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Our Top Picks from the Fall 2015 Collection

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It’s difficult to choose between our more than 450 brand new styles from the Fall 2015 Collection, but someone had to do it! We spoke with our buyers to find out which items from the Collection are at the top of their lists.

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Dress Shirts

Our Dress Shirt buyer, Michael, told us that his top pick for the season is the Blue Shadow Stripe Dress Shirt. Featuring a straight collar, luxurious silk contrast trim and mitered French cuffs that beautifully showcase the trim, this shirt has a subtle flair that our customers will love.

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What to Wear Spring ’12 – Men’s Dress Shirts

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The Inspirational Dress Shirt: Talking Shop With Our Resident Expert, Michael Contreras.

 Jill Smith: Given the fact that you are thinking about a new collection almost a year ahead of time, what provides inspiration for your new dress shirt assortment?

Michael: Every dress shirt developed for the collection is primarily inspired by a combination of history and trend.  History is all about what customers really liked the previous year. So since we’re talking about Spring 2012 today, I looked at what our guy was loving in Spring 2011 and isolated the elements that made them so overwhelmingly appealing. I then

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Dress Shirts: Finding The Style That Fits You Best

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When it comes to business dress, suits are supposed to be your big investment and ties are your “personal statement.” That leaves dress shirts as one of the things boring dressers pay little attention to, never venturing beyond the safe boundary of blue and white, while stylish dressers relish choosing shirts with the same care they choose a handmade silk tie or rakish double-breasted suits in a Prince of Wales plaid.

And with dozens of colors and patterns to choose from, there’s no reason why selecting your shirts can’t be the most fun you get out of procuring your clothing from Paul Fredrick.

After color and pattern, a shirt’s most distinguishing mark is its… Continue>>

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