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Trim Fit Now Has a New Name

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We realize there might be some confusion about our latest update, so we want to address it head-on to resolve any questions you might have. You may have noticed that all styles previously marked “trim fit” now say “slim fit.” So, what does this mean for our customers?

 

Nothing! Our slim fit garments will continue to be cut and crafted just like our old trim fit, but you can now find them under the “slim fit” designation. “Slim fit” is an industry standard term, and this simple name change will make it easier for shoppers not familiar with Paul Fredrick to understand our different fits.

 

So, take advantage of our slim fit… Continue>>

Dress Shirt Trends for Fall ‘16

Here at Paul Fredrick we always do our best to provide you, our customer, with the latest developments in the menswear world in the classic, timeless style we’re known for. Those developments have included everything from technological advancements in non-iron to the introduction of new fits and features in our dress shirts and much more. The following are a few trends that we predict are going to be very popular for Fall 2016.

 

Horizontal Stripes

DML082FWhile vertical stripes in their various forms have been in fashion for a very long time, horizontal stripes just recently made their debut. We’ve seen great success with this design since we began offering it in dress shirts, and we’re trying it out in other… Continue>>

In the Winners Circle at the Kentucky Derby

                

 

Some know it as “The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports,” while others call it “The Run for the Roses”; most know it as the Kentucky Derby. This event has been highly anticipated not just by horse racing fans, but also by men and women of extraordinary style.

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Over the years, the Kentucky Derby has rightfully earned the reputation as one of the most fashionable outings there is. Since its inception in 1875, it has hosted the cream of the crop of high society… Continue>>

Non-Iron Dress Shirts: Fact or Fiction?

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We’re here to set the record straight on a few of the most common misconceptions about non-iron dress shirts. Read on to find out what’s fact, and what’s fiction:

 

Claim: Performance dress shirts don’t feel as good as regular cotton.

FICTION. Many hold the mistaken belief that non-iron cotton will be scratchy or that it won’t be as soft as a regular cotton dress shirt. Once upon a time, this may have been true, but enormous advances in our non-iron technology have made this distinction history. We work with industry innovators to be at the forefront of new non-iron technology, so you’ll always get the most state-of-the-art developments in clean, classic… Continue>>

Who Is Paul Fredrick? Bernie

Who is Paul Fredrick? We’d like you to meet Bernie.

 

Over the years we’ve been fortunate enough to get to know some of our customers. Gentleman from all over the U.S., representing just about every profession you can imagine, each with his own personal fashion of choice. The one commonality? Paul Fredrick is their style of choice.

 

Meet Bernie. Bernie is the owner, president, and CEO of Grafika Commercial Printing, Inc. He was born in West Reading, PA and now resides in Wyomissing, PA. When he is not working or watching his son swim, Bernie enjoys spending time on the water boating, wakeboarding, and wake surfing. He also competes in triathlons and plays tennis and golf.

 

Here’s what Bernie told us… Continue>>

Who Is Paul Fredrick? Jim

Who is Paul Fredrick? We’d like you to meet Jim.

 

Over the years we’ve been fortunate enough to get to know some of our customers. Gentleman from all over the U.S., representing just about every profession you can imagine, each with his own personal fashion of choice. The one commonality? Paul Fredrick is their style of choice.

 

Meet Jim. Jim is the president of an insurance agency and lives in South Central Pennsylvania. He’ll soon be celebrating his fortieth wedding anniversary (congratulations, Jim!) and in his spare time he enjoys taking family vacations with his three daughters and four grandchildren. Jim only recently started exploring color and pattern, but now he won’t go back to any other look… or any other clothing company!… Continue>>

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