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post #10111 of 14443
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Originally Posted by althanis View Post


You see the top button of the shirt? Notice how the collar points flow all the way up and join just above that top button? There's no space there. Shirts with space for a tie usually have a gap there.

Notice the difference in this shirt:

 

Okey! Thank you very much! But there is still possible to wear the shirt with a tie, isn't it?

post #10112 of 14443
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Originally Posted by mrjester View Post

The seersucker is the easiest for me - not much more than one pass anywhere.

This guy, if it was completely dry on the rack, I give it a few mists with the squirt bottle, set the iron on cotton, and although the shirt is smooth, you can still see where the wrinkles were. I noticed once I hung the shirt up and saw it in natural lighting. Had to re-mist it a few times and iron it a bit slower for them to go.

Ah, okay. I don't give it a second glance. smile.gif
post #10113 of 14443
I think so. It might look awkward though. To me it's one of those interesting things you do because you can, and not necessarily something that makes a big difference.
post #10114 of 14443
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post


Ah, okay. I don't give it a second glance. smile.gif

Too good to look for wrinkles?!

 

post #10115 of 14443
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Originally Posted by althanis View Post

I think so. It might look awkward though. To me it's one of those interesting things you do because you can, and not necessarily something that makes a big difference.

Okey, probably! I will place my first order from Luxire and thinking what collar I want, your answer have helped me very much, thank you! I have a pair of chinos that I'm very satisfied with. For the shirt i think i will go with this cloth http://luxire.com/collections/stripes/products/blue_dress_stripes_gtz48783

post #10116 of 14443
You're welcome. Good luck!
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post #10118 of 14443
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Originally Posted by Nakedsnake View Post


I would consider two weeks from ordered to shipped very good, in the world of online MTM.

What seems to be roughly the time line for shirts as it stands now? I placed a one shirt order on April 11th. Still no shipping/completion confirmation. Hoping to get it within the next week or so. That way it can ship out, and I can start using it. Its a bit more of an overshirt, so the current weather is very favorable for it's use.

Edited: spelling

I ordered shirts on the 18/4 and status remains unfulfilled. I don't mind waiting but I am keen to see the results of a new collar I am trying.
post #10119 of 14443
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post
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Brembana? Shirts begging for an extreme cutaway. 

 

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Please don't kill me. I'm young. And I'm only joking. Looks nice man. 
post #10120 of 14443
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Originally Posted by bleu View Post

Okey! Thank you very much! But there is still possible to wear the shirt with a tie, isn't it?

Here is a picture with a tie.



I don't recommend using it without a tie. Is that what you meant to ask?

post #10121 of 14443
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post

All the time smile.gif, in the cold seasons.

Here's the II:

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(Not sure the pic is of any help...)

Really like the two together. Where is the sweater from?
post #10122 of 14443
Extremely disappointed in their turnaround time, which is not what they advertise on their site. Site says it takes 7-10 days to complete an order after receiving a shirt for replication. I ordered on April 8, tracking shows my shirt was received by them on April 14. On April 25, I emailed to see why the order was still unfulfilled and they said it would take another 10 days. Now it's May 7 and the order hasn't even been completed or shipped?

At this point I am hoping I can cut my losses and get all the fabric swatches I ordered cancelled (30+). I was planning to follow up with a large order after tweaking the fit if necessary but there are plenty of online MTM places that can deliver in their stated time frame. It's not rocket science, it doesn't take a month or more to copy a shirt and send it back.
post #10123 of 14443
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Originally Posted by bdbb View Post

Extremely disappointed in their turnaround time, which is not what they advertise on their site. Site says it takes 7-10 days to complete an order after receiving a shirt for replication. I ordered on April 8, tracking shows my shirt was received by them on April 14. On April 25, I emailed to see why the order was still unfulfilled and they said it would take another 10 days. Now it's May 7 and the order hasn't even been completed or shipped?

At this point I am hoping I can cut my losses and get all the fabric swatches I ordered cancelled (30+). I was planning to follow up with a large order after tweaking the fit if necessary but there are plenty of online MTM places that can deliver in their stated time frame. It's not rocket science, it doesn't take a month or more to copy a shirt and send it back.

 

That's very bizarre. I think one of the reoccurring things you hear so often in the thread is that their turn around time is very quick. I usually get something back within 3 or so weeks. This seems to be a fluke.

post #10124 of 14443

I like the shirt quality, what are the shipping charges for UK?

post #10125 of 14443
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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post

Really like the two together. Where is the sweater from?

Scaglione airjumper.
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