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I have two G+R shirting fabrics (oxfords). One of them is a bit shiny and wrinkles extremely easily. The other is OK but needs many more wash/wear cycles before it will hit the sweet spot and look really good (it currently is a bit too 'fine' for an OCBD. Frankly I strongly prefer my 'no-brand' sky blue oxfords and 'no-brand' university stripe oxfords to the G+R oxfords (even if they were the same price).

I have two jackets made from Dugdale worsteds. They get shiny pretty easily and require extra brushing to keep them looking good. The Dugdale flannels I have are nice but show wear in the crotch quickly (from rubbing I guess). The green cords I have are beautiful and soft. Too early to comment on durability. YMMV.

 

Are the green cords brisbane moss?

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Anyone? @luxire ?


Fwiwi, I'd add fabric to the seat and rear thighs.  The wrinkling at the knees looks normal for cotton pants that one's been wearning particularly sitting or crouching.  

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Are the green cords brisbane moss?

Dugdale also... will edit my post for clarity.
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Luxire dress shirts constructed in Blue Hairline Stripes - with semi-spread collar:
 

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Luxire dress shirts constructed in Light Blue Stripes on White - with English collar

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Luxire pants constructed in:

Apple Fresco Cotton  with zip fly 

British Khaki Twill Chino 9 Oz with button fly.

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Luxire dress shirts constructed in Gingham checks

Blue Small Gingham - with English collar

Estate Blue Gingham Checks On White - with NOBD collar

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Luxire linen summer pants constructed in Linen: Burgundy Twill Pants  & Brown Cotton Linen

 

 

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My Maui Pink pique shirt after having washed and worn it three times. Somewhat disappointed, to say the least...
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Same issue happened to me two years ago with two Luxire pique shirts, Luxire solved this for me by remaking it. You should just email Luxire to solve it before posting your issues on the interweb.
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