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The Fashion Post

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The Fashion Post

2420 LIME KILN LN

Louisville, Kentucky,40222

United States

Company Description

The Fashion Post is a Classis menswear retailer that specializes in natural shoulder clothing. We offer Derby and Oaks clothing as well as party fashions. We offer tailored clothing, sportswear, furnishings and accessories. Brands include Bills Khakis, H. ...more

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www.whas11.com

Bob Bayersdorfer, The Fashion Post Owner said, "The last few weeks it seems like we've strung together a little bit more momentum, certainly because of the holidays, but business just feels a little better right now."
Down the street, Bob Bayersdorfer said they've been hit hard by the recession and is hoping for a big comeback this holiday season and says, he thinks he will get it.


www.courier-journal.com [cached]

"For spring in general, it's all about color," said Bob Bayersdorfer, vice president of The Fashion Post, a menswear shop in Hustbourne Forum.


louisville.bcentral.com [cached]

We are talking about timeless clothing , investment clothing that will still be in style three years from now , said Bob Bayersdorfer , vice president of The Fashion Post , which has a location on North Hurstbourne Parkway and carries traditional business and casual menswear.Classic grays and blues in traditional cuts , even the prototypical gray flannel , are back on the rack.And the same is true for women.Classic skirt suits and tailored dresses in traditional fall colors will be popular , according to area clothiers.As the dot-coms have taken a dive in the stock market , the relaxed workplace clothing trends they spawned are being rejected in favor of a more polished , professional look that is more likely to inspire confidence in consumers , according to Bayersdorfer.A lot of people still want their banker to look like a banker , their accountant to look like an accountant and their attorney to look like an attorney , said Bayersdorfer.The biggest change for fall comes in neckwear , said Bayersdorfer.Ties will be neat and clean.There is a movement away from geometrics.We are seeing a lot of stripes , which have been gone from the marketplace for the last 10 to 15 years.But these are not your dad's old striped ties.They are fresh and have a neat look , said Bayersdorfer.He said they will feature off colors , such as cinnamon red and soft yellow.Woven silk ties will feature stripes that give them really nice depth.Picture a bronze tie with three stripes , orange , as well as red and blue.Worn on top of a patterned shirt , this makes a strong statement.It says , `Hey.Sport coats will return to their traditional roots , Bayersdorfer said , featuring tweeds and subtle herringbone and checked patterns that go well with a pair of gray flannel pants or corduroys.Options for herWomen also will see a return to traditional , classic looks in fall business clothing , sales professionals said.Overall , there is a return to the preppy look.There will be a lot of black and white and houndstooth used in clothes.


louisville.bizjournals.com

Stanley Bayersdorfer, left, is shown with his son, Bob Bayersdorfer, in The Fashion Post, which recently relocated to Lime Kiln Lane.
It was the eighth move for the menswear outlet since it was founded in 1959, said vice president Bob Bayersdorfer. He offered several reasons for the relocation.


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