Holiday may very well be our favorite season. Open up our catalog and you’ll see why! Ranging from cheerful primary hues to refined earthy shades to dazzling jewel tones, our Holiday color stories are some of the most spectacular of the year.
In this article, we’ll share a few of our favorite color combinations for the season and show you how to wear them.
Brown and Red
Truly, both brown and red are eminently wearable in any season. Brown is a versatile neutral and red can provide any outfit with a lively pop of color; as a combination, they are well suited for Holiday and prove to be a sophisticated duo. Red is a very… Continue>>
Even though layering is an essential skill for any well-dressed gentleman, many haven’t the first clue how to go about it. We’re here to change that! For this article, we’ve put together a short guide that will have you on your way to becoming a layering pro in no time. You’ll be ready for whatever Autumn may bring – and look good doing it – so long as you follow these instructions.
Always bet on wool.
Truly a Fall staple, wool appears in many different products, from the expected, such as suits and sport coats, to the nontraditional, like shoes and pocket squares. Treat your wool garments well and they’ll keep you looking sharp for many seasons to… Continue>>
Figuring out which pieces match and which do not can sometimes seem like an impossible task. Some lucky people are naturally talented at knowing the rules of fashion, but most of us need a little help in that department. For that second group, here are 3 tips that will give you a major leg up on the competition.
1. Make sure the pieces of your outfit are related. Related pieces are ones which, for example, are in primary colors (red, yellow, or blue) or some variation thereof; complementary colors, the ones across from each other on the color wheel; or analogous colors, colors that are next to each other on the color wheel. If you choose… Continue>>
As with any season, Fall has its very own color scheme. In Summer, bright, sunny colors share the stage with pastels; in Fall, the trend leans toward deeper colors and rich jewel tones. We’re going to let you in on our very favorite color combinations for Fall, and furthermore, how you can create an outfit around these colors.
Plum and Gold
Plum is described as a derivative of purple, the color of royalty. This is one of the richest colors on the Fall palette and therefore it seems only fitting that it should be paired with gold. Deep tones like plum, burgundy, and brown are indeed a perfect match for the season. Pair plum with… 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>>
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Always read the care and content label to determine how to care for your garment. This is especially important because your garment may have different care instructions than those detailed here.
In order to get the longest life from your Paul Fredrick garment, we recommend following these instructions, depending on the relevant material.
Laundering Your Pants
Wool/Wool-Blend: If your pants are made from wool or a wool-blend, they are dry clean only. Hang wool pants on a proper hanger in a well ventilated closet.
Linen: If your pants are made from linen, they are dry clean only.