Best Store You’ve Never Heard Of: M. Fredric


2011 is just around the corner and it’s time to stock up on clothing and accessories that will give you the confidence to meet the New Year in style.

Thanks to this week’s Featured Store you’ll be able to afford a whole closet full of designer duds and more… Since 1980, M. Fredric has been shaping the way you shop for clothes, whether you’ve been aware of it or not. The company was founded by a husband and wife duo (Fred and Lisa Levine) and Fred’s sister Mardi (the M in M. Fredric), all of whom acted as professional buyers in the fashion industry – picking and choosing the latest styles that stores would stock for the season.

These days, this mini fashion trinity spends their time stocking up on styles for their own store and the selection is absolutely amazing! Whether you’re shopping for men, women or children, these guys carry clothing, shoes and accessories at affordable prices that will have you making M. Fredric your first stop for shopping every time.

Snatch up a new pair of favorite jeans from 7 For All Mankind, J Brand or True Religion. Step out in the latest styles from Gypsy 05, Hale Bob, Ella Moss or Free People. Dress your kid in the latest fashions from Little Mass, Mimi & Maggie, Harajuku Lovers and many others. These are just a few of the popular brands you’ll find at M. Fredric and you’ll find stellar pricing for all of them.

So check out our latest M. Fredric coupons and get ready to greet the New Year in style.


20% off Site-Wide (ongoing)

Other Great Deals:

Free Shipping on All Orders Over $100 (ongoing)

15% off Your First Purchase (ongoing)

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  1. Ericasmile

    4 years ago

    Great website,I like it very much

  2. champ76

    4 years ago

    I have never heard of M.Fredric before until today and I can say that they do have a great selection of name brand clothing for everyone. I love all of these brands.


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