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While Brooks Brothers and J. Press sat back and enjoyed a bump from the reinvigorated prepsters this past year, Paul Stuart wanted more. They have always been a little more “fashion forward” than their American style buddies, so it was only a matter of time before they really began to push their Phineas Cole line. The line expanded and was given its own “Shop-in-Shop” at the Madison Avenue store, which was more than enough to catch our eye.

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Mad Men may have helped light the fire under the ass of the newfound style Renaissance, but we’re hoping for something a little more interesting in 2010. Let us introduce you to the new look in business…

Brooks Brothers 1818 Glen Plaid Suit

Charles Tyrwhitt Cutaway Collar Dress Shirt

Phineas Cole Paisley Tie

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We waited until after Christmas for our sales update for a couple of reasons. First, everyone slashes prices like mad right after the big day, and second, we figured you might have picked up some extra spending money yesterday.

So, to start things off, we’ll give you the head’s up on our favorite sale. Paul Stuart just dropped their holiday sale and boy are we happy. Not only are their tons of great Paul Stuart goods that you can pick up, but the Phineas Cole collection is first rate. There are a couple pieces worth checking out: the Michael Glen Plaid Suit, Phillip Chalk Stripe Suit, Michael Donegal Tweed Suit (above), Nigel Stripe Dress Shirt, and Astor Twill Check Dress Shirt. Of All of these, the Donegal Tweed piece reigns supreme. It’s absolutely gorgeous and we love how Phineas Cole knows to keep notch lapels slim despite their love for big sweeping peak lapels. The whole suit will run you 1,097—$800 for just the jacket–which may sound pricey, but we assure you is not a lot to pay for this kind of quality.

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A couple days ago we gave you a nice little piece by piece for when you’re opening presents by the fire on Christmas Morning. With the big day tomorrow, we figured we would give you another look for this particular situation.

Paul Stuart Wine Melange Sport Coat

Alexander West Rose Cross Bespoke Shirt

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When you’re sitting by the hearth trying to catch some heat in this blizzard, make sure you look good. Hone those seasonal colors while you’re at it.

Paul Stuart Brown Check Jacket

Phineas Cole Orange Gingham Check Shirt

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Diversify Your Fall Wardrobe

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Since fall is here, resist the urge to immediately reach for the plaid pattern. Instead, try a bold yet classy gingham checked shirt. There are many styles and cuts, so be sure to do the appropriate research. Generally speaking, the bigger the check pattern, the bolder the effect. Wide checks provide a powerful presence and physically dwarf their smaller relatives. Even better is that they go really well with just about any pair of trousers. Look for bold colors like red and orange to further enhance your commanding presence this fall. We’re digging anything by Paul Stuart for the perfect balance of boldness and modesty in size and color.

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Paul Stuart Cashmere Sweater

The v-neck sweater is something that every man should have in his closet. It can be worn with nearly anything. It’s the classic layering item. Wear it over a button down and you’re golden. Wear it by itself and you’re fresh. Wear it under a jacket and you’re a stud. But this is something you all should know by now. The real question is which v-neck you should own. Well, it should most definitely be cashmere and it should most definitely be simple (get it in navy or heather grey if this is your first serious sweater). Luckily, Paul Stuart has the perfect cashmere sweater. Just the right sized and shaped v-neck along with the perfect cut and length make it perfect stylistically. You can trust that it’s also some fine cashmere they’re using. And if that doesn’t convince you, this sweater always gets accolades for being the best on the market. So do yourself a favor and get one, but make sure to take care of it. The $448 price tag might seem steep, but it could be your go-to sweater for the next 30 years. Get yours at Paul Stuart.

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