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post #21121 of 24683

@timotune these look quite interesting. Mind providing the details you requested for the waist band/side adjusters?

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Thread Starter 

Saw these checks being made and liked them a lot.

 

post #21123 of 24683
Has anyone had the black linen made into pants?

Is it more formal or casual?
post #21124 of 24683
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Has anyone had the black linen made into pants?

Is it more formal or casual?

That's the problem - it's a contradiction in terms by being a casual fabric in a formal colour. Plus for a summer fabric black is no use as it wears too hot.
post #21125 of 24683

I'm not currently in the market, but I've noticed Luxire lacks a white royal oxford (or at least, no hits when I searched for it). I'm surprised, as I feel like this is a common enough fabric to justify having at least one in stock at all times.

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Saw these checks being made and liked them a lot.


I like this one too.
post #21127 of 24683
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Originally Posted by skeen7908 View Post

Has anyone had the black linen made into pants?

Is it more formal or casual?

That's the problem - it's a contradiction in terms by being a casual fabric in a formal colour. Plus for a summer fabric black is no use as it wears too hot.

Have you even been to SW&D?
post #21128 of 24683

I know this has been asked a million times, but I can't seem to find a good answer.

 

If I were going to get a good non button-down collar to wear without a tie, which one would be optimal? I know NOBD and NOBD II are popular, but wasn't quite sold on them without a tie. Since they have a soft interlining, maybe non-fused with a stiffer interlining?

 

Basically, can someone sell me on a particular collar style?

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I know this has been asked a million times, but I can't seem to find a good answer.

 

If I were going to get a good non button-down collar to wear without a tie, which one would be optimal? I know NOBD and NOBD II are popular, but wasn't quite sold on them without a tie. Since they have a soft interlining, maybe non-fused with a stiffer interlining?

 

Basically, can someone sell me on a particular collar style?

 

 

I asked the same question and decided on trying a button down collar with hidden buttons. Maybe something like the Broke & Bespoke.

post #21130 of 24683
Hi
Has anyone asked Luxire to copy these kind of cuffs? It's an G Inglese shirt. The cuffs are suppost to have a better fit then normal cuffs due to the angeling of the fabric, which points inwards to tighten the cuff. Maybe this is just sartorial gimmick?..
post #21131 of 24683
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I asked the same question and decided on trying a button down collar with hidden buttons. Maybe something like the Broke & Bespoke.

I have been getting the B&B on most of my shirts and rather enjoy it. However, I would like something a little different for my business-casual environment. I suppose I was wondering if anyone often wore the nobd1, nobd2, beatlegeuse, or some other collar without a tie, and which one they like best in that regard. The hidden button-down is definitely a tempting option, but  I feel it might be a bit too aggressive for my tastes.

post #21132 of 24683
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Hi
Has anyone asked Luxire to copy these kind of cuffs? It's an G Inglese shirt.
Check out post #21120 of this thread. I assume you'll get the same answer.
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That's the problem - it's a contradiction in terms by being a casual fabric in a formal colour. Plus for a summer fabric black is no use as it wears too hot.

+1 re. Streetwear.  Plus,  Mario Rubinacci looks great in (what seems at least like) a black linen suit.

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+1 re. Streetwear.  Plus,  Mario Rubinacci looks great in (what seems at least like) a black linen suit.

Let's not derail the thread, but the fact that it takes someone like Sig. Rubinacci to even try and pull it off suggests it's not something to be entered into by just buying a pair of pants. Luxire offers a fantastic grey linen for those wanting a monochrome palette.
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+1 re. Streetwear.  Plus,  Mario Rubinacci looks great in (what seems at least like) a black linen suit.

Let's not derail the thread, but the fact that it takes someone like Sig. Rubinacci to even try and pull it off suggests it's not something to be entered into by just buying a pair of pants. Luxire offers a fantastic grey linen for those wanting a monochrome palette.

 

There is more to fashion than classic mens wear. Head over to the street wear section. Black is all they wear. Yohji Yamamoto, Rick Owens etc. pp.

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