This has been a pretty unprecedented week for us here at Ledbury. In case you missed it, we released our very first short-sleeve shirt collection. Just to give you some context, a year ago we said we would never make a short-sleeve shirt (we’re traditionalists, what can we say.) After multiple customer requests and with some coaxing, we decided to produce a small collection of short-sleeves in the Ledbury Lab, and it seemed like you guys liked them. In honor of Mother’s Day, and in the spirit of trying new things, we’re thrilled to announce the very first Bespoke Women’s Collection. What better gift for the hard-working women in your life than the perfect fit and supreme quality of a custom Ledbury shirt? The bespoke women's collection consists of three different shirt silhouettes designed in-house, and each bespoke order will be hand produced at the Ledbury Workshop housed in our flagship store here in Richmond. Each bespoke style is priced at $245, and can easily be gifted by purchasing a gift card at Ledbury on Broad. The three silhouettes are flattering on a range of body types and styles, and were each designed by input from many women at Ledbury who know how hard it is to find the perfect-fitting shirt. You can bet that much consideration has been put into the small details of this collection, like a curved yoke on the back of the shirt and figuring out the perfect length of the button placket. The styles include:
  • Classic Button-Down: A versatile button-down with a fit that hugs close to your body and features a button-down collar.
  • Tunic Pop-Over: A more modern shaped pop-over with an oversized look and breezy feel. Features a mini Alden collar, curved yoke and box pleat.
  • Short-Sleeve Style: A summer casual blouse with two chest pockets, an updated button-down collar, and a fitted look.


Our women’s bespoke experience is available by appointment only at our Richmond Flagship location. Appointments take approximately 30-45 minutes. During the appointment, you can choose from one of three custom women’s silhouettes, get measured to size, and choose from 50+ premium fabrics, including linens, twills, poplins, and summer cottons. Contact our Bespoke Specialists today to book an appointment at your convenience. You can book online, via email, or by phone. Wondering where else to score equally as thoughtful and special gifts for mom? Check out our mini-guide to some of the best independent gift shops in the River City.


House of Floralie

Located next to Stella's, House of Floralie is a gift box bar that carries everything from imported indie French perfume to Charleston benne seed wafers. Wrapping papers are specially designed by the owner, KK Harris, gift tags are written in calligraphy, and you can purchase imported Italian ribbon by the yard for the perfect finishing touch. House of Floralie, 1006 Lafayette Street, Richmond, VA

Dear Neighbor

This Church Hill-based gift shop has a great selection of cheeky home goods and accessories including hand-painted ceramics, locally poured candles, and all-natural bath and body products. They're currently offering a Workshop Series where you'll get a chance to learn indigo dying and hand-weaving . (Also a potentially great gift idea for the artsy, creative woman in your life.) Full Disclosure: The co-owner happens to be an art director at Ledbury, so you know they have great taste. Dear Neighbor, 2415 Jefferson Ave, Richmond, VA

Paper Rose

Paper Rose Co. is the brainchild of local designer Carrie Walters, who's turned her hobby of crafting incredibly life-like blooms into a burgeoning business. She sources specialty, incredibly high-quality crepe paper from Italy and Germany and meticulously crafts each flower by hand - no calyx or stem overlooked. A truly special and unique gift indeed - and one that lasts forever and requires zero watering! You can shop online and find Paper Rose at various makers markets around town.

Contact Ledbury Broad St. today about the Bespoke Women's Collection. Call 804.793.8569 or visit us at 315 W. Broad St. Richmond, VA

May 06, 2017 — Molly Szkotak