Tag: suede

Buyers’ Picks: Holiday 2015 Collection

It’s quite difficult to choose a favorite item from the spectacular Holiday 2015 Collection, but we asked our buyers to do just that. Here are their picks:

 

 

Dress ShirtOur Dress Shirt buyer, Michael, chose as his favorite the Italian Cotton Texture Twill Spread Collar French Cuff Dress Shirt. He says: “I love the burgundy color highlighted with white which gives the shirt an interesting sheen, perfect for the Holiday season.” What else makes this dress shirt such an excellent choice? Its exceptional comfort and style, Michael explains: “The Italian woven cotton has a soft hand-feel making it an incredibly comfortable shirt to wear. The shirt is modeled with a formal English Spread collar and French… Continue>>

How to Care for and Store Your Shoes

Thank you for choosing Paul Fredrick! We know you’re going to love your new purchase.

Always read the care and content label to determine how to care for your shoes. This is especially important because your shoes may have different care instructions than those detailed here.
In order to get the longest life from your Paul Fredrick shoes, we recommend following these instructions, depending on the relevant material.

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Cleaning and Storing Your Shoes 

Leather/Suede: If your shoes are made of leather or suede, they must be cleaned by a leather care professional only.

Store the shoes in a cool, dry place, away from direct heat, with moisture-absorbing cedar shoe trees to prevent leather cracking and… Continue>>

Fall 2011: Men’s Clothing Trends

As the leaves begin to change, so do the colors we wear. And this fall our colors have an added depth and richness thanks to the fine Italian and English fabrics we’ve chosen, many from artisan mills that have been honing their craft for generations.

And as always, we’re proud to offer this quality and style with great value. So here’s a preview of what to look for in our Fall 2011 collection.

Let’s face it, no matter how cool under pressure you are, there are going to be days (Monday through Friday, for example), when you’ve got to roll up your sleeves, loosen your collar, and get in crunch mode. Now you can… Continue>>