Father’s Day Gift Guide from Samuel Parker Clothier

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Tradition abounds this Father’s Day at Samuel Parker Clothier.  Check out what’s in store: Ivory bucks, made in America. Seaward and Stearn London handmade silk neckwear. Alligator belts with exquisite detail, made in USA. Bridle leather wallets made by hand in Italy for Ralph Lauren Purple Label in a variety of fun colors. A dresser caddy by Turnbull & Asser, Jermyn Street. You’re sure to find something for dad.

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And there’s more, like soft and light Ralph Lauren signature cable knit cashmere crew necks in soft blue, pink, royal, navy and more wonderful spring/summer colors…

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a large selection of dress shirts and neckwear by Polo Ralph Lauren, and…

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Peruvian mercerized piques knits by Ralph Lauren in vibrant summer colors.

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Gingham check or floral swimwear (or running shorts) are perfect for the pool or  the beach.

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Hand-tailored sport jackets by Samuelsohn are designed especially for Samuel Parker Clothier. Rich patterns on light-weight fabric make them a summer favorite.

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Bench-made footwear by Alden New England and Crockett & Jones, offer good-looking comfort and quality that will last.

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Silk ties in playful summer patterns show dad you don’t think he’s too stodgy.  Combine them with a classic shirt for a stylish look.

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Visit Samuel Parker, 6080 Fall Road, for your dad’s Father’s Day gift.  Hours: M – F 10 – 6, Sat – 10 – 5, Sun – closed.  For more information, visit the Samuel Parker website.

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Chris Frederick

Chris Frederick

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Chris is the Account Manager for Baltimore Fishbowl.With 30+ years of experience in media, a background in journalism and a career in advertising and marketing, Chris has spent the past 5+ years dedicated to Baltimore Fishbowl, helping local businesses reach Baltimore Fishbowl viewers, with a little writing sprinkled in here and there.
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