Believe it or not, Spring is here! Spring is all about experimentation and being playful with one’s style, and the colors we’ve brought you in the Spring ’17 Dress Shirt Collection are a true reflection of that fact. Here are some exciting new additions to some of our most classic seasonal color combinations.
Dark Pink + Tan
Dark pink is a lively color, which makes it the perfect tone to represent the intrinsic vitality of Spring. From a color science perspective, pink is literally red mixed with white, and like its close relative red, it is undeniably bold and eye-catching. Because it is diluted by white, though… Continue>>
Although every season of the Paul Fredrick calendar year has its own unique and exquisite colors, we believe that Holiday might possess the most magnificent of them all. Ornamentation is a common practice during this period, even among those who normally opt for a more muted look.
Despite the sometimes gloomy weather, Holiday is a time of excitement and promise, and those sentiments are certainly reflected in the dynamic tones around which we’ve built our new Holiday 2016 Collection. Here are a few of our favorites:
Blue + Red
You might be asking, “What’s so special about blue and red? Isn’t Holiday the time to experiment with the bold… Continue>>
You probably remember learning how our eyes work in biology class, but here’s a quick review of the science behind seeing color. The human eye has receptors that take in light and transmit this information to the brain, which then translates that light into colors. Upon receiving this data, the brain determines our reaction to these colors or color combinations. Incredibly, some colors have been found to physically affect our bodies, while others stir an emotional response within us. In considering one’s outfit, it is useful to know how the colors we wear affect us and those around us.
Did you know that viewing red has been… Continue>>
In nature, the onset of Spring signifies the return of brightly colored flora and fauna. In men’s fashion, it is much the same. The rich deep tones and jewel colors of Holiday, while still present as a trend, are overshadowed by cheerful primary hues like red and yellow, plus more tropical colors like the aptly named seafoam. In this post, we’ll show you a few of our favorite Spring color combinations and guide you in how to wear them.
Sky Blue and Yellow
Sky blue and yellow is often considered the quintessential Spring pair. Since both shades are situated more on the side of subdued than of bright, the combination is very soothing… 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>>
For many Americans, one of the most anticipated occasions of the summer is the annual Fourth of July celebration. Whether you’re planning on attending a family picnic or a work party, it’s the perfect opportunity to dually show off your patriotism and sense of style. We’ll show you the best ways to dress up or down in red, white, and blue.
Fourth of July Family Picnic
First off, we all know that picnics are a recipe for mess. Whether it’s grass stains, barbecue sauce, or any of many other potential staining agents present at your event, it’s highly likely that something will end up on… Continue>>