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Dressing for Summer into Fall

It’s hard to believe Autumn is nearly here, but when the sun goes down, the chill that sets in is undeniable. Thankfully, we’ve got you covered for the transition from the warmth of Summer to the cooler days of Fall. Below are a few pieces of advice on how you can expertly maneuver this period of unpredictable weather.

 

We’re probably not the first to tell you that one of the best things you can do in dealing with transitional weather is to layer up. But what exactly does “layer up” mean, and what kind of choices are available to you when doing so? You can rest assured that here at Paul Fredrick, we know how important it is that you be able to maintain your own… Continue>>

Layering for Spring (and Beyond)

Guys, it’s finally time to gear up for Spring! One of the hallmarks of the season is its fluctuating temperatures, not to mention its characteristically volatile weather patterns – “April showers,” and all that. In the morning, it may be one temperature, in the afternoon another, and in the evening a totally different one. We’ve done our part to prepare you for warm weather by offering lighter fabrications and seasonal textiles such as wool, silk, and linen blends. So now it’s time to talk about how to layer clothes, an essential part of any sartorial strategy. Lightweight separates layer in warmth when you need it and remove easily when you don’t. Below, a quick look at some cool ways to pull it all together.

 

How To Create Your Ideal Custom Shirt In 4 Easy Steps

There is nothing more satisfying than finding the exact shirt you’ve been looking for. But how often does that really happen? Through Paul Fredrick’s Custom Made Dress Shirt program you can indeed design exactly the shirt you want – it’s like going to the tailor, except without paying thousands! The process only takes a few minutes; it’s just four steps to personalize your dress shirt, so you can do it anywhere, anytime. Why not get started right now?

 

Here’s what to expect when you’re designing your dress shirt:

 

Step One: Pick Your Measurements

First, select your collar size – we offer sizes 14 through 22, and your sleeve length – lengths 28 through 40 inches or short… Continue>>

How to Measure for Your Dress Shirt

dsYou may have noticed that we’re not like those other stores. Not just because we operate solely online, no brick and mortar, which means you don’t have to pay the high prices of a store-front. And no, not just because we sell exclusively to our customers, never wholesale, so you can’t find these one-of-a-kind styles anywhere else.  What sets us apart – well, in addition to those aspects – is our emphasis on a perfect fit. In dress shirts, our specialty, that means exact sizing. However, since standardized sizing is the norm in most big retail environments, you might not be familiar with how exact sizing works. Here’s how to measure yourself to find the specifications you’ll need… Continue>>

How to Measure for Your Suit

Have you heard the news? All of our Suits are being sold as separates!

You might ask, why is this such a big deal? Well, it means that you can now purchase each piece of a suit individually-sized to ensure the best fit for you. We know that every body is different, and we want to make it easy for you to find your perfect fit in Paul Fredrick, from head to toe.

 

Here’s how to determine which size you need in:

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Suit Jackets:

For suit jacket sizing, you’ll have to measure your chest size with measuring tape. (Tip: It can be difficult to do this yourself, so ask a friend to help.) Measure… Continue>>

Style It 3 Ways

 

In today’s article we’re going to address a question that many men ask when considering a purchase: “When am I going to wear this?” We’re here to help you get the most out of any Paul Fredrick item you choose. One of the most versatile items you can buy is the always stylish patterned sport coat. An enterprising dresser may certainly be able to create many more outfits than three, but here we’ll be showing you a trio of looks: one for an everyday work style, one for your business casual needs, and one for occasions where you want to impress without over-dressing.

 

Business Dress:
Please note that especially formal offices require the wearing of suits and may look down upon a sport coat… Continue>>

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