‘What’s New’ Posts
This season, we debuted our brand new Supima® cotton dress shirts. Supima® cotton is a type of Pima cotton that is grown exclusively here in the United States! It is superior to standard cotton in three ways – durability, softness, and color retention. As compared to other types of cotton, Supima® cotton is more durable and more resistant to shrinkage, pilling, ripping, and puckering along the seams. Also, Supima® cotton retains its softness in both look and feel, even after repeat washings. Due to the superiority of the fibers in Supima® cotton, the fabric better absorbs the dye and therefore its color is more brilliant and long-lasting than with garments made from other types… Continue>>
What’s new this season? Well, just about everything…
No worries, we’ve still got our well appointed collection of classic business essentials, but our new collection of dress shirts, ties, shoes and more has got us all excited here at Paul Fredrick. So rather than waiting for things to warm up outside, we’ve got Spring in full swing right now. Check out our fresh assortment of polished choices and gear up for a new season right around the corner. It somehow makes the temperature outside feel just a little less cold.
DRESS SHIRTS & TIES
Here we prefer to put our money where out mouth is. Our half century dress shirt legacy speaks for itself, all stitched into over 175 new style and pattern choices to fit every… Continue>>
Somewhere along the sartorial timeline, hordes of men became convinced that blue and grey were the only acceptable colors for suits. If you’re reading this, odds are you’re not stuck in that narrow mindset. Still, we’d like to encourage those whose suit wardrobes are a bit basic to consider broadening their horizons, as well as assuage those who embrace color and pattern that we’ve got you covered. This fall our campaign against the ordinary includes earth tones such as chocolate brown and olive. We’ve given brown a shot of elegance and formality by rendering it in a double-breasted pinstripe model, as well as a single-breasted version with subtle lavender stripes.
Brown also shows up in our country-gent inspired sport… Continue>>
As the sweltering summer continues, we bring you a new collection of shirts and ties, helping us remember that the crisp fall air will be here before we know it. With these new offerings we have everything you could want from textured shirting fabrics to rich patterns and colors to pair with your favorite autumn suits and jackets; fall is when we re-embrace the sophisticated complexity of the well rounded wardrobe.
We’re always refining our merchandise based on what most resonates with our customer, and most of you guys are asking for more variety in the non-iron department. Our pickins have never been slim, but this season we’ve harvested a non-iron bounty you surely won’t find at any of our competitors. … Continue>>
With today’s high-tech lightweight wools, you can wear the same suit for most of the year and still be comfortable. But that doesn’t mean you have to look the same, as your shirts, ties and other accessories can express the changing seasons through the use of color.
And at no other time is that more fun than in summer, when all the bright shades that first dawned in spring get amped up even more, and fun fabrics like madras and seersucker take their place in the sun.
Not only does season-specific color sharpen your look, it’s also a budget-conscious… Continue>>
Even though it’s his job to make sure our assortment of dress shirts is exactly tailored to fit your style, Lyle Croft, Head Merchant at Paul Fredrick, weighs in on his favorite looks this season (a bit reluctantly of course, because he loves them all).
“Because so much work goes into designing each of our seasonal collection, it’s pretty hard to say ‘this is my favorite’-kind of like ‘which is your favorite child’. But if you make me pick just one, I guess my favorite shirt from Spring would be the satin stripe from our Italian Collection. The pattern developed for this shirt is a unique layout of stripes, not your run of the mill Bengal stripe. The color combination is