Holiday Gifts Fit For a King

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A man’s home is his castle — at leSnowflake Zip Mock Lambswool Cardigan ast some of the time. So when it’s time to shop for the men in your own royal family, try these distinctive gifts with Old World appeal.

Castles get cold in the winter, so cover his feet in slippers fit for a king. Our Velvet Emblem Closed Back Slippers  will keep him warm while the embroidered crown reminds him he’s tops in your world.

Patterned in the Royal Stewart family tartan, our Tartan Flannel Pajama Set  makes a stylish choice for bedtime, Scottish ancestry not required. And if he’s been extra nice this year, top it off with our luxurious Satin Stripes Cotton Robe.

For adventures outside the castle ground, help him keep out the winter chill with one of our dapper caps. Choose from our Docker Caps or Patchwork Newsboy Cap. They pair great with any one of our 10 styles of cardigans (the sweater takes its name from the 7th Earl of Cardigan, an English military commander), or our Country Gentleman Sportcoat, which features classic British details like suede throat latch and elbow patches.

Cufflinks are one of our specialties here at Paul Fredrick (not to mention the dress shirts that go with them), and we’ve got dozens of styles ranging from the elegant and understated to whimsical conversation-starters. For princely panache, choose our Round Fleur de Lis Stud Set, whose distinctive motif is featured prominently the Crown Jewels of England.  

And finally, lest you be banished from the kingdom for a wrong choice, consider our Paul Fredrick gift cards, which start at just $25, much less than a king’s ransom.



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  1. [...] help with gift ideas?  We’ve put together some holiday gifts fit for a king to make your holiday shopping as painless as possible.  Shop gift ideas [...]

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