Our Beloved Sponsors

We’re very fortunate to have companies support our independent blog, so twice a month, we like to give them a special thank you. Our sponsors this month are Ledbury, The Hanger Project, and Compass Rose Design, all three of which have some very cool things going on this month.

Ledbury, as many readers know, specializes in men’s dress shirts, but they also carry a full line of sport coats and accessories. In celebration of their Nashville pop-up shop next week, Ledbury will debut their first ever, city-based Short Run collection: five limited-edition shirts inspired by the Music City. The Nashville Short Run Collection will feature a chambray and several cotton linens. These lighter spring fabrics and more casual styles reflect Nashville’s polished, yet laid-back, style. Readers can check out the collection at Ledbury’s site tomorrow, or go see it in person at their pop-up shop on February 22-23, which will be hosted at Peter Nappi studio. Peter Nappi’s leather shoes and bags will also be on show.

Our second sponsor, The Hanger Project, started in high-quality clothing hangers. Their hangers are designed to closely reflect a person’s natural shoulders and posture, so that the shape and structure of a garment can be best preserved. They also come in four widths, thus giving you the best fit possible. Since introducing their hangers, they’ve branched out into almost every kind of clothing care product and men’s accessory you can think of: garment brushes, closet organization products, shoe care products (including a full line of Saphir shoe polish), ties, Maglia Francesco umbrellas, and collar stays, just to name a few. They even have a full shoe care guide on their site, where you can learn everything you need to know about proper shoe care. You can also follow The Hanger Project’s proprietor, Kirby, every Sunday as he demonstrates good shoe care techniques at their StyleForum thread.

Finally, our last sponsor, Compass Rose Design, makes men and women’s accessories out of vintage items. This month, they’re running a 15% off promotion with the checkout code VINTAGESTYLE. They’re also doing a drawing for a free tie clip. To enter, just email them and say whether you prefer mixed or solid metals for your accessories. Entries are due this Wednesday, February 20th, and the winner can pick any tie clip on Compass Rose Design’s site.

So thanks to all three companies for supporting us. We genuinely appreciate it. 

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