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Received two shirts (with the NOBD collar) and two pairs of trousers yesterday. Really fantastic from Luxire yet again.

One question for fellow Chocolate Brown Duck Canvas-wearers. Have you managed to get it to take a crease? It seems quite thick and I've bought it for semi-formal office wear. My other pants were the navy wool rich, which are lovely.
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Luxire dress pants constructed in Vitale Barberis Canonico - Prunnelle 110s Grey Twill

Consists of standard extended closure with front slant pockets, 1.5″ bottom cuffs and 2 rear pockets with buttons.

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Luxire dress pants constructed in Vitale Barberis Canonico - Flannels Blue

Consists of standard extended closure with on seam front pockets, 1.5″ bottom cuffs and 2 rear pockets.

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Luxire dress shirt constructed in  White Poplin 100/2

Consists of NOBD II collar and single button cuffs.

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I am thinking about asking Luxure to commission one of those fashionable oversized scarves - but made out of moleskin.  Anyone have any thoughts about this? I've never actually seen anyone make a scarf out of moleskin, but it seems it would be the perfect fabric - washable, soft and warm?   Especially as compared to something like cashmere or alpaca? 

 

@luxire would this be possible? I think you were experimenting with 'washed' moleskin before, how did that turn out?

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I think it might look like you're wearing a pant around your neck.
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Luxire dress pants constructed in Dark Copper Chino

Consists of extra long extended closure with button fly, front slant pocket and 2 rear pockets with buttons.

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I need me one of those 'extra long extended closures'.

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Originally Posted by thebuddahman View Post
My other pants were the navy wool rich, which are lovely.

 

How do the navy wool rich pants feel and drape? I ordered a pair couple weeks ago. Thanks

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Originally Posted by LuxireStudio View Post

 

Luxire dress shirt constructed in  White Poplin 100/2

Consists of NOBD II collar and single button cuffs.

 

Nice! I'm pretty sure that shirt is mine. Can't wait for the rest of my order

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The BD collar in action.
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Originally Posted by patliean1 View Post

How do the navy wool rich pants feel and drape? I ordered a pair couple weeks ago. Thanks

On first impressions they seem to drape well. I've had 1.5" cuffs which helps. They are a nice rich navy and I would say there's a little sheen to them. They look like a perfect work trouser. Great that they can be machine washed. Hope that helps? I will try and snap a pic when I wear them for the first time. I went for a simple look with no belt loops, no coin pocket, buttons for braces and a cuff slightly lower at the rear.
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@luxire any chance you could get a darker grey/charcoal in the wool rich pants? I have the light grey and navy and I'm convinced these are the ultimate work pants. 

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@luxire any chance you could get a darker grey/charcoal in the wool rich pants? I have the light grey and navy and I'm convinced these are the ultimate work pants. 

@luxire I second this request. This fabric in a nice mid-grey color would be perfect. And while you're at it, how about a nice light-mid brown color?

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Anybody ever try a bathrobe? My wife has a terrible one that's falling apart and thought it might be a nice gift idea.

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