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Thanks. Do you add darts to all shirts? I am considering this as I have a significant chest to waist diff.
It looks super strange untucked. When tucked in, it is okay. I feel the shirt on my body, but it is not necessarily uncomfortable.I posted it here : http://www.styleforum.net/t/304965/luxire-custom-clothing-official-affiliate-thread/11100_100#post_7221650I do have a wide chest and a small waist, but my dimensions seems really out there esp. if I am trying to wear untcuked.I think the chest looks good in that pic at 21.5, maybe I should let the waist out from 17.5 inch to...
What difference between the chest width, midsection width and bottom width on an untucked shirt looks ideal? I have a shirt with chest at 21.5inch, midsection at 17.5inch and bottom 23inch. The shirt looks good tucked only. If you take it out, it looks really strange...
I am about 5'11" - what is a good shirt length to wear both tucked and untucked? 29inches?
What is Theresa's email? mail@luxire.com? I emailed that address last Friday about a fit question, and no response yet.
Like the shirt as well An Acute Style. How does it fit? I am about a 40-41R with wide shoulders - opt for the large me thinks?
I believe I understand what you are getting at.So, if one specifies a decrease only in the ankle opening, Luxire leaves the knee measurement as it is, and then tapers the are in-between (lower leg area) to the new ankle opening OR is there no taper at all, but a rather abrupt decrease from the previous ankle opening to the new smaller ankle opening?
Thanks grenson and monkey. Always good to learn new things. Another question: how are you guys specifying decrease in pants leg/foot opening? I have pants that fit rather well and are candidates for replication except the fact that they have a 9inch leg opening. Let's suppose I wanted to decease this to 8inches - would I have to specify the taper from knee down in exact measurements or is Luxire able to figure it out by reducing incrementally from the knee down?
Ah ok yes. Appears I had the terms "sloping" and "dropped" mixed. Good to know these details. What happens then to someone who has rather the opposite of sloping or very sqaure shoulders?
Thanks. I was being sincere. I will try that. Good to hear about the shipping.
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