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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.
The color definitely looks different but I think the lighter version also looks good. If a mixup did occur, perhaps you can work something out with Luxire and keep both pairs.
How did you order the fabric? By email or by clicking the fabric on Luxire's site? The Dugdale fabrics are numbered so you should have received exactly what you asked for.http://www.dugdalebros.com/cloth-ranges/white-rose-caldonaire-bunch-141/4207/I have been surprised by fabric color before and I've always just assumed that if I do not order swatches, then it's on me if I get an unexpected result. Different monitors can alter how things look, but still - your pants seem...
Dress shirts, with NOBD2 collar.
I know, right? I had ordered the grey university stripes last time around and loved it. I figure the maroon is from the same batch, so I ordered it and every other university stripe fabric available in my most recent order... my shirt wardrobe is going to be 85% university stripes.
I guess that was a poorly worded comment on the drape and wrinkling of the shirt in the photo (which was obviously not ironed before the photo).
Also prepare yourself for an $18 bill from Fedex for brokerage BS.
Shirt is pretty good. A lot of the 'problems' would be cleared up with a better quality fabric (looks like lustrous fine white?). Add a touch (1" or less) to the chest, add 1/2" to your right shoulder. Anything else is fine tuning.
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