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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.
Any thoughts on a Dark Olive Green woolen overcoat? I saw one last night and the colour was so nice, and the style exactly what I want, so Im thinking it'll be my next coat if availability is there. Mix between these colours  [[SPOILER]]  And similar to this style  [[SPOILER]]   ...what I saw last night I think was wool, but not 100% sure. Don't know what else it could have been(?)
/\ /\   FWIW I dont get directed to that page Luxire.
 Hey Lachyzee, any impressions on your coat for Melbourne's temps so far? Also happy with fit and construction? ... My coat is quite short for a peacoat (which Im happy about), but am already thinking about a longer/ classic peacoat in a grey herringbone or something.
 I am not very keen on this Luxire, as I don't get charged duty.The 'free delivery on order over $100' is quite a huge draw for me, and actually encourages me to get more than one item/ or spend more than $100; meaning 2 shirts for $140 (or a better quality fabric on one shirt) rather than one shirt and delivery for $110 etc etc
 Exactly, but also for a windy winter day, and even one with light rain (100% wool), you'd be able to leave Mac at home but be warm...
 Ha yeah I was worried Id be too cold.TBH I think you'll be fine, and get good wear out of it here (I do run quite warm, and walk a fair bit). Was seriously considering the 24oz unlined (like how the original skyfall coats are made) for Melb, but would often wear a t-shirt underneath so wanted lined. 
I highly recommend Luxires Navy 14oz 100% wool for a peacoat. Not only that, my new 'skyfall' peacoat is easily my favourite garment with the fabric, workmanship and design combined.   http://www.styleforum.net/t/304965/luxire-custom-clothing-official-affiliate-thread/7980#post_6930905   I have it lined with bemberg, so for me it is perfect for Melbourne's oceanic climate, with average lows 6C/ 42F. Its windy here also, and combined with previous experience in NY at...
 Are you guys adding text on the parcel/ customs sticker such as 'sample only, for copying', or something to that effect?Maybe Ive just been lucky, but Ive added something like that on both parcels without issues...
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