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Originally Posted by Pelotonia View Post

Is it valid for a single shirt or if you buy two or three shirts worth 150 each all of them would be 50$ off?

Hi there - our referrals are applicable to total order value. Applying the credit to an order of $135 would result in a total of $85, applying to an order of $270 would result in a total of $220, etc. Please feel free to contact me directly with any questions or if you have any issues applying the credit at mel@ledbury.com.

Ledbury is a luxury menswear brand founded on the core values of great fit and superb quality. 

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Hi all-

 

I noticed that several of you have had issues with our Refer-A-Friend program in the past, and I'm happy to announce that we have revamped the program and, to the best of our knowledge, it is now functioning correctly. Our Give $50, Get $50 will run through Sunday, June 30. After June 30, the referrals will revert back to the standard Give $25, Get $25. I appreciate reading the feedback on friend referrals here, and as always, want to encourage suggestions from you all. We are constantly revisiting our site functionality in order to increase efficiency, and want to keep that communication open here.

 

I also wanted to let you know about a several new french cuff options added to our collection - The Winchester Box Check and The Morrison Wide Stripe (shown respectively). Additionally, we have a new release that will be added on Sunday, The Blue Urbana French Cuff, which is one of our favorite patterns of the core collection, now available in french cuff. The Blue Urbana Single Cuff is pictured below to give you a better idea of what the shirt will look like. These products will be announced via email on Sunday, but I wanted to loop you all in prior since there has been high demand for french cuffs on SF in the past.

 

           

 

Cheers and happy weekend,

Mel

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Here is my review on one of the Ledbury shirts I purchased to review on my blog: 

 

http://simplifiedmen.com/post/54479698705/the-red-and-blue-starks-twill-slim-shirt-from-ledbury

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Here is my review on one of the Ledbury shirts I purchased to review on my blog: 

 

http://simplifiedmen.com/post/54479698705/the-red-and-blue-starks-twill-slim-shirt-from-ledbury

 

LOL at the collar stay comment.

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:) What can I say? I got spoiled by metal stays from CT Shirts. 

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:) What can I say? I got spoiled by metal stays from CT Shirts. 

Thanks for writing about your Red and Blue Starks on your blog! It's always great for us to see feedback, both positive and negative. To address the collar stays, we've actually been checking into vendor sources for metal stays, but have not made any production decisions at this time. I will definitely pass along your suggestion to the team!

 

Cheers,

Mel

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post #322 of 407

I have at least 20 slim cut Ledbury shirts, a sport coat (also slim cut), and several belts and other accessories.    Clearly, I have been a fan.

 

One shortcoming of the slim cut shirts has always been the use of darts in the back.   The shirts had a terrific fit but I prefer shirts without darts.

 

Recently, Ledbury redesigned the slim cut shirts without darts.   Unfortunately, the news shirts without darts are now substantially larger and less "slim."   Also, for some reason the cuffs are also now substantially larger.

 

I hope that this is a temporary hiccup and not indicative of too fast growth.   Perhaps an extra slim shirt size might be in the offing?   Frankly just returning the "Slim cut" to its previous size might be the best approach.

 

Thanks.

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The cuff sizing is particularly hilarious. I have shirts by Brooks Brothers, all brands of Ralph Lauren, Gitman Bros., and many others and NONE of them have these huge gorilla wrist cuffs. It really aggravates me when I add up all my additional costs. I pay Ledbury $10 to shorten the sleeves and then pay my tailor $10 to take in the cuff. So by the time I can wear it I'm looking at a $155 Made-In-Poland shirt.



The only thing I can figure is that they're exclusively targeting the MMA fighter demographic, which I assume is a vocal minority.
Edited by garymyman - 7/12/13 at 2:48pm
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Yes, the cuffs are huge and just moving the button does not really fix it.   Perhaps they have gone to making cuffs in a single size?  Or only in a couple sizes?

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I agree, Ledbury certainly has sleeve shenanigans. I really like their wide selection of fabrics, the anglo-american collar (though they seem to shy away from using it much), and the thoughtfully lowered first button however the sleeves kill me. I have shorter arms and a slimmer physique but even after shortening the sleeves for my two shirts online my sleeves were still fairly long and the cuffs gigantic against my slender wrists. I really want to like the brand and sleeves are fixable for a cost. However if their slim fit is even less slim than it was before I can't really see myself buying from them again.    

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Double post by accident.


Edited by TennesseeWill - 7/17/13 at 5:52am
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I would really like to order their slim cut but I will not wear shirts that have darts.

I would venture to guess that the new cuff size is to appease the large watch crowd.
post #328 of 407

The current version of the slim cut does not have darts.   However it is also much less slim cut than previously.

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The current version of the slim cut does not have darts.   However it is also much less slim cut than previously.

Good to know...I have 15 of their regular fit shirts and do not plan on buying anymore until they come out with new styles that do not include gingham or check.

I do like the new redesigned website. I couple orders ago, I ordered the brown gingham and received a burgundy instead. confused.gif At least the shirt looks burgundy instead of brown. I'm not sure whether I received the correct shirt but the new website does a better job allowing the customer to see the color and fabric.
Edited by Cuttingboard - 7/16/13 at 12:56pm
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Despite my past criticism of Ledbury, I think I'd actually like to give them a shot. What's the latest promo for a first time buyer? Do I need a referral code of some sort?

Anyone have a picture of the "Ledbury Spread" with a tie a jacket? Dimensions?

Also, it seems a bit silly that you can request sleeves shortened 1" and 1.5" but not 0.5"...
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