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I have a shirt in that fabric ordered... hopefully will receive it in the next few weeks and will post photos.
I think this is on topic: Very good looking men cannot pull off complex looks as easily (lots of patterns, bright colors, 'uncommon' articles of clothing) and are better off wearing well fitting, simple, co-ordinated outfits. Otherwise they are perceived as too high social value and try-hard or unrelatable to most people. (Think like this: a guy with 9/10 looks and 9/10 style is too far off the social value charts to be relatable) Less good looking men can pull off more...
Very reasonable price and looks great!
Honest question, not trolling here... @PatrickBooth How do you mentally separate the idea of wearing a suit to a BBQ for your own comfort as being different from 'that guy' who wears cargo shorts on the red carpet (for his own comfort). Do you place any value in situational appropriateness? Is being comfortable more important to you than perhaps making the other guests feel uncomfortable? Or perhaps it's still that kid with the purple hair expressing the same message in...
I'm reiterating my desire for a Savile Row style tag: - Luxire - Hand Made for: Customer Name By: Maker's Name Date: 04/02/2015 Until then I will be requesting "no Luxire tags".
Love that jacket and love the introductory pricing, but I already have so many similar items in blue/navy. If it were another color (forest green or wine color) I'd be all over that. Very difficult to pass.
Got a pair with pleats a few weeks ago (pics in this thread if you search). Mine came out fine but you may wish to provide a measurement of where you'd like the pleats placed because I've seen a few that look oddly close to the fly and it makes the crease bow in at the waistline.
I sent in a Zegna jacket and it was duplicated exactly. I posted pics on the Luxire thread.
You really shouldn't steam your jackets. Steam will remove any fullness or shape that the tailor has pressed into the cloth.
This is definitely part of the solution. Perhaps Luxire could print monitor calibration cards and send them with orders so that users can calibrate their monitor against a copy of the card on the website. Luxire would also have to re-shoot all of the fabrics.
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