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These look great. What fabric is in the bottom middle? Might need to get something like that for fall.
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This looks better to me, so I'd guess fork width could help with the issue. What did luxire recommend?
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Thank you for your input. I attach new photos. Any thouhts?
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These look great. What fabric is in the bottom middle? Might need to get something like that for fall.

Cheers, it's the Dark Indigo Denim Chambray with a heavy wash: http://custom.luxire.com/products/navy-denim-chambray

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^ thanks! I'm going to steal this photo and ask Luxire to replicate that wash when I place my order if that's OO with you.
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^ thanks! I'm going to steal this photo and ask Luxire to replicate that wash when I place my order if that's OO with you.

Of course, go ahead! I like if I can "inspire" someone ;)

post #19491 of 19497
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This looks better to me, so I'd guess fork width could help with the issue. What did luxire recommend?

Still waiting for a reply from Luxire. Will keep you posted. 

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^ thanks! I'm going to steal this photo and ask Luxire to replicate that wash when I place my order if that's OO with you.

Wearing mine today too in a similar wash. turned out great.

post #19493 of 19497
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Cheers, it's the Dark Indigo Denim Chambray with a heavy wash: http://custom.luxire.com/products/navy-denim-chambray

 

These are really awesome shirts!

 

Could I also ask which collar you have on the Denim shirt? I really like the curve.

 

I am waiting for a shirt in the same material from Luxire, apparently they had a bit of a supply shortage. 

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@Anden

Which tailor do you use? (I think I read somewhere that you were from Malmo)

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These are really awesome shirts!

 

Could I also ask which collar you have on the Denim shirt? I really like the curve.

 

I am waiting for a shirt in the same material from Luxire, apparently they had a bit of a supply shortage. 


Thank you! It's #21 respectively row 22 of the collar sheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_kcKAw6bm3PEc6azQX-tYoWBuxmWCSCaBRVwImUgwJo/edit#gid=0

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Luxire dress pants constructed in Dugdale Mocklino Hopsack: Navy

Consists of standard extended closure and 1.5″ bottom cuffs.

These are mine.  I took them on the road this week.  Very cool in 95f + Temps.  There is a slight sundress issue with standing in front of a bright light source but its well worth it for me to have pants that look very serious but can be worn in the hot summer.

 

What I would change:

Add canvas in the waistband.

A few tweaks to my size.

Deeper pockets.

Longer pocket openings.

longer zipper.

Metal zipper (not sure if Luxire will do this for customers or not).

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Luxire dress pants constructed in Dugdale Mocklino Hopsack: Navy

Consists of standard extended closure and 1.5″ bottom cuffs.

These are mine.  I took them on the road this week.  Very cool in 95f + Temps.  There is a slight sundress issue with standing in front of a bright light source but its well worth it for me to have pants that look very serious but can be worn in the hot summer.

 

What I would change:

Add canvas in the waistband.

A few tweaks to my size.

Deeper pockets.

Longer pocket openings.

longer zipper.

Metal zipper (not sure if Luxire will do this for customers or not).

 

I had the same issue, my pockets and pleats are offset by 3cm from the waistband via bar tacks and on some trousers the pocket openings were too small for my giant hands. In my latest pattern iteration the pocket opening is 16cm which works very well.

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