Monday, August 25, 2008

Frankly, It's Fall

The latest collection from Paul Frank is loaded with plaid and flannel and the signature humor that we've come to expect.

Convy flannel shirt in blue and orange, $68

Inspired by lumberjacks, built for you. Double button-flap chest pockets, barrel cuffs, and partial lining makes this a layering piece for fall. Whether it's still early September and you use it like a shirt jacket or it's late November and you're bundling up as much as you can, the subtle plaid on both colorways make them great wardrobe staples.

Horndog t-shirt, $27

Elwyn hooded jacket, $82

With detachable sleeves and arms, this number is practically four garments in one. Our favorite look so far is as a hooded vest, for an off-kilter approach to layering. The body is lined in fleece and the hood is lined with jersey for an ultra-comfortable fit. Double button-flap chest pockets, kangaroo pockets, and a secret pocket on the back make this as utilitarian as it is comfy.

Toby pullover, $58

This raglan sleeve sweater done in brown and grey is sure to be a fall classic. Kangaroo pocket in the center for utility and a labelled gromet at the neck for style and to show off your shirt underneath.

Pajama bottoms, $38
Now you can even snooze in style. Lightweight pajama bottoms done in an all-over print using Paul Frank's signature skulls.

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