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    Anyone have any of their shirts?


    I'm trying to figure out how they sell anything when they only carry a couple sizes, and charge 10$ to change the sleeve length, while their shirts are 125$ at the cheapest. You can get MTM's for nearly half that.


    #2


    No idea. Their prices are way out of line.

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      #3


      i have one, it fits very nicely. the shirt quality is also really good. i'm not sure if its worth the price tag - i personally got mine when they were running the refer a friend and get $50 off promo, so my total purchase price ended up being around $60. its a really nice shirt, i just couldnt justify the full price tag on it. the only one id consider it on is something like this which is a pattern/color i havent yet found elsewhere: http://www.ledbury.com/products/purple-and-brown-townsend-tattersall-1


      in terms of fit, i got a classic fit. compared to a charles tyrwhitt shirt, it felt like the armholes were a bit higher (the shirt was slightly tight at my armpits) and the chest area is a bit snug compared to a tyrwhitt classic fit. keep in mind i got a bit of a belly so if you normally wear slim stuff, you should like it.


      *if you want $25 off you can sign up with my referral link (http://www.ledbury.com/referral_code?ref_id=71342)

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        #4


        The fact that they have so many nice patterns is what makes me mad. Because if im paying that much for a shirt i'm just going to go MTM, but i'd love to have some of their patterns.

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          #5


          Current deal on Huckberry for Ledbury shirts: http://www.huckberry.com/brands/367

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            #6


            I have a friend who works (or worked) at Ledbury.


            Not that its relevant. Just saying.

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              #7


              As if to rub it in my face, they emailed me about their 45$ pocket squares today...which are obviously made from the scraps of their shirts. Awesome.

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