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:
In today’s article we’re going to address a question that many men ask when considering a purchase: “When am I going to wear this?” We’re here to help you get the most out of any Paul Fredrick item you choose. One of the most versatile items you can buy is the always stylish patterned sport coat. An enterprising dresser may certainly be able to create many more outfits than three, but here we’ll be showing you a trio of looks: one for an everyday work style, one for your business casual needs, and one for occasions where you want to impress without over-dressing.
Please note that especially formal offices require the wearing of suits and may look down upon a sport… Continue>>
Sport Coats are great for their versatility: With a full kit (tie, pocket square, even a hat and boutonniere) they’re almost as formal as a suit and arguably even more stylish. But they also look better than a suit when worn with a shirt but no tie, and also work great with casual attire, such as jeans or chinos and a sweater.
But while we love our sport coats, we also think your wardrobe can benefit from casual jackets that combine tailored and outerwear elements. We like to think of these as sport coat alternatives, and they do the double duty of also providing versatility but with added flair.
Before men traded in the wild frontier for office cubicles, they wore clothing that put function over form. But just because you’re looking forward to the day when the “I” in iPhone stands for “implant” doesn’t mean you can’t show your fellow office inmates that you’re rugged enough to appreciate a weekend in the great outdoors.
Workwear consists of archetypal menswear items (jeans, field jackets, hunting jackets) that were developed for a specific purpose. Over the past couple of years these rugged items have made a big comeback into men’s wardrobes for a number of reasons. For some it was a backlash to the slick cocktail look that “Mad Men” inspired, while for others the clothing… Continue>>