Monthly Archives: June 2014

G&G, It’s Good to be Here.

Sure, we aren’t credited. But that’s our shirt shown at the top of RVA’s ad in the June issue of Garden & Gun Magazine. If the ad had been in full color, you would have recognized the accent stripes on … Continue reading

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Doctor’s Orders: Functional Button Holes

  Surgeon’s cuffs, so-called because they can be unbuttoned and rolled up allowing the early 20th Century doctor to operate without resorting to removing his jacket to avoid bloodstains and revealing his underwear (read: dress shirt.) Once the mark of … Continue reading

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Brown for Town

Some say that Pres. Reagan was the last man to be able to wear a brown  suit. Which is a shame since it is almost universally flattering for most men’s complexions. We at Leviner Wood were thrilled when a client … Continue reading

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