We’re well into the dog days of Summer, and at this point, choosing your outfit requires more consideration than just looking good.
You’re probably already aware of some of our favorite types of warm weather fabrics, like linen and lightweight cotton, but there are also plenty of others to choose from, including some unique fabrications you may have never heard of!
Keep your cool and beat the Summer heat with the help of the following styles.
Any list of warm weather fabrics would not be complete without mentioning linen. Thanks to the starchy yet flexible quality of its individual fibers, linen fabrics do an excellent job of providing airflow and circulation in styles… Continue>>
Linen is, without a doubt, one of our absolute favorite fabrics for Spring and Summer. It’s very versatile and can appear by itself in a style that is made from 100% linen, or it can be combined with any number of fabrics like cotton, silk, and the ever-classic business fabric, wool. You’ll find pure linen or linen blends in our collection in the forms of sport coats, suits, sport shirts, pants, and more. People have been wearing linen for thousands of years to keep cool – come see what all the fuss is about!
Here are a few looks you can create with linen from our Summer ’17 Collection:
For the hottest of… Continue>>
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.
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>>
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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.