Ledbury: Making Father’s Day dreams come true

Father’s Day is June 16th, and Ledbury’s got a couple of creative ways to hook your pops up.

Forget the tie. What Dad really wants (or what he really needs) is an awesome-fitting shirt. Ledbury (home of Richmond’s most coveted men’s wear1) is offering up a couple of ways for you to make that happen this Father’s Day.

For a the dads in your life looking for a more fancy/schmancy experience, schedule a personal fitting appointment so Dad can find a gift that fits just right and partake in some light refreshments. Appointments are available on Friday, June 14th from 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM or Saturday, June 15th from 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Email retail@ledbury.com or call 1-888-233-1942 to set one up.

If you’re looking to make things a bit more interesting–or if you’re just looking to get your paws on one of these shirts–Ledbury’s also got plans for a “Dapper Dads Scavenger Hunt.” In the week leading up to Father’s Day (starting on Monday), the Ledbury crew will drop their branded hangers all over Richmond. If you find a hanger, bring it down to the shop and claim a free shirt2 of your choosing. Clues on hanger locations will be posted on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Hangers when fast last year, so be ready.

Ledbury is located at 117 S. 14th Street down in Shockoe Slip. For more information, stop by their website.

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  1. That statement is purely based on how much time dudes I know (including my own baby-daddy) spend talking about these shirts. Guys, it’s a lot. 
  2. I repeat: FREE SHIRT. So many dudes I know just had to unbutton the slightly lowered second button3 on their current Ledbury shirt and fan themselves, what with the excitement. 
  3. It’s a Ledbury thing. Watch this video to find out what it means. Or just watch the video anyway because it’s legitimately interesting. 
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Valerie Catrow

Valerie Catrow is editor of RVAFamily, mother to a mop-topped first grader, and always really excited to go to bed.

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