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@luxire - the Brisbane Moss canvas fabrics are a nice addition, but note that the weights listed are per square meter, not per running meter, which is how fabric weights are typically quoted. 310 grams/square meter is roughly equivalent to 465g (15-16oz) per running meter. Could you let us know if the weights listed for other fabrics on the Luxire website are measured by square meter?
Do any other Asian MTM firms avoid customs by marking packages as gifts and other devices? It's one thing to do that for an occasional package when the majority of your sales are in-store or shipped within the tax jurisdiction, another thing when the whole business is shipping to other jurisdictions. Especially if all your peer firms comply with the applicable customs regulations and might be inclined to alert the authorities if a competitor is obtaining a competitive edge...
I sent a shirt in for replication and Luxire did a very nice job. It wasn't perfect, however, particularly in some non-obvious structural areas like the sleeve angle and position of the collar relative to the yoke, causing some creasing and bunching not present in the sample shirt. Also the sample shirt I sent was made of very fine fabric, and the fabric I chose for the trial shirt was comparatively thick, so the fit/feel of the shirt was a little more snug even with...
+1, classic form of efficient price discrimination.
Nowadays you can take it into an AP boutique and they will demagnetize it on the spot. Did exactly this last year. I think ROs are especially prone to magnetization.
The problem w/ color 8 cordovan is that the color deteriorates rapidly after a few wears, looking rather cheap IMO.With a good quality calf (G&G rioja, Vass oxblood), you can easily polish it with black polish and get to a rich black cherry effect.
You can find that kind of corduroy jacket at just about any goodwill / thrift store, probably for less than $20.
You might be right, but based on my fuzzy memory of looking through the book a few years ago, I recall mostly solid plain weaves with a few stripes and nailheads. Great fabric though, I have a couple suits that have held up beautifully with regular wear over 4-5 years.
Make sure the you have enough room at the bottom of the shirt around the hips. If it's tight there, the waist will ride up and puff out.
Frontier is closer to the Lesser 9.5/10oz - both are plain weaves.
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