‘Value Advisor’ Posts
As always, this Fall we’ve brought you the best of classic, polished men’s fashion with a Paul Fredrick spin. The top styles in the world of menswear in the biggest tones for Fall combine to form the positively exceptional Fall 2015 Collection.
Extra Trim Fit
Perhaps the most exciting development this season is taking place in our dress shirt collection, with the addition of Extra Trim Fit sizing. Available in six basic and fashion styles, Extra Trim Fit Dress Shirts are the perfect item to help you achieve the sleek, modern look that is very much on trend. For more information on this new fit, stay tuned for our blog, “Introducing Extra Trim Fit.”… Continue>>
Paul Fredrick offers a wide variety of colors and patterns in all 100% cotton fabrics. These include Pinpoint Oxford Cotton, Imperial 100′s Cotton, Luxury 140′s 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. Broadcloth
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.
Here at Paul Fredrick, we’ve been in the business of crafting America’s finest dress shirts for over a half-century. Since we only sell direct at paulfredrick.com or via our catalog, we continue to be able to offer shirts that are priced as competitively as possible while still maintaining our rigorous quality standards.
So, why else should you invest in a Paul Fredrick dress shirt?
Superior Construction and Tailoring
The manufacturing materials we use are the best in the market, and our unique tailoring method, known as “single-needle” stitching, increases durability and reduces seam puckering. As a result of over a half-century of perfecting the art of manufacturing dress shirts, we have achieved a crisp appearance… Continue>>
A hundred years ago there were no loafers, and wingtips had yet to be popularized. When strolling the boulevards or grounds of his country estate, a gentleman wore boots. No, not the kind for going into battle or wading through marshes, but short, elegant dress boots.
Like the pocket watch’s surrender to the wristwatch, ankle boots were gradually replaced by the dress shoes of today. But over the past few years they’ve made a gradual comeback in a wide range of clothing circles from the hip to traditional, and we felt inspired to put our signature twist on this rare but rediscovered piece of footwear.
There’s a strong English country… Continue>>
Before men traded in the wild frontier for office cubicles, they wore clothing that put function over form. But just because you’re looking forward to the day when the “I” in iPhone stands for “implant” doesn’t mean you can’t show your fellow office inmates that you’re rugged enough to appreciate a weekend in the great outdoors.
Workwear consists of archetypal menswear items (jeans, field jackets, hunting jackets) that were developed for a specific purpose. Over the past couple of years these rugged items have made a big comeback into men’s wardrobes for a number of reasons. For some it was a backlash to the slick cocktail look that “Mad Men” inspired… Continue>>
In our technologically accelerated age, bombarded with endless emails and text messages that seem to demand instant response, it’s nice that to know that technology has also saved us precious minutes through the invention of non-iron shirts. Mornings are rushed enough without having to open an ironing board. And sending shirts to the cleaners costs money, in addition to being yet one more errand to run.
Non-iron dress shirts have become our biggest dress shirt category, so we thought we’d tell you a bit more about what makes them special (not to mention wildly popular). Great prices and a fit guarantee you likely already know, but what you probably don’t know is that our… Continue>>