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@luxire: Do you have a separate pricing tier for boots? 

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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

Ufff! Those hand-stitched shoulder seams look great!
INORITE??

This will DEFINITELY in contention as an option on my next order.
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Not half as bad under a sportcoat and with a tie:

 

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You know what? I really love the look, when worn with a tie and jacket. The tie feels really framed! Wish the fabric would be more CBD so you could pair it with a navy suit and a POW tie!

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Yes, we have started taking some orders.

 

As perfect fitting of shoes is an iterative process, we offer you a set of options which you can choose from:

 

1. Made-to-order, Standard sizes: You provide the size you would generally buy from a store and we will make the shoes for you accordingly, using a standard last. Prices start at $300

 

2. Custom made last: We will make a last based on your specifications and test them based on the data you provide. The shoes will thus be made to fit perfectly for feet of the provided size. The last will be made with your name on it and will be preserved for your future orders. Prices start at $450

 

3. Bespoke shoes: We start by making a last with your specifications and send you a test pair. Based on your feedback, the last is modified. We do this iterative process as many times as you would like. We include one iteration for free. For subsequent iterations, we charge you $75 per iteration. Bespoke shoes start at $750 and would be of the highest quality and the perfect fit.

 

Love the different options. So if I do one bespoke pair for $750 (+ iterations) will my future shoes be $450 since the last is already made?

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I want this. It's shell so I assume there's an upcharge.
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I want this. It's shell so I assume there's an upcharge Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I'll Second that.  Nice subtle patina.

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Jacket in the Molloy Donegal tweed

 

 

That's mine! Just received it yesterday, will post fit pics after it gets back from the tailor's (armholes were a bit off).

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@luxire, if you haven't already considered this, a chart showing your shoe sizes compared to given lasts of common makers like Crockett & Jones, Alden, etc., would be helpful for buyers interested in the standard shoe sizes.
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Love the different options. So if I do one bespoke pair for $750 (+ iterations) will my future shoes be $450 since the last is already made?

 

Yes, if you want the same last to be used. Lasts would differ based on styling.

 

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I want this. It's shell so I assume there's an upcharge.

 

I have heard that shell is difficult to work with. We will order some and make a few test pairs before confirming. The prices quoted are base prices and can go up based on leather chosen.

 

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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

@luxire, if you haven't already considered this, a chart showing your shoe sizes compared to given lasts of common makers like Crockett & Jones, Alden, etc., would be helpful for buyers interested in the standard shoe sizes.

True. It has been is in the works. We need some more information to make it meaningful.

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This is our customise trial adjustable bow tie in black gingham fabric 

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Originally Posted by emiristol View Post

That's mine! Just received it yesterday, will post fit pics after it gets back from the tailor's (armholes were a bit off).

What's the weight of the cloth? What was the template/inspiration for the jacket? A field/safari jacket? It doesn't quite look like a shirt jacket.
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Luxire light blue selvage jeans with a nice stitch details 

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Thread Starter 

As there was no significant interest in the pre-order of the Ventile rain macs, we are withdrawing the discounted pre-order option.

 

The prices are now being increased to $600

 

We will send separate emails to those who ordered and discuss.

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The vintage clothing community at Fedora Lounge will love this

Maybe I should keep the collar for some kind of Boardwalk Empire themed party.

 

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You know what? I really love the look, when worn with a tie and jacket. The tie feels really framed! Wish the fabric would be more CBD so you could pair it with a navy suit and a POW tie!

I will have the collar changed, since I intended to wear the shirt w/o sport coat or tie. But you're right, there's some use for that kind of collar. I am really thinking about getting a similar collar for my wedding in May. Some kind of white GR dobby, this collar with a bit more spread and 2 cm shorter points, convertible cuffs like clapeyron showed last year (I don't like french cuffs) under a mid-grey birdseye suit and a navy dotted shantung or pow tie.

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