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Thanks for the info here and email on the Slubby and Brembana Chambrays Luxire! I also think the Slubby is an excellent fabric, am so happy with the shirt.  Luxire I have a suggestion regarding your website logo. I don't mind the addition of 'For Men' underneath 'Luxire', but think the spacing could perhaps be better as it is very small and very close to looking like one word from where I am ('Formen').
Does anyone own both the 'Navy Chambray by Brembana' and 'Blue Denim Slubby Chambray?' (http://luxire.com/products/navy-chambray-by-brembana, http://luxire.com/collections/blue/products/blue-denim-slubby-chambray).   Im interested in how different they are to each other, as I own the Slubby Chambray and have been very keen on the Brembana for ages ...but the Brembana, with premium MOPs, will come to approx $230 AUD! :(
For me that would be good/ ideal for a coat in Melbourne (ie I'd barely want to go much thicker).- I have a Luxire 14oz wool peacoat which is lined, and on the coldest nights I would also layer this and then Id be 100% fine.- The wool/ blend coats you see on the racks in most stores would only be 12-14oz thickness for example.- I considered a 25oz Dugdale, and in hindsight I would definitely order this fabric, but I would be prepared for the fact that I could barely layer...
 That's 'Cotton-Linen: Navy' (http://custom.luxire.com/products/cotton-linen-navy).It's easily a favourite, as well as Blue Denim Slubby Chambray and Blue Chambray Linen (2nd and 3rd pictured).
Hard for me to do these buttons justice, but buttons are:- Premium Grey-Thin (2), Premium MOP (2), Thin MOP, MOP (standard)  [[SPOILER]]
The 'Premium' (Grey and MOP) buttons are so nice Luxire I'll be getting them for every shirt.
Great sale Luxire. I've got a few linens now guys and I highly recommend - Cotton Linen Navy (http://custom.luxire.com/collections/linen_mar_2015/products/cotton-linen-navy) - Blue Chambray Linen (http://custom.luxire.com/collections/linen_mar_2015/products/blue-chambray-linen), which appears to be sold out though
It cost me $100. It really is beautifully made.
I now have 2 Luxire wallets so I thought Id post a quick review. Ill let the pics do most of the talking. Firstly, just received a new wallet made to specs and details that I requested (copy of one Ive seen elsewhere).   I wanted a thick (bridle) type leather that would age and patina really well, in a small 'card' sized bi-fold wallet. I don't have a lot of experience with leathers but I think it should age and darken really well, and very happy with the result. The...
Shipping confirmation received, 2 shirts and a custom wallet  
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