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post #1036 of 13236

Wait a second, there's a store in New Jersey?  In Edison??  Is this just like a headquarters office with most of the actual work done overseas or could one walk in, get measured, and have shirts made in-house at the NJ location?

 

I ask because I'm originally from there and next time I'm on leave in the states I could swing by.  

 

Can you post the location?

post #1037 of 13236
With MTM shirts I should be able to find the perfect length so the shirt will look great both tucked and un tucked, or can't I have both? Since I am young and don't use suits very often, having the option to use the same shirt tucked or untucked would be very practical.
post #1038 of 13236
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Originally Posted by Rankiz View Post

With MTM shirts I should be able to find the perfect length so the shirt will look great both tucked and un tucked, or can't I have both? Since I am young and don't use suits very often, having the option to use the same shirt tucked or untucked would be very practical.
Just tuck in your shirt all the time. It looks better 100% of the time, anyhow (obviously not if it's a polo or tshirt).
post #1039 of 13236
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Originally Posted by Rankiz View Post

With MTM shirts I should be able to find the perfect length so the shirt will look great both tucked and un tucked, or can't I have both? Since I am young and don't use suits very often, having the option to use the same shirt tucked or untucked would be very practical.

That's not possible.
post #1040 of 13236
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by diadem View Post

There's no physical location I can go to to get myself measured, is there? I see on the website that the parent company is located in Jersey City, NJ, and there's an office in Edison.  Both are manageable trips for me to make if that's an option.  I don't trust myself at all to measure myself accurately...

 

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Originally Posted by GentlemanJohnny View Post

Wait a second, there's a store in New Jersey?  In Edison??  Is this just like a headquarters office with most of the actual work done overseas or could one walk in, get measured, and have shirts made in-house at the NJ location?

 

I ask because I'm originally from there and next time I'm on leave in the states I could swing by.  

 

Can you post the location?

 

Our main office is in Edison, NJ, we also warehouse our ready-to-wear shirts there along with some accessories.  All the tailoring is done in our own facilities in India.

 

The NJ facility is not currently designed for visiting customers though. We are planning on adding a visitor lounge and adding staff to enable measurements, browsing swatches and ordering.

We are talking to a few companies for having a kinect powered automatic measuring system installed as well.  will take a few months though.

post #1041 of 13236
Does anyone know the current turnaround time for Luxire shirts?
post #1042 of 13236
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post

We are talking to a few companies for having a kinect powered automatic measuring system installed as well.  will take a few months though.

Will you be developing an XBox app for self-measurement? That would certainly be a differentiator.
post #1043 of 13236
Can someone talk about the quality of the rtw ones?
post #1044 of 13236
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by tillyato View Post

Does anyone know the current turnaround time for Luxire shirts?

 

Most orders shipped in 8-10 days

 

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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post


Will you be developing an XBox app for self-measurement? That would certainly be a differentiator.

 

Working on it and impressed by the possibilities.

post #1045 of 13236
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by nickrut View Post

Can someone talk about the quality of the rtw ones?

 

1. Fabrics are top-quality.

2. Buttons are Mother-of-pearl

3. Stitching is 20 SPI

4. Comes with our standard Stainless-steel collar stays

4. Measurement chart is below. If it fits, there is no better shirt deal.

 

Razl posted a review here

 

post #1046 of 13236
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Originally Posted by Rankiz View Post

With MTM shirts I should be able to find the perfect length so the shirt will look great both tucked and un tucked, or can't I have both? Since I am young and don't use suits very often, having the option to use the same shirt tucked or untucked would be very practical.

Generally my work shirts which I wear tucked in have formal features - no placket, no pocket, slightly wide spread collar. My casual shirts which I wear untucked have a placket, pocket and button-down collar. So basically - you shouldn't be wearing your formal shirts casually.
post #1047 of 13236
Which fabric is shown on the shirt jacket page here:



It looks different to the Navy Chambray by Brembana.
post #1048 of 13236
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post

Most orders shipped in 8-10 days


Working on it and impressed by the possibilities.
Haha just got a reason for my wife to get kinect for the kids (thanks from my kids :P)
post #1049 of 13236
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Jimbosaurus View Post

Which fabric is shown on the shirt jacket page here:



It looks different to the Navy Chambray by Brembana.


It is the navy chambray by Brembana. May look a bit different due to lighting conditions during photography.

post #1050 of 13236
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Originally Posted by Jimbosaurus View Post

Which fabric is shown on the shirt jacket page here:



It looks different to the Navy Chambray by Brembana.
Must be lighting; it's the brembana wearing it now smile.gif
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