional patterns like argyle and houndstooth to festive themes such as snowflakes and reindeer, our socks will most certainly be appreciated by your recipient.

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Harris Tweed

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We felt we would be remiss if we didn’t highlight a special item in our collection this Holiday.

That special offering is the Black & White Herringbone Authentic Harris Tweed Pure Wool Sport Coat. We’re thrilled to be able to offer this unique sport coat this season at such a fantastic value. Some of you may not know the significance of Harris Tweed, so here’s a little background:

 

Harris Tweed comes from the Outer Hebrides of Scotland and is made from pure virgin wool dyed and spun by islanders. It was in the mid-nineteenth century that the cloth, once produced only for home use or for local markets, began to be promoted and sold across… Continue>>

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