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Thank you, an interesting option Im definitely considering
Looking at the sizing chart (http://www.sterlingwear.com/cart/index.php?p=page&page_id=size_chart) I thought I might be able to push for an XLONG, but that seems like it is a risk. Im a bit lost on what to do now for a good alternative/ option. Appreciate your help Peacoat.  
Hi Peacoat, appreciate the guide and was wondering if I could get your opinion on a Sterlingwear coat sizing for myself? Chest 41"/ Height 189cm (6'2")/ Weight 95kgs (14.96 stone)/ athletic lean Few points:- Usually will wear without layers underneath- Prefer tailored feel but concern about too tight in chest (and restriction of movement in arms etc)- P2P on a (good fitting?) existing coat is 24"!!- Shoulder yoke 19.5"- Length? ... An existing coat at 33" sits right at...
Anyone looking at dark/ navy fabrics, I can highly recommend the grey premium mop buttons (thin). These are very nice for a night time/ dressy dark shirt for me. Crappy pics included below...  [[SPOILER]]
 Wouldn't mind a large pic of those , but seriously they look great!Im definitely interested in the exact same style and colour for a summer loafer, and have some concerns about loafer fitting, good to hear you've had no such issues... What are the soles and heel like? ie stiff leather like an english style?
Great feeling to have a Luxire order in the making  (especially after 11 long months)     add Grey premium MOP buttons    http://custom.luxire.com/collections/dress-shirts/products/summe-midnight-grey-end-on-end   http://custom.luxire.com/products/cotton-linen-navy
I specified 'back of waist minus....' (1.5") after my first order.Id ask Luxire if you want to your order to be 100% clear (on what you want).
Im looking at a couple dark blue fabrics for summer/ lighter material shirts, anyone have any thoughts on these fabrics or alternatives?   http://custom.luxire.com/products/cotton-linen-navy   http://custom.luxire.com/collections/dress-shirts/products/summe-midnight-grey-end-on-end
What's been suggested is that a shirt tailored/ MTM in person (and not walking out the door until it is perfect) should cost you around $200. Big difference between online and in-person MTM...
I would consider putting on your best fitting shirt, taking a series of pics and send to Luxire in an email, requesting their opinion on changes. Then send the shirt in.  Or, rather than spend $60+ on a shirt that you might not wear/ will need serious alterations, just get a local tailored shirt for >$200 and then send that to Luxire and order a dozen more at a great price, with perfect fit dialed-in.
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