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Anyone comment on how affordable the Fox flannels are for jackets or pants?
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Originally Posted by CBrown85 View Post

Anyone comment on how affordable the Fox flannels are for jackets or pants?

How do you mean in terms of "affordable?" Affordable as in is it good bang for the buck, or what the actual cost is?

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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?

 

When I wrote 'right' position I meant proper position. Meaning if you widen your stance, past shoulder width, does the crease now move outward? I've had this happen with my initial trousers before I had my the fork and seat reworked.

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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post

When I wrote 'right' position I meant proper position. Meaning if you widen your stance, past shoulder width, does the crease now move outward? I've had this happen with my initial trousers before I had my the fork and seat reworked.
Of course, my fault. Sorry. No, it doesn't move outward to the right position. How did you correct this issue? Did you just tell Luxire about this issue and they remedied it by reworking the fork and seat area? FWIW, I am addressing a seat issue, namely that the trousers rides up the back. I have asked Luxire to scoop out the seat (3rd time now) and increase the back rise at the crotch. Would those two things address part of the rotating crease problems?
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Just got a bunch of stuff in - love how Luxire batches orders and sends them all at once.  Luckily I have my fit dialed in!

 

Just wanted to post these Dugdale Navy Windowpane pants.  I really like this fabric and glad I jumped while they were $99.

 

 

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Originally Posted by suitntieguy View Post

What would you call this type of fabric? Does anyone know of a luxire version?
Thanks

The texture makes it look like a linen/cotton blend to me.

 

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Originally Posted by DonRaphael View Post
 

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.

I'm not positive, but I think it's caused by the angle at which the pant legs are cut relative to the shape of your legs.  Solving it requires having the two correspond well and should be diagnosable with pictures.  I'd send a few pics to Luxire.  You might ask in the Tailor's Thread too.  When you find the answer, let us know pls.  I've had this problem on rte before and have occasionally wondered about it.  

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Those of you who have emailed requests for fit alteration recommendations, roughly how long did you have to wait for a response? It's a bit over a week since I sent a request from the web form, but I'm itching to order some winter trousers before it gets cold here, and my test pant pattern needs some modification. Thanks.

 

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$99 flannel-wearers, is it plausible to wear the trousers in 5-10° British weather, or are these inappropriate unless I move to Canada?

 

 

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Originally Posted by Don L View Post
 

Just got a bunch of stuff in - love how Luxire batches orders and sends them all at once.  Luckily I have my fit dialed in!

 

Just wanted to post these Dugdale Navy Windowpane pants.  I really like this fabric and glad I jumped while they were $99.

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

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These look great. What kinds of jacket do you pair them with? I've always been wary of patterned odd trousers.


Edited by Quesjac - 11/11/15 at 3:10am
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Originally Posted by Quesjac View Post

Those of you who have emailed requests for fit alteration recommendations, roughly how long did you have to wait for a response? It's a bit over a week since I sent a request from the web form, but I'm itching to order some winter trousers before it gets cold here, and my test pant pattern needs some modification. Thanks.

 

Edit: 

 

$99 flannel-wearers, is it plausible to wear the trousers in 5-10° British weather, or are these inappropriate unless I move to Canada?

 

 

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Originally Posted by Don L View Post
 

Just got a bunch of stuff in - love how Luxire batches orders and sends them all at once.  Luckily I have my fit dialed in!

 

Just wanted to post these Dugdale Navy Windowpane pants.  I really like this fabric and glad I jumped while they were $99.

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

These look great. What kinds of jacket do you pair them with? I've always been wary of patterned odd trousers.

Mostly plan on sweaters but a camel hair jacket would work


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Originally Posted by Don L View Post
 

Just got a bunch of stuff in - love how Luxire batches orders and sends them all at once.  Luckily I have my fit dialed in!

 

Just wanted to post these Dugdale Navy Windowpane pants.  I really like this fabric and glad I jumped while they were $99.

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
 

 

 

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Is the fabric that shiny as it looks like? Or is it just in the photo? 

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Just the photo
It's a wool twill
post #20516 of 24949
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Originally Posted by Quesjac View Post
 

Those of you who have emailed requests for fit alteration recommendations, roughly how long did you have to wait for a response? It's a bit over a week since I sent a request from the web form, but I'm itching to order some winter trousers before it gets cold here, and my test pant pattern needs some modification. Thanks.

 

It usually has been a little over a week for me.

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I would like to lengthen the sleeves on my next order, but within that I would also like to lengthen/extend the actual length (vertical) of the shirt cuffs. How would I specify this without confusion? Thanks

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Originally Posted by Quesjac View Post
 

Those of you who have emailed requests for fit alteration recommendations, roughly how long did you have to wait for a response? It's a bit over a week since I sent a request from the web form, but I'm itching to order some winter trousers before it gets cold here, and my test pant pattern needs some modification. Thanks.

 

Edit: 

 

$99 flannel-wearers, is it plausible to wear the trousers in 5-10° British weather, or are these inappropriate unless I move to Canada?

 

 

These look great. What kinds of jacket do you pair them with? I've always been wary of patterned odd trousers.

 

Luxire has commented that trouser fit recommendations take longer than shirts.  More individuals are involved in analyzing the pictures to provide feedback.  My experience has been 7-10 day response times regarding trousers.

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Blue Denim Slub Chambray - real nice fabric - doesn't seem to wrinkle easily and has a great medium weight.

 

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Originally Posted by patliean1 View Post
 

I would like to lengthen the sleeves on my next order, but within that I would also like to lengthen/extend the actual length (vertical) of the shirt cuffs. How would I specify this without confusion? Thanks


I've done that to my shirts. I just asked for a longer/larger cuff and Luxire nailed it. In addition to that I asked for two buttons at the cuffs instead of one and for the edge stitching of the cuffs and collar to be 3/8" instead of the standard edge stitching (can't remember what it is).

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