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post #1126 of 9716
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Originally Posted by joiji View Post

Luxire, I got an email saying my order has shipped (#2527), but when looking at the tracking information it says the shipment was cancelled by sender? Can you shed any light on this?

 

This is not the place for individual customer service queries. Please use the Contact Us form on the site.

post #1127 of 9716
How do you guys rate the buttonholes by Luxire? I find the buttonholes of some online MTM makers to be kinda floppy and weak, making it pretty easy to pull the button out of it.
post #1128 of 9716
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Originally Posted by benjamin831 View Post

How do you guys rate the buttonholes by Luxire? I find the buttonholes of some online MTM makers to be kinda floppy and weak, making it pretty easy to pull the button out of it.


Haven't had that problem. I find them to be very solid. In fact they need a little breaking in.

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Originally Posted by benjamin831 View Post

How do you guys rate the buttonholes by Luxire? I find the buttonholes of some online MTM makers to be kinda floppy and weak, making it pretty easy to pull the button out of it.

I've had too orders so far from Luxire;the first I the buttonholes as best as you could get and average. The 2nd order seemed to be a whole another beast; they must've done something nice with the buttons or the buttonholes during that time.
post #1130 of 9716

RTW shirt quality was a bit disappointing.  Guess thats to be expected for $25...

post #1131 of 9716

Sadly (as I would buy tons of them if they existed), I think the only place to potentially find quality shirts at that price point is on ebay, probably used. =[ They are only slightly less expensive than Luxire MTM, but if you may want to try a Charles Trywhitt sale (they are perpetual) or wait until Brooks Brothers has a clearance/sale. 

 

I have 2 shirts from Luxire, both MTM, and the first one especially (blue gingham) is just fantastic and construction feels rock solid. No brainer for me to do the same with with a green gingham eventually, worth the $65.

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Originally Posted by nickrut View Post

RTW shirt quality was a bit disappointing.  Guess thats to be expected for $25...

post #1132 of 9716
I've had a few shirts made by Luxire thus far. All fit me very well. Excellent quality, particularly for the price point, and top notch customer service.
post #1133 of 9716
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Originally Posted by PiCcolocV View Post

Sadly (as I would buy tons of them if they existed), I think the only place to potentially find quality shirts at that price point is on ebay, probably used. =[ They are only slightly less expensive than Luxire MTM, but if you may want to try a Charles Trywhitt sale (they are perpetual) or wait until Brooks Brothers has a clearance/sale. 

 

I have 2 shirts from Luxire, both MTM, and the first one especially (blue gingham) is just fantastic and construction feels rock solid. No brainer for me to do the same with with a green gingham eventually, worth the $65.

 

 

Yeah will be waiting for BB stuff to go on sale.  Hear they get down around 35 during certain parts of the year.  The Luxire RTW wasn't awful, but had some funky issue where the collar stay passed through a seam and got lost in the collar.  That was interesting to say the least. 

post #1134 of 9716

Fortunate if BB fits you, their extra slim fit is quite baggy on me, and I am a fairly staple 40R.

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Yeah will be waiting for BB stuff to go on sale.  Hear they get down around 35 during certain parts of the year.  The Luxire RTW wasn't awful, but had some funky issue where the collar stay passed through a seam and got lost in the collar.  That was interesting to say the least. 

post #1135 of 9716
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Originally Posted by benjamin831 View Post

How do you guys rate the buttonholes by Luxire? I find the buttonholes of some online MTM makers to be kinda floppy and weak, making it pretty easy to pull the button out of it.


The buttonholes on mines are nicer than the other RTW. But I just started spending more on shirts so I don't know how good they are compared to the more expensive shirtmakers. But the quality is good enough for me and seems to be consistent for my first two orders.

post #1136 of 9716
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Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

I've had too orders so far from Luxire;the first I the buttonholes as best as you could get and average. The 2nd order seemed to be a whole another beast; they must've done something nice with the buttons or the buttonholes during that time.

...wut?
post #1137 of 9716
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post #1138 of 9716
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Originally Posted by PiCcolocV View Post

Fortunate if BB fits you, their extra slim fit is quite baggy on me, and I am a fairly staple 40R.

The slim fits me pretty decent. I'm a 48 shoulder, 36 waist so they still need some small tailoring.
post #1139 of 9716
Thread Starter 

Heavy wools are here: 400-600 gms weight. Some are 100% wool while some are 85% wool, 15% nylon

 

Available tomorrow.

 

You can order pants, pants with cotton-flannel lining, over-coats, vintage coats with back-belts and other things limited by your imagination.

 

 

 

 


Edited by luxire - 2/3/13 at 5:20am
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