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Thanks Roman. I am very glad I went with the more casual cognac colour for my brief; I really am in love with the navy though, so I'm happy to be waiting on a passport wallet in that tone to satisfy my love for all things blue. Edit: So far, she's been Lexol'd a few times for conditioning; beyond that, I give her a wipe with my shoe polish rag every once in a while to impart just a bit of depth to the colouration (which admittedly got a bit washed out in the stark...
My earlier-promised review is still pending but needless to say I'm a fan. The nice photo above caused me to look over at my bag after accompanying me through yet another busy week. It happened to be sitting in some nice Spring sunlight. Here it is, in its natural form.
I'm in if the other 5 of you each pay $15 towards my order.Just kidding, I'm in regardless. Steve, invoice me!
I too am waiting on a July 2013 order. I too have sent emails that remain unanswered.
I received my (wife's) leather bag today. It's safe to say you can add bags along with both shirts and trousers on my version of the "no reason to ever buy anything other than Luxire" list. Really, it's a bit scary that anything one can imagine can be ordered an made so easily (and so perfectly). Well done Luxire! I'll try to post some deserving photos in the next week to show it off.
Gentlemen, I got my brown lamb A2 today. It's beautiful and fits like a glove. Dare I say it just might be worth the wait. Only one jacket remains pending now from my July 31, 2013 order.
I'd potentially be up for the above proposed boot but I'll admit I'm not in a rush. For me, it'd only become useful come November. I'll probably sit back and hope for a second run assuming this catches fire.
For what it's worth, I got tracking today for my July 31, 2013 brown lamb A2.
Hey guys, I'd rather not provide details (as it could be misconstrued somehow as being Steve's fault) but there were a few small issues that individually wouldn't be too concerning but when considered together are below my expectations for Carmina quality. I own 10 pair or so, so I feel I have a pretty good idea of what is "normal". They're still wearable by all means, they just aren't perfect. Steve to the rescue I'm sure. (I sent him details already privately by email.)
I'm so glad to hear others raving about Steve as a vendor - a genuine nice guy that offers a really appreciated personalized buying experience. He deserves the positive reviews! My burgundy U-wings arrived today in Canada; they came free of duty and taxes which is nice and (certainly at least a bit) lucky. I love the boots but I'll be honest and suggest that I think Carmina may have rushed these a bit. They're not quite as perfect as I have come to expect from...
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