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Nothing planned currently. Unable to think of a good theme/product-set to offer. Any ideas?


@luxire I would love to see a deal on some of the new flannel offerings from Minnis. It could be a "warm and fuzzy" deal. I would love to get a couple of pairs in the new colors I posted a week ago on here:

 

 


My thoughts anyway. Keep up the good work...DL-

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You can give chocolates for Valentine's day.

How about 20% off ANY brown chocolate/dark brown fabric?

As a happy coincidence I'm going to send an email today about brown cottons trousers smile.gif.
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@luxire
I would love to see a deal on some of the new flannel offerings from Minnis. It could be a "warm and fuzzy" deal. I would love to get a couple of pairs in the new colors I posted a week ago on here:



+1!








My thoughts anyway. Keep up the good work...DL-
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Just placed an order for shirts:
Sky blue twill
Vista blue stripes
Light blue graph checks
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I received yesterday my first order, pretty happy both for quality and the fit.

 

I have only one tiny problem, I put my collar stay and one is lost on my collar, he can move everywhere on my collar... it's the first time that something like that happens to me. Any idea, how to take it out ?

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I received yesterday my first order, pretty happy both for quality and the fit.

 

I have only one tiny problem, I put my collar stay and one is lost on my collar, he can move everywhere on my collar... it's the first time that something like that happens to me. Any idea, how to take it out ?

 

It seems it will need to be an act of patience. If you send an email with images, we can revert with a video of how we can remove the stay. You can then try the same.

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It seems it will need to be an act of patience. If you send an email with images, we can revert with a video of how we can remove the stay. You can then try the same.


Thanks you, i'll try this evening with a tweezers, otherwise i'll bring it to my tailor.

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It's usually caught in the fold of the collar stay lodging - Happens to me often on my Brooks shirts!

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Just placed an order for shirts:
Sky blue twill
Vista blue stripes
Light blue graph checks
icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

Vista blue stripes is such a great fabric. I actually need replace my current shirt in that same fabric, as it has become a wee bit tight due to recent strength training.

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Well, I finally suceed in getting the collar stay out :bigstar:

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Anybody have experience with the Minnis fresco in wheat?

 

http://luxire.com/products/minnis-fresco-wheat-plainfresco_0519

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Well, I finally suceed in getting the collar stay out bigstar%5B1%5D.gif

Good man!
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Anybody have experience with the Minnis fresco in wheat?

 

http://luxire.com/products/minnis-fresco-wheat-plainfresco_0519

 

Actually, what kind of fabric is this? Is it suitable for Spring/Summer? Looks quite similar to linen.

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Actually, what kind of fabric is this? Is it suitable for Spring/Summer? Looks quite similar to linen.

I don't have it, but fresco is one of my FAVORITE warmer weather pants. Wool with a looser weave.
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Actually, what kind of fabric is this? Is it suitable for Spring/Summer? Looks quite similar to linen.

Yes, and, in addition to what wigglr said, it holds a crease well and is quite resilient.

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