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post #2056 of 12471
^They can; considering getting one as Romp's popovers don't fit me T_T
post #2057 of 12471
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Originally Posted by manchambo View Post

 

 

It's not worth it to send three shirts?  I think you need to recognize that you're getting a tremendous discount on the shirts, and some added shipping costs may be incurred. Surely we are all aware that we can walk into a number of stores or tailors and have some nice shirts made, but it will cost 2-3 times more than these shirts. If you did that you would be able to walk back in with it to get corrections. You're getting a good deal based on it being made in India, so it will have to be returned to India for corrections.

 

I would point out as well that my experience, when I wanted cuffs re-sized, was quite different. I sent the shirt to NJ, which cost maybe $5. Then they returned it with my next order so I didn't pay for return shipping. I suppose it may have been a different situation because I was also sending a shirt for replication, and ordering another one.


You can sent the shirts to their office in NJ?

post #2058 of 12471
Are Navy Twill Chino and Copper Chino practically the same fabric but with different color?
post #2059 of 12471
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Originally Posted by nkhuong View Post


You can sent the shirts to their office in NJ?

That's where you're supposed to send a shirt for replication. http://luxire.com/pages/replicate-existing-shirt
post #2060 of 12471
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Tommi View Post

Are Navy Twill Chino and Copper Chino practically the same fabric but with different color?


The copper chino is a much heavier fabric than the navy twill.

post #2061 of 12471
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post #2062 of 12471
Do you have any khaki chino fabrics that are a lighter color and weight than the copper chino, but in the same price range?
post #2063 of 12471
Thread Starter 

Another classic Oxford added: Grey

 

post #2064 of 12471
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by chuckb View Post

Do you have any khaki chino fabrics that are a lighter color and weight than the copper chino, but in the same price range?

 

Added drab khaki chino

 

post #2065 of 12471

Luxire: Will you get an oxford cloth in ecru/cream like the one below?

 

And secondly, I'm wondering about getting a dress shirt in the pale blue poplin cloth, but I now see that you have two different ones; the 100/2 and the 140/2. Do you think the difference will be noticeable? And in addition to that, will it tougher to smoothe out the 140 while ironing?

 

Below the BB OCBD in ecru:

post #2066 of 12471
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Originally Posted by Xtra View Post

Luxire: Will you get an oxford cloth in ecru/cream like the one below?

 

And secondly, I'm wondering about getting a dress shirt in the pale blue poplin cloth, but I now see that you have two different ones; the 100/2 and the 140/2. Do you think the difference will be noticeable? And in addition to that, will it tougher to smoothe out the 140 while ironing?

 

Below the BB OCBD in ecru:

 

We have a couple of options. Will add in a day or two.

post #2067 of 12471

I've been looking for the same thing actually. Will be anxious to see what new oxford they put up on the website.

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Originally Posted by Xtra View Post

Luxire: Will you get an oxford cloth in ecru/cream like the one below?

 

And secondly, I'm wondering about getting a dress shirt in the pale blue poplin cloth, but I now see that you have two different ones; the 100/2 and the 140/2. Do you think the difference will be noticeable? And in addition to that, will it tougher to smoothe out the 140 while ironing?

 

Below the BB OCBD in ecru:

post #2068 of 12471
Just ordered my first Chino from Luxire.
I went for the copper-chino fabric, just couldn't get myself to get a more expensive fabric for my "trial-pants".
I made a spreadsheet with measuerements of four of my pants and took the average measurements (plus some minor alterations, of course). Also sent them a bunch of pictures with my detailed wishes...
Hope I do not annoy Luxire too much ;-)
post #2069 of 12471
Thats also what I did and it worked out very well. Best fitting pants I've had in my lifetime. you shouldn't be disappointed .
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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

Just ordered my first Chino from Luxire.
I went for the copper-chino fabric, just couldn't get myself to get a more expensive fabric for my "trial-pants".
I made a spreadsheet with measuerements of four of my pants and took the average measurements (plus some minor alterations, of course). Also sent them a bunch of pictures with my detailed wishes...
Hope I do not annoy Luxire too much ;-)
post #2070 of 12471
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Originally Posted by joewmoss View Post

Thats also what I did and it worked out very well. Best fitting pants I've had in my lifetime. you shouldn't be disappointed .
Good to hear!
If it works out, I will get a lot of pants made :-)
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