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Sorry for the post a couple of pages back.  As a newb I got my terminology wrong so I now realize my post makes no sense.  This is what I meant:

 

I'm thinking of having a best fitting sport coat sent in for copying and I wanted to as a few questions from you more experienced gentlemen.

 

1. For the first copy I was thinking of a classic navy blazer.  Are there any fabrics in particular that you've had a good experience with?  I'm looking for something that would be 3-season/all-season wear, probably towards the dressier/more formal end of the spectrum.

 

2. Should the blazer have natural or padded shoulders?  My best fitting jacket has natural shoulders, but I'm not sure if that would look strange on a blazer.  Also, would fabric type be a factor in terms of the shoulders holding its shape?

 

3. Finally, does anyone know what type of jackets Luxire makes (fused, half-canvased, full canvased)?

 

Many thanks, and sorry for the clueless previous posting

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Has anyone ever had a pair of chambray pants made jeans-style? I live in Texas so I would like a pair of jeans to rock in the summer. I'm not a huge fan of shorts so this seemed like a good option.

 

I'm thinking this fabric

 

Made to look like this:

 

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Luxire dress pants constructed in Grey Wool Flannel

Consists of standard extended closure with button fly, side metal adjusters, front slant pockets and 2″ bottom cuffs.

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Luxire casual wear constructed in Dark Hazel Twill Chinos

Consists of jeans style closure with 2 rear pockets.

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Luxire dress shirt constructed in Lustrous Fine White

Consists of English spread collar and 2 button cuffs.

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Luxire dress shirt constructed in Business Pale Blue End On End

Consists of custom English spread collar with 3.5″ collar points and single button cuffs.

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Luxire dress shirt constructed in Lustrous Fine White

Consists of English spread collar with contrast internal collar band and 2 button cuffs.

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Luxire dress shirt constructed in Light Blue Stripes on White

Consists of English spread collar and 2 button cuffs.

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No Trick, only Treat.

 

15% off on ALL Luxire products. Use code NOTRICK . Minimum order value $300

 

20% off on ALL SHIRT ORDERS. Use code ONLYTREAT . Minimum order value $300

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No Trick, only Treat.

 

15% off on ALL Luxire products. Use code NOTRICK . Minimum order value $300

 

20% off on ALL SHIRT ORDERS. Use code ONLYTREAT . Minimum order value $300

 may I know when the code expires? 

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Originally Posted by JimmyTre View Post
 

Sorry for the post a couple of pages back.  As a newb I got my terminology wrong so I now realize my post makes no sense.  This is what I meant:

 

I'm thinking of having a best fitting sport coat sent in for copying and I wanted to as a few questions from you more experienced gentlemen.

 

1. For the first copy I was thinking of a classic navy blazer.  Are there any fabrics in particular that you've had a good experience with?  I'm looking for something that would be 3-season/all-season wear, probably towards the dressier/more formal end of the spectrum.

 

2. Should the blazer have natural or padded shoulders?  My best fitting jacket has natural shoulders, but I'm not sure if that would look strange on a blazer.  Also, would fabric type be a factor in terms of the shoulders holding its shape?

 

3. Finally, does anyone know what type of jackets Luxire makes (fused, half-canvased, full canvased)?

 

Many thanks, and sorry for the clueless previous posting


I would recommend you go with a fit coat, which is any non branded cotton, so blue would be an option. This you can dial in the details and changes from the SC you are sending in. This is what I did, and I really like the results. The shoulders were a natural soft construction with a fairly substantial shoulder pad which I asked to have reduced in the second coat. For the second one, I went with a tweed, and I made some small adjustments (1/4" here and there) to the fit of the cotton version, which fit well by the way but I wanted a few minor changes. They are full canvas, and the construction is fantastic. I am really excited to see the tweed.

 

I think if you go with a navy cotton and get the fit the way you want, sky is the limit for later iterations, in which you can do any cloth you want.

 

Good luck, DL-

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Looking for a thicker blue stripe. Good mid-to-light blue, thicker than your standard bengal stripe. Something like the below pic.

https://instagram.com/p/5Ry5LprWvF/

Any thoughts? Been digging, but haven't seen much.
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post
 

No Trick, only Treat.

 

15% off on ALL Luxire products. Use code NOTRICK . Minimum order value $300

 

20% off on ALL SHIRT ORDERS. Use code ONLYTREAT . Minimum order value $300

 

Thanks for the code. Can fabrics not listed online be ordered as an additional service?

 

Also, if we are buying an additional service for a new order, such as MOP buttons, do these count as products? I assume additional services for old orders can't be included?

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