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post #21541 of 24692
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Originally Posted by wigglr View Post

Anybody have experience with the Minnis fresco in wheat?

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

The wheat is a great color. Here is the light grey Minnis fresco from Luxire. Minnis fresco is a great warm weather trouser fabric.
post #21542 of 24692
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Originally Posted by thebuddahman View Post

Just placed an order for shirts:
Sky blue twill
Vista blue stripes
Light blue graph checks
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Sounds great. Mind giving your opinions of the first two when they arrive? I'm planning a grey and a blue shirt for my next order, and deciding on fabrics and options is half the fun.

post #21543 of 24692
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

The wheat is a great color. Here is the light grey Minnis fresco from Luxire. Minnis fresco is a great warm weather trouser fabric.

Really appreciate you showing me! Absolutely perfect fit there as usual!
post #21544 of 24692
@Murlsquirl Those look fantastic. Did send in pants to get duplicated? Measure a pair you liked and make a few adjustments? Just measure yourself? Use a wizard proficient in the Dark Arts to dial in your fit?
post #21545 of 24692
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Originally Posted by wigglr View Post

Really appreciate you showing me! Absolutely perfect fit there as usual!


You're very welcome and thank you.
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Originally Posted by CaptainTohm View Post

@Murlsquirl Those look fantastic. Did send in pants to get duplicated? Measure a pair you liked and make a few adjustments? Just measure yourself? Use a wizard proficient in the Dark Arts to dial in your fit?

Thanks man. I sent in a pair for replication.
post #21546 of 24692

@Murlsquirl those are glorious. A touch more break than I'd prefer, but clearly that's a matter of preference...the fit is phenomenal. 

 

Bravo @luxire on the work.

post #21547 of 24692
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Originally Posted by ericgereghty View Post

@Murlsquirl
 those are glorious. A touch more break than I'd prefer, but clearly that's a matter of preference...the fit is phenomenal. 

Bravo @luxire
 on the work.

Thanks dude...a touch more break than normal for me, but I'm definitely not a no break guy.
post #21548 of 24692
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Thanks dude...a touch more break than normal for me, but I'm definitely not a no break guy.

I'm in the same boat. Ive found that the no break look works for the perfectly crisp, first thing in the morning robo pose, but when you actually have to live and function in them, problems (namely significant ankle exposure) arise.
post #21549 of 24692
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Originally Posted by wigglr View Post

Anybody have experience with the Minnis fresco in wheat?

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

I have a whole suit in the Sand: http://luxire.com/products/minnis-fresco-sand-plainfresco_0549

Very great Gatsby-ish in colour. And very cool to wear. Good for suit separates too, particularly if you get blazer side pockets on the jacket
post #21550 of 24692
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Originally Posted by Quesjac View Post

Sounds great. Mind giving your opinions of the first two when they arrive? I'm planning a grey and a blue shirt for my next order, and deciding on fabrics and options is half the fun.
Will do my good Sir.
post #21551 of 24692

i haven't ordered from Luxire for a few months.. but, when did they start adding tax on to the orders?

post #21552 of 24692
I've noticed the yoke on my luxire shirts is lower toward the middle of my shoulders than on my non-luxire shirts that seem to fit better in the back.

How does the position of the yoke affect the fit in the back and shoulders?

How much fabric does side pleats add to the back of a shirt? Is this something that people here adjust?

Trying to add room to the back of my shirts so I can move without having sloppy shoulders and a baggy chest.

Any help is appreciated.
post #21553 of 24692

Does anyone have pictures of their trousers in (1) Dugdale fine worsted racing green or (2) VCB Summer Wool Mohair?

post #21554 of 24692

In case anyone is counting ... +1 on the valentine's day sale :nodding:

post #21555 of 24692

I really wish Minnis made the sand color in the high-twist, 8/9 oz fresco.  Would love heathered oatmeal-colored travel pants in fresco or the Luxire wool-rich.

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