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Luxire Black Grey Tattersall Flannel, shirt

http://custom.luxire.com/products/black-grey-tattersall-flannel

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Men’s Boots: Vegetable tanned Calf leather from Sedgwick, UK Tweed from Molloy & Sons Ireland Suede from Stead, UK Vibram Rubber Sole Hand Welted using oak tanned leather welt and insole
 

Men’s Boots:

Vegetable tanned Calf leather from Sedgwick, UK

Tweed from Molloy & Sons Ireland

Suede from Stead, UK

Vibram Rubber Sole

 
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Has anyone tried the Monti "Ice" collection? Recommend?

 

Also, does anyone have a preference for any of the linen / linen-cotton white shirts?

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So for the first time with Luxire I got hit pretty bad by importing duties and taxes. Did Luxire change something with their shipping lately?

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How long do most people average for getting a shirt? My first Luxire shirt took 2 months to receive. I did send in a shirt to be copied, but 2 months was still a long time. My second shirt is about to hit the 1 month mark and hasn't shipped yet.

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Has anyone had Luxire in India receive their stuff when shipped to Luxire's Portland office? I had something received in Portland Jan 10 that still isn't in India. Luxire has been great about communication, but I want to see if it's just me.
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Got my recent luxire order where I had a similar shirt to this made up:

 

http://www.greedanddisgust.com/blog/2014/10/12/custom-polo-shirt-by-luxire

 

Really happy with the result.  If you are looking for a versatile shirt this is worth considering, obviously made it shorter than a regular dress shirt but its still long enough to tuck in so looks like relaxed smart dress shirt with chinos/trousers or works well untucked with shorts/jeans.

 

Also got the navy cotton/linen, awesome material, good texture, good breathability but without the wrinkles of pure linen.

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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post
 

Has anyone tried the Monti "Ice" collection? Recommend?

I have a White blue pinstripe ICE by Monti. I like the shirt and it looks great. It is very thin though so hardish to iron and I guess wrinkles quite easy (both of which I don't mind).

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Originally Posted by burnso View Post

I have a White blue pinstripe ICE by Monti. I like the shirt and it looks great. It is very thin though so hardish to iron and I guess wrinkles quite easy (both of which I don't mind).

I have this fabric too and I like it a lot. Very nice feel to it. I actually find it very easy to iron. It wrinkles a lot in the elbows and where it gets tucked in because it's so crisp, but I find that it stays looking very nice in the chest, which for me is what counts.

I actually did not realize that there were more fabrics from the collection. I would definitely order more.
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I also really like the Monti Ice, and it is definitely a better fabric than the Alumo white poplin at a similar price point.

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