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  That looks really awesome. I'm currently waiting on a Made in India fabric as well. I am very excited. Given Luxires execution standards, this price point is insane.
  How see through would you rate the white chambray? How long will this offer last?   
Mine have a yoke.
      http://custom.luxire.com/products/leather-holdall-bag http://custom.luxire.com/products/li...-knitted-pique   > More pictures < Polo is order: #11222 - V-tipped pocket, shirt collar, stiff collar band, soft collar leaf. Narrow placket, three MOP buttons.
  I only own this http://custom.luxire.com/products/navy-chambray-by-brembana You can't go wrong with Brembana. Yes that's tweed.  I probably shouldn't be surprised any more. You guys (and girls) can do anything...
   This is after several washes. As with all things indigo, it fades nicely with wear. It is super soft, has a nice weight while not being too heavy and works with casual sports jacket and even casual suits. I have even worn it with a tie.  Here are a couple of pictures of the active wear chino I mentioned earlier (http://luxire.com/products/navy_soft_cotton_chinos):   (more pictures)    I am very happy with the fit. I've ordered another chino in the same pattern ( though...
The navy chambray by brembana is easily my favourite Luxire fabric. Though I bought it back when it was $99. I don't own the slubby version though.
How opaque is the Cool White Linen Shirt? Will people see my commemorative David Hasselhoff chest hair through it?
 For the uninitiated:  Love the video, deserves more than 1200 views.  Recently received a shipment of a pair of golf trousers and two Linen/Cotton polo shirts: http://custom.luxire.com/collections/polos/products/linen-cotton-white-knitted-piquehttp://custom.luxire.com/products/linen-cotton-navy-knitted-piquehttp://luxire.com/products/navy_soft_cotton_chinos Here are a couple of close ups, courtesy of Luxire.       Here you see me wearing the white polo and navy trousers...
My pleated trousers all feature a reverse (outward facing) single pleat. With double pleats I would go with forward, regular pleats, as in your case. I think it comes down to preference. From the pictures, your pleats could also be a little deeper.  
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