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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post
 

 

Cheers, CruzAzul. Haha, you're not the only one who thinks that.

 

Throughout the entire shirt. I might just remove half an inch from the lower back panel altogether next time, but I'm getting very nitpicky now. Increasing the armhole circumference a little helped with cleaning up the sleeves, but that might not work for you.

 

is this the shirt where you took out of the back and put it on the front?

 

how did you like the results?

post #11582 of 14622
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Originally Posted by matt22616 View Post
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Looks amazing. Great minds think alike! (#SFgroupthink). Seriously though, Turner is almost assuredly responsible for dozens of orders in the past month or so. I've been lurking in this thread for about two years, waiting for some creative soul to come up with the perfect collar configuration. Three cheers for Turner!

 

 

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Originally Posted by ammanati View Post
 

Haha, yes, true ;) Turner did a great job. Collar is very nice - I really like the shirt. Cheers to Turner!

Now that I am a collar celebrity, can I please have my royalties from all you shameless copyists? :bounce2:

 

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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post
 

Another one pice collar shirt. I moved an inch from the back panel to the front panel and decreased the shoulders a bit. I think I'm getting pretty close with my fit, but I might ask them to correct for square shoulders. As I've said before, I love the cool linen/cotton fabric, and once again Luxire has executed my wishes perfectly.

Pictures (Click to show)

 

 

This is a true One-Piece? It looks like the underside of the collar is cut from the same piece of cloth as the front panel and not a seperate piece as in the regular One-Piece. Oh, all the pieces!

 

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Originally Posted by hookem12387 View Post

Hoodog, what collar did you go with? Everyone's really nailing their fits and collars lately.

And thanks, Cosme. Those links make the fine worsted sound pretty appealing.
 
It could be the #6300 One-Piece-Collar, previous version of the #7563
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haven't ordered in a while. is it still the case that once payment is processed on paypal, that means work is being started on your order?

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Originally Posted by bik2101 View Post
 

haven't ordered in a while. is it still the case that once payment is processed on paypal, that means work is being started on your order?

 

It depends?

 

If they stock the fabric you selected in their own warehouse as part of their regular inventory, then sure, it may be a fairly quick turn around on your order.  

 

But if by start you mean they begin the process of procuring your fabric from the respective mill (in those cases where they have to order it through their channels rather than stocking it themselves), then yes, you can say they've started on your order.

post #11585 of 14622
Thread Starter 

Pale Indigo Printed Wabash

 

 

 

 

Blue Stripes Seersucker Pants

 

post #11586 of 14622
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post

Did we make that collar? You make us look good. Thank you.

@Ammanati, are you able to provide the details or order # on this collar for the pink stripe shirt? Looks great!
post #11587 of 14622
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post #11588 of 14622
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post
 

Pale Indigo Printed Wabash

 

 

 

 

Blue Stripes Seersucker Pants

 

 

 

Is there a practical reason why the right belt loop is a a little longer then the left? 

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Probably the same length but the right one is hidden slightly by the change pocket
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Guys, has anyone had this problem? The seam between the yoke and front of the shirt is very 'forward', for lack of a better term. I only noticed it when i buttoned the shirt up (to the top button). I'm spoilering -- the shirt is great in all other ways, but this is a terrible advertisement for Luxire as it is not a very good photo!

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 


Sorry about the lighting, not very good.

Edit: looking at this foto, looks like I need to decrease the yoke...among other things.


Edited by lukejackson - 7/23/14 at 12:54am
post #11591 of 14622
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Originally Posted by ShawnBC View Post
 

hoodog - excellent! Would you mind sharing who makes the trousers? The collar on the 2nd shirt is awesome!

 

 

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Originally Posted by hookem12387 View Post

Hoodog, what collar did you go with? Everyone's really nailing their fits and collars lately.

And thanks, Cosme. Those links make the fine worsted sound pretty appealing.

 

Thanks guys! The trousers are made by Belvest and the collar (same on both shirts) is the #6300 (Turner v.1) collar.

post #11592 of 14622
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Originally Posted by lostintranslation View Post

Hi guys,

Received my first Luxire shirt a few days ago and the fit is prett good! Would you mind guys mind recommending me some dress shirt fabrics for my next order? My first shirt was an oxford, but I'm looking for something a little finer.

Thanks!
Wanted to bump this to see if anybody would be willing to recommend me some dress shirt fabrics. smile.gif
post #11593 of 14622
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Originally Posted by Liber View Post


@Ammanati, are you able to provide the details or order # on this collar for the pink stripe shirt? Looks great!

You can refer to the Order #7817 - Pale Pink Dress Stripes. Remember to mention the fabric as I ordered three shirts with different collars

post #11594 of 14622
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Originally Posted by lostintranslation View Post

Wanted to bump this to see if anybody would be willing to recommend me some dress shirt fabrics. smile.gif

You might get more responses if you gave a budget per shirt, the kind of climate you live in: do you need cool-wearing fabrics like linen/linen cotton, or regular fabrics? Do you have any kind of shirts already? Usually for business dress anything with a white base and light blue stripes/checks/gingham are pretty good, as far as I know.

Just try to provide as much context as you can for people to work with.
post #11595 of 14622
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Originally Posted by althanis View Post


You might get more responses if you gave a budget per shirt, the kind of climate you live in: do you need cool-wearing fabrics like linen/linen cotton, or regular fabrics? Do you have any kind of shirts already? Usually for business dress anything with a white base and light blue stripes/checks/gingham are pretty good, as far as I know.

Just try to provide as much context as you can for people to work with

 

not to hijack, but my budget is $100ish per shirt

 

Looking for standard shirts for casual/formal business wear that doesn't wrinkle too easily (so linen is out). Would like separate recommendations for the summer and winter season. - maybe a top 3 fabric for each season. Thanks!

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