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In addition to CD's wares, I've got a brand new in box pair of C&J Handgrades in size 9UK. PM me an offer.
Thank you BrandonJG! It really was as simple as that? I'm going to do the same going forward. If anyone has any advice on the monogram question, would be keen to heart your experiences.
Has anyone given Luxire instructions on reducing the number of pleats/amount of fabric in the pleats on the sleeves, where they connect to the cuffs? Also, does anyone have Luxire put a monogram on their shirts? My last one was monogrammed and the letters were crooked, and stupidly big. It was disappointing, but these things happen.
Oh please let this be Passagio 2.0! Compliments on the crooked sleeves.
Thanks topos. I'm the same as you in that I like my cotton pants to fit slimmer in the leg, although in my case it's by a reasonable margin. For example, my wool trousers tend to have a 7.5 - 8" leg opening, while cotton can be as narrow as 6.5" across.
PapaRubbery, that would be fantastic.
Lachy and Jase, thank you both. Exactly the info I'm after, and Jase your reassurance is enough for me. Going to simply go off the current best fitting pair and make the odd tweak here and there. Will post pics once they arrive, but this will be a while as I'm yet to order!! Does anyone here have experience with the green twill trousers?
Hoping that someone can assist me with a question regarding the balance between front/back rise for trousers, as I intend to place my first order for a pair of trousers with Luxire. I am probably going to order the Amazon Green Twill to start. On all of my RTW trousers, they've been altered to fit slimmer in the leg. The end result is that the inseam tends to "pitch" forward (for lack of a better term. They look fine and the crease is perfectly in the middle, but when...
Don't know how much love for hats there is on this thread, but I want to share my opinion on the hats being worn by men in Australia on the internet. What's wrong about these hats is that if you're going to manually dismember a hat's brim to give the illusion of age and make it look more worn, relaxed, nonchalant, whatever, then you want to pinch the front a little, bash the crown around a bit (see what I did there?), and then make it look similarly worn. Otherwise the end...
Yeah, but Patrick will cos he's a tay-larhhh. TOPY!
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