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Dressing for Summer into Fall

It’s hard to believe Autumn is nearly here, but when the sun goes down, the chill that sets in is undeniable. Thankfully, we’ve got you covered for the transition from the warmth of Summer to the cooler days of Fall. Below are a few pieces of advice on how you can expertly maneuver this period of unpredictable weather.

 

We’re probably not the first to tell you that one of the best things you can do in dealing with transitional weather is to layer up. But what exactly does “layer up” mean, and what kind of choices are available to you when doing so? You can rest assured that here at Paul Fredrick, we know how important it is that you be able to maintain your own… Continue>>

Linen Lookbook for Summer ’17

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:

 

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Top Summer Shirt Trends for 2017

Paul Fredrick offers a wide variety of business dress and business casual wear, from top (hats) to bottom (shoes), but our extensive shirt collection is what Paul Fredrick is known for, which is why we’ve made them the topic of this trend post. Some of you may know that shirts – specifically dress shirts – are what we started with over 30 years ago. Today we continue that tradition of classic American business style, with our Paul Fredrick twist, of course.

 

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Collar News

So what’s new in shirts this season? Well, to much fanfare, we’re re-introducing some hard-to-find collar styles that will increase your options even more for our already impressive smorgasbord of shirt designs. The… Continue>>

Designers’ Top Picks for Summer 2017

With the Summer 2017 season officially underway, we checked in with our designers to find out which styles were their top picks from that truly outstanding collection. Here’s what they told us:

 

Dress Shirts

DMM750BWe asked our Dress Shirt Buyer, Michael, to choose one style that was his favorite out of this season’s whopping 125 new designs. He pointed us to the Non-Iron Cotton Stripe Dress Shirt: “This simple pinpoint stripe is packed with features and is incredibly versatile. Available in four different ‘summer-ready’ colors, this shirt is not only 100% cotton non-iron, it is also trimmed inside the collar, cuffs, and front placket with a pure white fabric that is stain… Continue>>

The Ultimate Shopping Guide for Men’s Pants

In the realm of menswear, pants – perhaps more than any other category – often end up being an afterthought, despite the range of materials that exist. After all, it’s generally much more exciting to pick from hundreds of styles of dress shirts or to shop for those personalized touches like cufflinks or shoes. But we urge you not to make the mistake of forgetting about pants, or you might miss out on some super luxurious fabrics and the best colors and patterns of the season, not to mention the newest performance technology in the industry.

 

Wool pants are generally considered the workhorse of trousers. Wool is a naturally durable… 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>>

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