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Some shirts arrived today...

 

 

Clockwise, from top left: Persian Green linen/cotton, Maroon linen/cotten (I'd call it burgundy), black/maroon tattersal madras (I'd say closer to midnight navy/maroon), cream dress herringbone (more like beige), peach casual oxford (more like a fairly fine oxford), ivory white broadcloth. (Not pictured, a mandarin collar ivory white broadcloth, because the collar was creased a bit in transit and needs ironing.)

 

Great shirts, as always. Thanks again, Luxire!

 

Thanks HF.

Do share images of them in action. Interested in seeing the 2 linen-cotton ones, how they look worn.

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Monti - Green Gingham

 

 

 

Fire Brick Red Pique

 

 

Navy Pique

 

 

 

Navy Pique

 

Linen:Blue Mini Gingham

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Hey Luxire, few questions.

Do you have any pictures of the finished 4 pocket shirt jacket? I'd love something Similar to this;

Ascot Chang Linen Shirt Jacket (Click to show)

 

 

 

And, any material like this, I'd love some trousers in this.

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Hey Luxire, few questions.

Do you have any pictures of the finished 4 pocket shirt jacket? I'd love something Similar to this;

Ascot Chang Linen Shirt Jacket (Click to show)

 

 

 

And, any material like this, I'd love some trousers in this.

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Product images here.

 

Will need to check on the fabric.

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Product images here.

 

Will need to check on the fabric.


I've seen those, I'm after them being worn. How much would it be in this fabric.

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I've seen those, I'm after them being worn. How much would it be in this fabric.


Best place for such queries.

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I've seen those, I'm after them being worn.

 

See the spoiler below. I believe it is a repost from someone earlier in this thread. I saved it to my computer because I want to have something similar made someday.

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

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Those great-looking shawl collars inspire some really interesting ideas, and I love seeing the workshop in these photos.
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Those great-looking shawl collars inspire some really interesting ideas, and I love seeing the workshop in these photos.

 

I think this might be a replication of the Eidos polo. I have ordered something similar, except mine is long sleeve and the placket is a bit shorter. It's based on this pic: 

 

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post
 

Some shirts arrived today...

 

 

Clockwise, from top left: Persian Green linen/cotton, Maroon linen/cotten (I'd call it burgundy), black/maroon tattersal madras (I'd say closer to midnight navy/maroon), cream dress herringbone (more like beige), peach casual oxford (more like a fairly fine oxford), ivory white broadcloth. (Not pictured, a mandarin collar ivory white broadcloth, because the collar was creased a bit in transit and needs ironing.)

 

Great shirts, as always. Thanks again, Luxire!

 

Thanks HF.

Do share images of them in action. Interested in seeing the 2 linen-cotton ones, how they look worn.

 

The Persian green, as worn last Friday: http://www.styleforum.net/t/394373/hof-what-are-you-wearing-right-now-part-iv-starting-may-2014/1500_50#post_7194227

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Man, the persian green is awesome! I want one!!!
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Some shirts arrived today...




Clockwise, from top left: Persian Green linen/cotton, Maroon linen/cotten (I'd call it burgundy), black/maroon tattersal madras (I'd say closer to midnight navy/maroon), cream dress herringbone (more like beige), peach casual oxford (more like a fairly fine oxford), ivory white broadcloth. (Not pictured, a mandarin collar ivory white broadcloth, because the collar was creased a bit in transit and needs ironing.)

Great shirts, as always. Thanks again, Luxire!

Sorry if I missed it, but could you share what you requested for your collar? I like the way that persian green shirt looks without a tie!
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The Persian green and maroon linen/cottons are both one-piece collar. I had previously asked Luxire to modify my usual spread collar into a one-piece collar for another shirt, and they did that fine by themselves without any micromanagement on my part. These are the same variant. The original spread collar (seen in the three shirts on the bottom row of the photo) is my own custom shape from my older bespoke shirts but IIRC it's not that massively different from one of Luxire's own. I don't think it's particularly helpful to give out order numbers/exact measurements as the actual appearance is all about how a collar works with your face/build and not just a matter of copying a collar across and expecting it to look the same.

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What are the advantages/disadvantages/anything else on one piece collars?

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@luxire

 

1) When ordering a jacket, how do you send them out? Panta has these nice boxes where the jacket hangs on a hanger:

 

2) How do you store items sent in for copying?

 

3) Would one be notified if you not just examine measurements but open up an item?

 

Would greatly appreciate a response.

 

also I'd be interested in a large scale black watch fabric:

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