Short Run Sneak Peek

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Ledbury, at its core, is a shirtmaker. We obsess over fit, fabrics, cuffs and collars and we are constantly innovating through our Short Run Collections. This Tuesday, we embark on a new wave of Short Run Shirting. We’ll be releasing 5 new shirts each week, that are made in small quantities and only available for 30 days. As always, the most popular styles will return as part of our Core Collection.

Short Run Shirting is an opportunity for us to get even more creative with our fabrics and designs, bringing you styles you can’t get anywhere else. Our spring collection features a colorful swap of lightweight fabrics that we could not be more excited to share with you — linens, chambrays, lightweight poplins, seersucker, houndstooth and royal oxfords.

Our first week of new Short Run will feature two lightweight chambrays – one blue indigo with a beautiful variance in color, and one pure white, washed to give it the perfect softness. Both of these come with a shortened body, allowing them to be worn untucked. We also have an orange micro-houndstooth on a featherweight cotton poplin that gives a subtle punch when worn under a sweater or jacket. Our two more classic styles of the first week’s styles include a tonal orange and blue check on a spring weight poplin, and a pink glen plaid shirt with a subtle blue windowpane pattern – both of these look great when paired with a tie and a sweater or jacket.

We hope you enjoy our jump into Spring! Stay tuned for product photos and features on how to wear our spring shirting with our new wave of Short Run this Tuesday, with even more great shirts and educational components to follow in upcoming months.

2 comments

  • How do I sign up for in stock alert?

    • Hey Sandra,
      If there is a product that you are interested in but is currently unavailable in your desired size, you can sign up for an in-stock alert directly on its product page. For the latest updates on our new releases, feel free to sign up for our general e-mails.

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