They said it was a close match to this (seems a little more blue and darker):
I'm now trying to find the perfect quilted jacket design for my order.
The colors don't match. The one the model has on is olive / war green which is the color Luxire said they couldn't get.
Get the DAKs waist adjuster on the next pair...my waistline fluxes weekly so I can relate. I'm waiting for my copper chinos as well. Regarding the material weight, Im pretty sure chinos are supposed to be light. I've had OTR chinos and they were light too. Khaki material and twill is heavier for certain.
yeah, I made my first pants order to have adjusters since I knew it would take one or two tries to get that right and that was something I really wanted in bespoke pants. I didn't order that for the copper chinos though because I want to have measurements with and without the adjusters. The next pair they're working on now (grey houndstooth) will have different measurements to accomodate the adjuster function better...although they still work in the first pair (wearing them right now and the fit is superb).
I actually have a question for my fellow Luxire fans (and I'm a huge fan). My OCBD's tend to be a pain when ironing the collar. There's so much extra material there that I spend an eternity getting it ironed without wrinkles (or I give up and deal with a few wrinkles). I do know how to iron, as I've been doing it myself since I was a youth. The lighter cloths don't have the problem as much. I had been assuming it's something to do with allowing for shrinkage but I've washed these shirts enough times now that I don't think that's it.
Is there something I can do with my future orders to make this easier for me?
I suppose that's extremely relevant! No interlining, and not fused. Thank you for your advice. Here's a photo showing where I give up. Current workflow is I iron right out of washer, don't spend much time on the collar though, button and hang to try. When I wear, I iron just the collar. It's easier to iron those wrinkles out when not moist.