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Top Picks from the Paul Fredrick Spring Collection

By Juliana McLeod
Photos: paulfredrick.com

Alright, this one goes out to the guys — we’re taking a break from our consistent trend of girls’ fashion and giving a shout out to the men in the room. As much as we love our fashionistas, we love nicely-dressed guys as well. We recently found out that Paul Fredrick is launching their spring clothing collection… today! The company was kind enough to send us a preview of the launch and give us a taste of the incredible menswear. After checking it out, we put together some shirt-and-tie combinations (cue Justin Timberlake music) that we think you will like:

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This shirt-and-tie combo combines a cotton broadcloth blue button-down with a silk, floral tie, perfect for the springtime. The tie doesn’t scream floral, which works for most guys that won’t want to flaunt flowers in the office. However, it still adds spunk to the outfit and brings light to this freezing winter.

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This combo is perfect for Boston with its nautical theme, featuring sharks on the dark navy blue, silk tie. A bit more on the preppy side, the cotton broadcloth dress shirt will work year round in Beantown. The classic blues used will go splendidly with a gray suit and allow a slimmed-down look for the fella wearing it. Cheers to this look!

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Lastly, this look jumps us into spring with a non-iron broadcloth collared shirt and a satin orange polka-dotted tie. This creamsicle color lightens up an outfit without having to feminize it and will bring color to the office. The pairing of a checkered pattern and polka-dots also steps it up a bit and reminds us that the warm weather is only a few months away!

As much as we love these outfits, there’s certainly more to look at. If you want to take a look, check out our well-dressed buddies here.

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