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post #20596 of 24683
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Originally Posted by ericgereghty View Post

I'm in on the light grays, and perhaps the brownies, depending upon final cost.

I'm also very interested in the brown flannel 0307.
post #20597 of 24683

Dark gray (0329) for me, if I'm able to afford it.

 

Something completely different, I asked luxire for more WoolRich fabrics, and I've been sent a bucketload of them.

Only grays and blues (and some patterns), so I am sure there are many, many more. They should go on the website soon, but I know you are just as impatient as I am, so here goes:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #20598 of 24683

Damn, all of these Wool Rich fabrics are to be on the Luxire website? Nice! 

post #20599 of 24683
Wow! Choices choices choices!

I'm still waiting for my first shipment from them, hopefully the fits are ok! It's being help at my local post-office with an 'Exception' notice.

I've read that a few people have had that problem - any idea how long it takes?!
post #20600 of 24683
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Something completely different, I asked luxire for more WoolRich fabrics, and I've been sent a bucketload of them.

Only grays and blues (and some patterns), so I am sure there are many, many more. They should go on the website soon, but I know you are just as impatient as I am, so here goes:

 

post #20601 of 24683
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Dark gray (0329) for me, if I'm able to afford it.

 

Me too. Depending on the price. Need to save up for your Black Friday deals.

post #20602 of 24683
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I have a question. I don't know much about fabric so it will be probably be all wrong, but hopefully understandable.

 

I usually wear shirts under knitwear (v-neck wool). Some shirts have fabric that seems like they attract lint and threads from the knitwear (think velcro). Other fabrics seems like they are made of teflon, nothing sticks to them. Any idea what kind of fabric has the more "teflon"-quality to them? :embar: 


I don't know the specifics, but it seems that some wool blends are big lint magnets.  I have some wool blend socks that are horrible.  Maybe this is the same reason why the wool rich are lint magnets?  On the other hand, a few of my cotton no-iron items don't seem to attract lint at all.  Regular cotton fabric seems to be somewhere in between.

post #20603 of 24683

Glad to hear that you are getting better, Ashish. I'm sure that you probably have to catch up on a lot of stuff, but be sure to take it easy.

post #20604 of 24683

Those wool-rich fabrics are great.  I'd be interested in some browns and greens also, maybe even a maroon or a copper.

post #20605 of 24683
I received my first luxire order, what modifications do I need to make for next time, and can a tailor fix any of the problems?

Also, why are the buttons on the shirt so large?




Also, what is this blue staining on the collar?

Edited by 1up - 11/18/15 at 5:39pm
post #20606 of 24683
Thread Starter 

Have written to the mill and we should have an answer and an offer later today/tomorrow.

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Also, what is this blue staining on the collar?

 

Tailor's ink, should go away in contact with water.

post #20608 of 24683
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post
 

Have written to the mill and we should have an answer and an offer later today/tomorrow.

Welcome back Ashish. And I am also looking forward to those flannels.

post #20609 of 24683

Someone mentioned in the cloth thread that the Minnis cloths on sale are being discontinued and that the new flannels are going to be significantly different from the current/old ones.  If that's the case, I'd definitely go for the 0300 as it's often considered the flannel cloth to have.  I think Foo went so far as having 5 pairs made.

 

1up, thick buttons are often thought to be a sign of quality as they're usually rarer and more expensive than thin ones.

post #20610 of 24683
Thanks emptym! Happy to learn.
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