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Scott Barber introduces fall collection of apparel
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Oct '09
Scott Barber, creator of quality casual apparel for men, has introduced its 2009 Fall Collection. The new line of casual woven shirts for men features warm, earthy backgrounds combined with richer jewel tones.

"Many customers may not have access to a Scott Barber retailer in their area," says Scott Barber, designer and owner of the apparel line. "This site allows them to browse through our categories of men's woven shirts, fine men's sweaters, cotton knits, cotton pants, denim jeans and more. We're excited to offer our online community the ability to enjoy our range of apparel."

The new site provides shoppers the option to view Scott Barber designs in four collections - Gallatin, Seal Rock, Westport and Chelsea.

The Gallatin Collection is the most informal part of the Scott Barber Apparel line, featuring softer twill weaves with Melange finishes. The Seal Rock and Westport Collections offer variations of cotton dobby checks in brighter, richer colors. The Chelsea Collection is the "formal" part of the casual range, featuring rich jewel toned stripes and checks in luxurious cotton broadcloth.

Scott Barber also offers a range of knits, sweaters and pants in coordinating colors with its shirts.

The e-commerce section features easy navigation, the ability to view shirts/materials up close to see true patterns and colors and the choice to shop by collection or category and an easy way to view.

Scott Barber apparel is also sold in more than 400 fine men's specialty stores throughout the country. The web site provides an easy-to-use search page to help consumers find a retailer near them.

The 2009 Fall Collection is now available in retail locations. The new product line includes:

54 designs in men's woven shirts
20 designs in men's sweaters
45 designs in men's knits
10 designs in pants and jeans

Scott Barber, designer and creator of high-end men's casual apparel, began Scott Barber Apparel in 1994. Since then he's been supplying men with an exceptional array of casual clothing that includes woven shirts, knit shirts, silk/cotton shirts, pants, jeans, shorts and sweaters.

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