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.
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… Continue>>
There sure are a lot of things to love about the Summer 2016 Collection. In this post we’ll highlight a few of our absolute favorites, courtesy of the people who created them. We think you’ll understand exactly why our buyers like these styles so much, and we hope you like them too!
We spoke to our Dress Shirt Buyer, Michael, who told us that his number one pick from the Summer 2016 Collection is the 2-Ply Cotton Large Grid Spread Collar Dress Shirt. He says, “This shirt for me is ‘Summer perfect.’ The pastel green and blue colors combined with open plaid pattern make it a sure Summer… Continue>>
What’s new this season? Well, just about everything…
No worries, we’ve still got our well appointed collection of classic business essentials, but our new collection of dress shirts, ties, shoes and more has got us all excited here at Paul Fredrick. So rather than waiting for things to warm up outside, we’ve got Spring in full swing right now. Check out our fresh assortment of polished choices and gear up for a new season right around the corner. It somehow makes the temperature outside feel just a little less cold.
DRESS SHIRTS & TIES
Here we prefer to put our money where out mouth is. Our half century dress shirt legacy speaks for itself, all stitched into over 175 new style and pattern choices to fit every… Continue>>
Somewhere along the sartorial timeline, hordes of men became convinced that blue and grey were the only acceptable colors for suits. If you’re reading this, odds are you’re not stuck in that narrow mindset. Still, we’d like to encourage those whose suit wardrobes are a bit basic to consider broadening their horizons, as well as assuage those who embrace color and pattern that we’ve got you covered. This fall our campaign against the ordinary includes earth tones such as chocolate brown and olive. We’ve given brown a shot of elegance and formality by rendering it in a double-breasted pinstripe model, as well as a single-breasted version with subtle lavender stripes.
Brown also shows up in our country-gent inspired sport… Continue>>
When Nick Carraway tells Jay Gatsby he can’t repeat the past, the doomed idealist insists “Of course you can!”
That exchange, direct from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel, is drawn out for even more dramatic effect in Baz Luhrmann’s new glitz-loaded adaptation, which opened May 10. And how appropriate, as we’re in total agreement with the Gatz: When you see the sartorial splendor of the film, which is set in 1922 New York, you too will want to repeat the past.
“The Great Gatsby” is loaded with the kind of style we love: Double-breasted and three-piece suits, two-tone shoes, all kinds of… Continue>>