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Originally Posted by SidewinderX View Post


Hey hey -- it's basketball season now! :D (And then baseball and lacrosse... hmmm... now I'm thinking that spring might be the appropriate time for the UVa collection!)Ha

As a Tech fan it is my duty to take a shot at the UVa football program whenever the opportunity presents itself. I was raised in Cville too! fight[1].gif

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I just received my shirt yesterday -- it looks great! I'll post a photo when I get it ironed up and am actually wearing it, but a quick fit report: A bit slimmer in the waist than my Charles Tyrwhitt tailored shirts, but not quite as tight in the chest/shoulders -- this is actually a perfect combo for be, because the CT tailored fit shirts were just a tad too tight in the shoulders for me, leading me to mostly get their slim fit shirts.

 

Anyway so far I'm happy, I'll post a photo when I'm actually wearing it.

 

(FWiW, I think the referral discount is still going on, not sure if it's $25 or $50 off at this point. I post my link earlier, but if anyone is on the fence about trying Ledbury, shoot me a PM and I'll give you my code -- or you can ask for anyone else who's bought a shirt so far!)
 

post #138 of 407
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Are the French Cuff sized like the button cuffs? I have found the button cuffs to be quite large at the wrist (easily fixed by moving the button) and I don't like French cuffs to fit real loose.

Our French Cuffs are sized the same as our button cuff shirts.

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post #139 of 407
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Hey hey -- it's basketball season now! :D (And then baseball and lacrosse... hmmm... now I'm thinking that spring might be the appropriate time for the UVa collection!)

We do have a tie you all might enjoy :) The Milburn is navy with a small orange dot. http://www.ledbury.com/products/the-milburn-tie

 

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post #140 of 407
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Cheers, Style Forum friends!

 

We're running a Facebook promotion this week called The 5 Days of Ledbury Giving. Each day, we feature a new promotion on Ledbury product determined by our Facebook "like" count. Today's promotion is 27% off of Short Run Shirts. We're pushing for 50,000 Likes by Friday in exchange for 50% off all core shirts! If you all are on Facebook, check out the promotion: http://bit.ly/12hwupF

 

After you sign up, remember to share with friends!

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post #141 of 407
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Originally Posted by SidewinderX View Post

I just received my shirt yesterday -- it looks great! I'll post a photo when I get it ironed up and am actually wearing it, but a quick fit report: A bit slimmer in the waist than my Charles Tyrwhitt tailored shirts, but not quite as tight in the chest/shoulders -- this is actually a perfect combo for be, because the CT tailored fit shirts were just a tad too tight in the shoulders for me, leading me to mostly get their slim fit shirts.

 

Anyway so far I'm happy, I'll post a photo when I'm actually wearing it.

 

(FWiW, I think the referral discount is still going on, not sure if it's $25 or $50 off at this point. I post my link earlier, but if anyone is on the fence about trying Ledbury, shoot me a PM and I'll give you my code -- or you can ask for anyone else who's bought a shirt so far!)
 

 

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Wore the shirt all day (enjoy the crappy cell photo!) -- the shirt was very comfortable all day. Fits great in the waist, which is where most shirts are uncomfortable for me. Happy with the purchase so far.

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post #143 of 407

Thanks for the 30% off sale. I copped an Atherton and a blue Bengal.

post #144 of 407
Yes, thanks for 30% off, I purchased my 8th Ledbury shirt, the Green Parker button down. I also purchased a $200 gift card the day before for $150 that I plan to use for one of the blazers. Any idea when you'll restock the blazers in 44R?
post #145 of 407

Received my first Ledbury shirt last week.  I went with the Blue Fine Twill Spread in the slim fit.  Pretty happy with both the fit and quality.  I plan to continue my support of another W&L General with future purchases!

post #146 of 407
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Originally Posted by SidewinderX View Post

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Wore the shirt all day (enjoy the crappy cell photo!) -- the shirt was very comfortable all day. Fits great in the waist, which is where most shirts are uncomfortable for me. Happy with the purchase so far.

Just wondering, are you OK with the shoulder? From this post, I thought Ledbury pattern matched the shoulder to the sleeves:
http://www.styleforum.net/t/308097/ledbury-official-affiliate-thread/0_100#post_5605524
I ordered one that looked about the same so I returned it for credit. I liked the fit so I think I'll just order another solid blue.
post #147 of 407

Fred -- I might be revealing my naiveté, but I'm not sure how you would pattern match a shirt like this. I imagine it would be quite difficult to do in this case, but I'd love to see an example of shirt that does it, if you can dig up a link.

 

So that said, no it doesn't bother me. It's a great fit -- like I said earlier, it's a closest to my Charles Tyrwhitt "tailored" fit shirts, but this gives me more room in the shoulders, which matches my body type better. (I think I have a pretty 'average' body type as well, so that's probably a good sign for many people).  

post #148 of 407
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Originally Posted by SidewinderX View Post

Fred -- I might be revealing my naiveté, but I'm not sure how you would pattern match a shirt like this.

Since the pattern is symmetrical, I would expect the shoulder to line up with the sleeve. Your posted shirt (and the one I received) does not. Most shirts do not, but since Ledbury said they pattern matched I kind of expected them to actually pattern match. Probably half of my shirts are Hilditch & Key which does pattern match. Most of the rest are BB or CT which does not, and an assortment of those that do (Drake's, Zegna, etc.). It's not a big deal if you're wearing a jacket, but considering H&K shirts are now sub $100 in Dec. and Ledbury is $135ish, I was expecting pattern matching.
post #149 of 407
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Originally Posted by Fred G. Unn View Post


Since the pattern is symmetrical, I would expect the shoulder to line up with the sleeve. Your posted shirt (and the one I received) does not. Most shirts do not, but since Ledbury said they pattern matched I kind of expected them to actually pattern match. Probably half of my shirts are Hilditch & Key which does pattern match. Most of the rest are BB or CT which does not, and an assortment of those that do (Drake's, Zegna, etc.). It's not a big deal if you're wearing a jacket, but considering H&K shirts are now sub $100 in Dec. and Ledbury is $135ish, I was expecting pattern matching.


Do you have a photo or a link to an example? (This is off topic now, but I'm curious!)

post #150 of 407
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Originally Posted by Cuttingboard View Post

Yes, thanks for 30% off, I purchased my 8th Ledbury shirt, the Green Parker button down. I also purchased a $200 gift card the day before for $150 that I plan to use for one of the blazers. Any idea when you'll restock the blazers in 44R?

We should be bringing in new blazers sometime in the next few months. We recently added the Sutton to the collection (http://www.ledbury.com/products/the-blue-sutton-sport-coat) (image below), that is available in 44 R in blue. We're hoping to bring in more unique fabrics as well with our Spring collection!

 

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