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Luxire dress shirt constructed in Blue Chambray

Consists of NOBD II collar and single button cuffs.

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Luxire pants constructed in Dark Hazel Twill Chinos

Consists of standard extended closure with front slant pockets and 1.75″ bottom cuffs.

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Luxire casual wear constructed in Grey Jersey

Consists of English collar with rear collar height 4cm, collar points 8cm, 0.5″ tie space and double button cuffs.

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New pocket square prints available now



Birds



Big Orange Polka Dots on Yellow



Venice



Orange Polka Dots on Yellow



Damn, that birds square is niiiice.
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What would you call this type of fabric? Does anyone know of a luxire version?
Thanks
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@suitntieguy Luxire thinks its this chambray - $199

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Does anyone else have problems with the creasing of Luxire's trousers? Either the creasing isn't pressed properly or there's something else making the crease fall on the inside of the leg 99 % of the time. It's quiet annoying and looks ridiculous, especially when sitting down or standing still. It's like the creasing is rotating to the inside along the leg and falls on the inside of the shoe. Is Luxire pressing the crease to much to the center starting from the hip or is it simply a fit issue that I need to address? Thanks.

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Does anyone else have problems with the creasing of Luxire's trousers? Either the creasing isn't pressed properly or there's something else making the crease fall on the inside of the leg 99 % of the time. It's quiet annoying and looks ridiculous, especially when sitting down or standing still. It's like the creasing is rotating to the inside along the leg and falls on the inside of the shoe. Is Luxire pressing the crease to much to the center starting from the hip or is it simply a fit issue that I need to address? Thanks.

 

When you widen your stance the crease moves to the right position? This is afaik caused by the trouser legs being attached in too large of an angle.

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When you widen your stance the crease moves to the right position? This is afaik caused by the trouser legs being attached in too large of an angle.

Thanks for the reponse. The crease of the left leg moves to the right and the crease of the right leg moves to the left. The creases falls inwards.

 

Have you experienced the same problem, and how did you/Luxire remedy this?

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I've gotten a few shirts from Luxire with positive results and yesterday I received my first pair of trousers. I had sent in a pair of my own to get copied, while increasing the rise a bit, and they came out great except maybe just a tad too tight in the waist, but I chalk that up to the higher rise and the very thick material I picked, especially compared to the pants I sent in to get copied. No problem though since there is more than enough material inside to let them out a bit.

The pants are in the "Maroon Molloy Plain Donegal Tweed" and they are heavy AF in the best way possible. I'm seriously considering getting a couple more pair in different colors of that heavy tweed.




No photos of mine yet but I'll be sure to get a couple after I get them back from being let out.
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I've gotten a few shirts from Luxire with positive results and yesterday I received my first pair of trousers. I had sent in a pair of my own to get copied, while increasing the rise a bit, and they came out great except maybe just a tad too tight in the waist, but I chalk that up to the higher rise and the very thick material I picked, especially compared to the pants I sent in to get copied. No problem though since there is more than enough material inside to let them out a bit.

The pants are in the "Maroon Molloy Plain Donegal Tweed" and they are heavy AF in the best way possible. I'm seriously considering getting a couple more pair in different colors of that heavy tweed.




No photos of mine yet but I'll be sure to get a couple after I get them back from being let out.


You seriously need to posted pictures of this when you get them back! I've been waiting to see real life pictures of this fabric done by Luxire for a while now. Gorgeous color and I love the speckling! 

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Yes, would like to see these made up.
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+3. I have a hard time visualizing how speckled fabrics look on a full pair of pants from just a swatch. Solid colors are much easier. 

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Seriously considering going full on country suiting 3 piece with a few of those Molloy fabrics...despite living in LA...I don't think I'd ever need to use the heater in my home.

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+3. I have a hard time visualizing how speckled fabrics look on a full pair of pants from just a swatch. Solid colors are much easier. 

I will say the speckles are definitely noticeable in person but not nearly as pronounced as they are in the photo which must have been taken really closely.

The fabrics are definitely on he rougher side of tweed; I just got a tweed suit from the current MTO offerings at Epaulet (also out for alterations...) and these Malloy tweeds make the Harris Tweed from Epaulet feel like a worsted wool. I may have a hard time pairing them with a sportcoat so they'll probably get worn most often with big thick sweaters.
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