“The Collector” is centralized around the idea of curating a collection based on exceptional quality and unique taste. This week’s Style File features The Purple and Blue Carter Check from our current Short Run Shirting Collection and our Free Union Belt from The Commonwealth Collection. The Purple and Blue Carter Check is subtle in color, making it a great tonal piece to layer up for Fall. The complimentary color story of Shipley & Halmos’ mustard cardigan and Dolce & Gabbana’s deep olive corduroy trousers with the warm neutral tones of The Free Union Belt and Leather Zip Boots from Era Vintage create a cohesive composition that project an image of style without being too aggressive.
We’re also highlighting several pieces from Era Vintage. Era is an online shop featuring a wide range of carefully curated vintage home accessories and other items with a goal of offering both high end as well as affordable collectibles, focusing on pieces from the 1950’s, 60’s, and 70’s. Era Vintage is owned by one of Ledbury’s own, Diana Mathews (pictured). Diana is an integral member of the Ledbury fulfillment team. While she spends a good bit of time picking, packing and shipping off shirts, she’s also pursuing a long time dream of owning and operating a successful shop for vintage goods.
Pants: Slim-fit Corduroy Trousers by Dolce & Gabbana via Mr. Porter
Sweater: Waverly Cardigan from Shipley & Halmos
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