Enter To Win: $1,850 Gifting Guide for Guys Giveaway

Enter To Win: $1,850 Gifting Guide for Guys Giveaway

It's gifting season. To make things a bit easier on you, we partnered with some of our favorite brands to bring you the ultimate gifting sweepstakes. Between the sharp athletic and performance wear of the folks at Rhone, to the perfect rest accomplished by a mattress from Leesa, the Gifting Guide for Guys Giveaway has...
November 19, 2019 — Graham McNeely

Valentines Gift Guide: For Her

Valentine's Day gifting can be complex. Trust us - we understand. That's why we've compiled some of our favorite picks for your special someone. Tack one of these gifts on top of the bouquet and you'll be set. Mignonne Gavigan Earrings These fun and classy earrings are perfect for any springtime outfit from casual looks...
February 07, 2019 — Graham McNeely
Daily Scroll

Daily Scroll

January 01, 2018 — Ledbury
Georgetown Launch

Georgetown Launch

This month we made a large and important step as a shirtmaker - we opened our very first retail location in Washington, D.C. Opening a new shop is no small undertaking, so we decided in true Ledbury style to throw a rousing launch party. Our friends at Bulleit supplied the Old Fashioneds and Manhattans, and...
May 24, 2016 — Molly Szkotak
Cruising on the Nancy Jane

Cruising on the Nancy Jane

The Chesapeake Bay is still, to this day, peppered with deadrise workboats, traditionally used by watermen for crabbing, oystering or clamming. The traditional deadrise design is wooden-hulled with a sharp bow that softens into a flat V-shape, although some are modified to feature a flat bottom. The vessels are true workhorses — they move fairly...
October 03, 2015 — Mel Calabro
Salt Birds: Watermen Through the Years

Salt Birds: Watermen Through the Years

Although we would like to be conscious of where our food is coming from, it’s not often that you think about what it takes to get the bivalves on half shell with mignonette from the sea to your plate. Luckily for us, the Watermen’s Museum has devoted its entire curatorial collection to the men (and...
October 02, 2015 — Molly Szkotak
Thoughts on Ambition

Thoughts on Ambition

When I graduated college, I had no idea what I wanted to do with myself, and no drive for anything more than having drinks and hanging out with friends. Looking back, it was a sad state of affairs. Slowly, however, things started to change. I met inspiring people, traveled and started to see the world...
February 03, 2015 — Ledbury
Play Pool Like a Pro

Play Pool Like a Pro

“Ultimately, what we’re doing in pool is trying to bring order to chaos.” This is Jim Gottier’s philosophy on the sport. Along with his wife, Andrea, Jim is the co-owner of Greenleaf’s Pool Room, a new billiards hall in downtown Richmond, VA. Jim has played pool for nearly five decades after being introduced to the...
January 20, 2015 — Ledbury
How to Become a Triathlete

How to Become a Triathlete

Marion “Moose” Herring is a practicing orthopedic surgeon. He’s also a husband and a father. And there’s another known side of Marion: he’s an Ironman triathlete and a competitive long distance runner, and an excellent one at that. Marion won both the Watauga Lake and Giant Acorn Sprint triathlons a few years ago, was the...
January 16, 2015 — Ledbury
Book Recommendations for 2015

Book Recommendations for 2015

The tradition of setting New Year’s resolutions is an important one. They serve as a road map for the year ahead, letting you plan where you want to be and what you should accomplish within the next 12 months to get there. Even if you don’t achieve them all, resolutions force you to think about...
January 12, 2015 — Ledbury