From the boldest to the most minimalist of dressers, men’s ties can be a marvelous opportunity to express one’s personal style. From the fabric of your tie, to its color and pattern, to the method you use to tie it (with a few of the most popular examples for inspiration), every aspect of this piece of clothing can be a chance for you to up your style quotient for any occasion.
The majority of ties you’ll find are going to be made from 100% silk, but ties can also be made from silk blends, cotton, or even knits! Silk ties have a luxurious sheen that many men find appealing, and since silk takes… Continue>>
Today’s frequent traveler knows that getting to your destination can be a job in itself, so let us give you one less thing to worry about. Paul Fredrick’s singular goal is to offer a collection that works for you – the busy, professional man – who needs more than just a certain level of style. You also need your clothing to look as good at the end of the day as it did when you put it on in the morning. To this aim, we have partnered with vendors who not only produce the highest quality tailoring, but have also revolutionized the nanotechnology that makes clothes truly exceptional in the performance arena. Absolute comfort coupled with neat high performance benefits makes the trip wrinkle-free. Check out some of our favorite styles… Continue>>
The holidays are almost here… Are you ready?
We know gift shopping isn’t easy, so we’re here to help you figure out what to get everyone on your list!
The Utilitarian is the man who has a daily uniform and sticks to it. Because of his preference for simplicity, it can be difficult to find a gift that’s unique but also something he’ll like. Why not restock his frequently-used dress shirt wardrobe with a few of our essential Basic Dress Shirts? For luxury that won’t break the bank and will be something he’s sure to love, consider a classic white Dress Shirt in top-tier fabrics like Egyptian Cotton or Non-Iron Supima
When you think of Thanksgiving, fashion is probably not the first – or even the second or third – thing that comes to mind. You’re likely looking forward to endless helpings of turkey and homemade stuffing, not what trends you’ll be seeing this year.
But why, we ask, is fashion not a more important part of Thanksgiving? After all, it’s a get-together like any other, so why wouldn’t you want to impress your family and friends on this particular occasion? We’re going to show in this post that you can indeed be comfortable and look smart at the same time, whether your Thanksgiving is a casual affair or a formal one.
The Casual Affair
Let’s start with the more common casual Thanksgiving celebration. You or your… Continue>>
Halloween is quickly approaching, and we know that you’re probably thinking about what you’re going to wear to this year’s Halloween bash. Buying an outfit at a costume shop is a popular option, but many prefer to wear homemade costumes because they tend to be more budget-friendly and can be more unique than the same old choices appearing in stores year after year. Luckily for you, it’s a cinch to create a costume utilizing almost exclusively items from your own closet. Depending upon the character you choose, you might need to go out and purchase a couple of accessories, but you’ve already got most of your costume on hand already!
Here’s an example of a do-it-yourself costume using a few styles from our collection plus a couple of inexpensive items you can find… Continue>>
Linen is a textile best known as the quintessential warm-weather fabric. It has been produced for thousands of years by numerous civilizations, and surviving artifacts like the hieroglyphics below give a glimpse into just how important of a role it played. A clothing staple even after millennia, linen’s continued popularity demonstrates its truly impressive staying power.
But how exactly has it remained the top choice for warm-weather wear, even with the recent influx of technologically-enhanced apparel? Well, linen is better at cooling than any other fabric because its super absorbent fibers wick perspiration… Continue>>