Edwards Garment

V for Victory
November 5, 2009

Edwards Garment—Men's Pique Stitch V-Neck Vest
End-users will love this classic Pique Stitch V-Neck Vest from Edwards Garment that features V-neck and fine-gauge textured pique stitch. As a favorite of golfers, wearers will stand out on the course with this sweater's elasticity in the waist and cuffs that allows for shape retention.

Sharp Dressed Man
October 1, 2009

George Clooney is better dressed than you. Yes, he has movie-star looks and more money than several third-world countries, but the secret to his success is the suit—the man practically sleeps in a three-piece. Aside from style, there's an air of authority and respectability associated with a suit. In essence, he's made a career out of being dapper.

So Sophisticated
August 27, 2009

Edwards Garment—Quarter-Zip Sweater
It's not hard to picture this jersey knit cotton and nylon sweater emblazoned with a logo of the local country club or alumni association. The rib-knit collar, cuffs and waist make for a classical look and feel that is well-suited to higher-end promotions. Not to mention the quarter-zip neck line makes it comfortable and easy to take on and off.
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Collar Commentary
July 16, 2009

Edwards Garment—Laundry Plus Contrast Collar

Is there anything more classic than a tipped polo shirt? This item from Edwards Garment was included in June's fan apparel section. Why? Because for every group of high school- or college-aged supporters (and even some elder bleacher creatures who should know better) that decided it would be a good idea to paint their team's colors on their bare chests, there's another, equally ardent fan who is quietly rooting on his favorite team. Shouldn't there be quality fan apparel for the person who doesn't walk the fine line between earnest cheering and indecent exposure? This piece is made for that guy.
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Style Times Two
June 18, 2009

Edwards Garment—Women's Mini Rib Twin Set

I don't know if it's the wind-blown hair or the fantastic twinset that make me love this image, but I'm going to go with both. However, since this is a fashion blog, let's focus solely on the shell-and-cardigan combo. Cardigans are such a wardrobe treasure, I think I might have one in every color. They're seasonless. In the summer, when the office air conditioning is set to below-zero temperatures, a cardigan is the perfect way to cover up and stay comfortable. And in the winter, thinner layers are always preferable to bulky sweaters.
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Proforma Announces 2009 Convention Sponsors
June 16, 2009

Cleveland-based Proforma announced its list of 25 vendors that will be sponsoring the 2009 Proforma Convention and Family Reunion, being held July 8 to 11 in Denver. Vendors and sponsorship levels include:

Fashion Sense and Sensibility
May 19, 2009

Despite the tendency to “go big or go home” on the runways of New York’s Fall Fashion Week, it’s important to keep things in perspective. At least designers weren’t insisting we accessorize with a live snake or a headdress made out of bubble wrap. This time.

Bright Ideas
March 19, 2009

You don't have to thank us.
Over the course of the last year, yes, we’ve done the work for you. We made the phone calls, tracked down the information and basically annoyed anyone in our collective path—all in the name of quality editorial coverage.

Cesere Joins Edwards as Executive VP
July 18, 2008

Rick Cesere joined Kalamazoo, Michigan-based Edwards Garment as executive vice president of sales and marketing. “We are extremely excited to have Rick join the Edwards team,” said Edwards’ CEO Gary Schultz. Cesere has a wealth of experience in the uniform and imprinted apparel market. Cesere’s most recent position was with Hartwell Apparel as CEO where he made some outstanding achievements in building sales and customer relationships. Prior to Hartwell Apparel, Cesere held senior management positions at Trimark USA, Rivers End Trading Co. and Tri-Mountain.

Odds & Ends
June 2, 2008

Our May Style section is pretty. It’s also informative (and since I wrote all the articles in it, this is a completely fair and unbiased opinion, obviously).
I know the thought of NOT reading the issue multiple times is a completely preposterous notion, but just in case you missed these tidbits, here are a few points I found of particular interest:

Women’s Wear: Learning Curves (page 67)
Faced with an ever-growing wardrobe of tops and blouses, I’ve recently realized that I avoid shopping for pants like the plague. The reason for this is twofold: 1) finding the right fit is