A British Taste for High-Quality Underwear

A British Taste for High-Quality Underwear

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Charles van der Pear, a brand of high quality men’s underwear from New York is pleased to announce that the brand’s signature boxer shorts have been featured in the April UK edition GQ Magazine.

April 6, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Charles van der Pear (http://www.charlesvanderpear.com), a brand of high quality men’s underwear from New York is pleased to announce that the brand’s signature boxer shorts have been featured in the April UK edition GQ Magazine, an uncontested authority in the world of men’s fashion and style. Featured among bespoke suits and handmade shoes, the magazine proclaims Charles van der Pear one of the hippest underwear brands coming out of New York and underlines the brand’s European craftsmanship inspirations.

According to Karl van de Paer, Founder of Charles van der Pear: “being recognized and celebrated by fashion authority publications such as GQ Magazine is very rewarding and a testament to our classic and tailored-fitted boxer shorts”. Whilst GQ Magazine’s motto is ‘Look Sharp, Live Smart”, Charles van der Pear’s boxer shorts illustrate GQ creative director Jim Moore’s belief that true style is finding a few items that fit well and sticking to them.

When thinking of British fashion and style, what comes to mind is something along the lines of equestrian chic and impeccably tailored cutaway coats. In GQ Magazine April’s edition, boxer shorts with stripes and checks make their way there too.

About Charles van der Pear’s Signature Boxer
Boxer shorts are usually extremely loose-fitting and easily bunch inside pants, which can create a rather uncomfortable situation. Briefs or boxer-briefs are often too restrictive, not allowing air where it is needed.

Because no man deserves to feel uncomfortable in that region, Charles van der Pear’s high quality boxers are a welcome alternative to the options available in traditional men’s underwear. Avoiding the issues found in regular boxers, Charles van der Pear’s Signature boxer has an inner support that allows for a superior fit and maximum comfort. Though it is designed to look like a boxer, Charles van der Pear’s design also offers the support of a boxer-brief.

Each pair of boxers is tailor fitted, which makes them invisible under pants. Men no longer need to worry about their boxers riding up in their pants and the rather awkward public adjustments that come along with it. The tailored fit of the boxer also allows for a more flattering style, regardless of the body shape. Charles van der Pear’s premium boxers are available in many classic pattern designs to fit every man’s (and every woman’s) taste.

According to Karl van de Paer, the modern man has embraced many wardrobe enhancements in recent years. However, the essential clothing that supports a man’s manliness has received next to no attention. That is something what he definitely plans on changing with Charles van der Pear.

About Charles van der Pear
Charles van der Pear is a New York-based men’s underwear brand. The Company was founded with a novel objective: to improve men’s underwear design for fit, comfort, and style. Inspired by the founders’ European heritage, the Company’s signature product is a colorful slim-fit boxer with a unique inner support feature. The result is a distinctive underwear design that combines the support provided by a boxer-brief with the looks of a boxer. The Company is committed to using only the finest, yet durable fabrics to produce high-quality clothing. For more information, please visit http://www.charlesvanderpear.com or http:/www.facebook.com/CharlesvanderPear.

Contact

To learn more about Charles van der Pear:
Karl van de Pear, Founder
200 E 94th Street, Suite 217, New York, NY 10128
Telephone: +1-917-375-1765
Fax: +1-917-210-3995
karl@charlesvanderpear.com

Contact Info:
Name: Karl van de Paer
Email: karl@charlesvanderpear.com
Phone: +1-917-375-1765
Organization: Charles van der Pear

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