Paul Fredrick offers a wide variety of colors and patterns in all 100% cotton fabrics. These include Pinpoint Oxford Cotton, Imperial 100’s Cotton, Egyptian Cotton, Non-Iron Pinpoint Cotton, and Non-Iron Broadcloth Cotton. You can select the fabric of your choice from the refinements on the left side of our dress shirts page.
Imperial 100’s Cotton
Imperial 100’s Cotton is a luxury yarn with exceptional softness and durability. This fabric is a type of broadcloth and is tightly woven so that it has minimal texture as well as a slight sheen.
The air is warm, the sky is clear, and you and your special someone are ready to do something fun together. Whether you’re heading out or staying in, it’s important to look good. You need to put some time and thought into your outfit to make the right impression.
To help you out, we’ve put together some outfits for different scenarios that will be sure to have everyone thinking how lucky your date is.
The sun goes down late, and there’s no reason why you can’t enjoy the extra light in the evening hours. Prepare a nice dinner of your favorite picnic foods and head to a nearby park or an open field where you can spend time… Continue>>
You’ve packed your clothing carefully into your suitcase; you finally arrive at your hotel, only to discover everything has wrinkled. Don’t let this happen to you! Instead, follow our instructions to keep your clothes as neat and smart as they were the moment you packed them.
If possible, choose to bring garments made from natural fibers on your trip. Garments made of natural fabrics like cotton, wool, and silk are easier to rid of wrinkles. If they do get creased, you can hang the garments in a steam-filled room, such as your hotel bathroom, and the weight of the material will pull out any wrinkles.
One invention that’s made traveling tremendously easier is the non-iron treatment. Our popular… Continue>>
For many Americans, one of the most anticipated occasions of the summer is the annual Fourth of July celebration. Whether you’re planning on attending a family picnic or a work party, it’s the perfect opportunity to dually show off your patriotism and sense of style. We’ll show you the best ways to dress up or down in red, white, and blue.
Fourth of July Family Picnic
First off, we all know that picnics are a recipe for mess. Whether it’s grass stains, barbecue sauce, or any of many other potential staining agents present at your event, it’s highly likely that something will end up on… Continue>>
Summer officially starts on June 21, but the Fourth of July is when things really start to heat up. Whether you like to immerse yourself in the patriotic nostalgia of the holiday, or just enjoy hanging out with friends and family at a barbecue,you can add a little pizzazz to your Independence Day attire to really make a bang.
Subtle Spangled Banner
Maybe you’re not the kind of guy who would wear a red, white, and blue jumpsuit, but you still want to show your patriotic pride. These American flag cufflinks may be just the thing for you. They may be small, but they’re no understatement, with silver plating and mother-of-pearl decoration for a refined appeal. A swivel T-bar closure helps… Continue>>
So, you were invited to a wedding and you’re not sure what to wear. The type of wedding you’re attending makes all the difference when deciding what to wear. What is appropriate for a black tie wedding may not be appropriate for a formal beach wedding.
Don’t fret; we’ve got you covered on the dos and don’ts when it comes to finding the proper attire. With the help of fashion and wedding experts we were able to put the following guidelines for guest attire, to make sure you look your best.
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