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>>
Here at Paul Fredrick, we’re proud to provide our customer with styles that are truly one-of-a-kind. You won’t see these styles anywhere else, since all of our clothing is designed, produced, and sold exclusively to you through our website and our catalog. The subject of this post, silk-trimmed dress shirts, is just another example of our commitment to distinction.
Our silk trim collection is unique because the trim is made from 100% pure silk. Our Dress Shirt Buyer, Michael, explains why this is so difficult to find: “This type of detail is a rarity in the market due to the expense of the… Continue>>
Even among the growing ranks of global metropolises, Italy still reigns supreme as one of the most fashionable regions of the world. Italian products are renowned for their quality, sophisticated design, and above all, an artisanship refined over generations. That’s why we’re proud to offer a number of Made in Italy styles on a seasonal basis. This season in particular our collection is brimming with unique Italian designs including everything from Italian ties to Italian pants, to our ever-popular Italian shoes and belts. Learn about a few of these styles, then shop our Italian collection here.
Men’s Italian dress shoes are one of the most sought after luxury items out… 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>>
This Holiday, we’re excited to announce that we will be offering the largest number of styles we’ve ever had! For this particular post, we asked our Buyers to take a look at this huge assortment of new styles and pick just one favorite from their respective departments. Below we’ve listed a few of the team’s top picks:
We asked our Dress Shirt Buyer, Michael, to pick one shirt from the whopping 410 brand new styles for Holiday 2016. That pick is the 2-Ply Cotton Satin Stripe Spread Collar Dress Shirt. He explains: “I love the rich tones of red and brown in this shirt, which are perfect for the Holiday season. The satin weaving in the red… Continue>>
Although every season of the Paul Fredrick calendar year has its own unique and exquisite colors, we believe that Holiday might possess the most magnificent of them all. Ornamentation is a common practice during this period, even among those who normally opt for a more muted look.
Despite the sometimes gloomy weather, Holiday is a time of excitement and promise, and those sentiments are certainly reflected in the dynamic tones around which we’ve built our new Holiday 2016 Collection. Here are a few of our favorites:
Blue + Red
You might be asking, “What’s so special about blue and red? Isn’t Holiday the time to experiment with the bold and unusual?” Admittedly… Continue>>