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 They'd work great for button downs. OCBDs without the O. Then again it really depends if you consider button-down shirts as dress shirts.
You could always try getting it shipped to Saint Pierre and Miquelon, since that is technically EU soil though it is in North America. They have some special customs rules.   Probably a better idea to ship it from Europe though. Trying St. Pierre might get a little bit... weird.
You could try @ammanati 's collar, seen here   http://luxire.com/collections/home/products/pale-pink-dress-stripes http://blueloafers.com/tailoring-2/striped-luxire-shirt-flannel/ http://blueloafers.com/outfits/denim-jacket-and-poszetka-tie/   I tried it myself, with the sky blue oxford (apologies for potato quality): https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/11213781/p/collar.jpg   Specs...
 You're right. I could have worded my message better. The essence of it was that I think "poor ironing" is a dangerous first diagnosis to pleats pulling open. If the fabric drapes well they should fold neatly without any ironing of the pleat itself. On the other hand, a disappearance or pleat-crease misalignment of a crease might be explained by ironing. That said, Anden's trousers looked like they were ironed properly, the crease just fades around the crotch, suggesting...
Ironing pleats for them to fall flat feels a bit silly. It's a bit like having a sown-in crease run in the middle. It works, but it feels a bit wrong. Pleats should fall down and fold by themselves naturally. I think they are pulling open simply because there isn't enough room for them to close naturally.    I would suggest asking Luxire instructions directly by email. They are always very helpful like that. 
Brown flannels! The VBC flannels are gorgeous and brilliantly priced but it's only grey or blue. That said, nice to see some blue flannels in there.
 What's the fix? Looks like his pockets are flaring a bit, my guess the hip / seat area is a bit too tight. Isn't altering the fork region a bit difficult?
 Did you mean the rust one? http://luxire.com/products/vbc-vitale-barberis-canonico-120s-2-ply-rust-vbc_840_601_1847  Do you have a picture of it?
 Does it breathe well despite the thickness? 
http://luxire.com/collections/pants/BrisbaneMoss There's already plenty! According to the description, yes. The fabrics are actually priced at $99, the reduction in price is due to a faster construction process.  edit: Also at least the Stone colour has a bit of a sheen to it. Quoting my coworker: "They're shiny!"
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