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Made in Italy

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.

 

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Shoes

Men’s Italian dress shoes are one of the most sought after luxury items out… Continue>>

Esteemed in Deep Tones

You’ve likely seen us use the phrase “deep tones” in describing a dominant theme of our Fall Collection. But what exactly are deep tones, and why do we place so much emphasis on them in this particular season? Well, a deep tone is pretty much what it sounds like: the tone (or color) is deep (or dark); this is in comparison to other seasons when we have pastels, jewel tones, and other such groupings of colors. Some of the most popular and unique deep tones are plum, mulberry, sage, merlot, brown, olive, navy, indigo, and burgundy. We’ll take you through the Fall ’16 Collection and recommend a few of our top styles in deep tones.

 

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Fall 2016 Buyers’ Picks

In today’s post, we’re going to give you a peek into the minds of the people behind the Paul Fredrick Fall 2016 Collection. Our Buyers work closely with the manufacturers in their niche from initial design, product development, all the way through to the final delivery of the season’s styles. Although every style is special in its own way, each of our Buyers have a favorite that they feel came out exceptionally well; alongside the debut of the new Fall 2016 Collection, we asked them to tell us what they chose from their category.

 

Dress Shirts:

DML042BHere’s something a little different! If you’ve already browsed our Fall offerings, you’ll likely have noticed that blue makes… Continue>>

Trim Fit Now Has a New Name

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We realize there might be some confusion about our latest update, so we want to address it head-on to resolve any questions you might have. You may have noticed that all styles previously marked “trim fit” now say “slim fit.” So, what does this mean for our customers?

 

Nothing! Our slim fit garments will continue to be cut and crafted just like our old trim fit, but you can now find them under the “slim fit” designation. “Slim fit” is an industry standard term, and this simple name change will make it easier for shoppers not familiar with Paul Fredrick to understand our different fits.

 

So, take advantage of our slim fit… Continue>>

All About Linen

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Linen is a textile best known as the quintessential warm-weather fabric. It has been produced for thousands of years by numerous civilizations, and surviving artifacts like the hieroglyphics below give a glimpse into just how important of a role it played. A clothing staple even after millennia, linen’s continued popularity demonstrates its truly impressive staying power.

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But how exactly has it remained the top choice for warm-weather wear, even with the recent influx of technologically-enhanced apparel? Well, linen is better at cooling than any other fabric because its super absorbent fibers wick perspiration… Continue>>

How to Measure for Your Suit

Have you heard the news? All of our Suits are being sold as separates!

You might ask, why is this such a big deal? Well, it means that you can now purchase each piece of a suit individually-sized to ensure the best fit for you. We know that every body is different, and we want to make it easy for you to find your perfect fit in Paul Fredrick, from head to toe.

 

Here’s how to determine which size you need in:

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Suit Jackets:

For suit jacket sizing, you’ll have to measure your chest size with measuring tape. (Tip: It can be difficult to do this yourself, so ask a friend to help.) Measure… Continue>>

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