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For linen hopsack ecru pants - should I get side adjustors or belt loops?
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For linen hopsack ecru pants - should I get side adjustors or belt loops?

That's a preference thing. Do you like wearing belt? Or you don't? Should answer your question.
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For my hopsack ecru pants, I will probably get Daks adjustors with belt loops to give me the option of going beltless. However, when there are belt loops showing I always feel the outfit is complete without a belt. Probably a personal preference thing.

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I always just go with 2 internal chest pockets. 6 total pockets is pretty much enough for me. biggrin.gif

 

Cruz, that Jacket looks great! My dad wants something like this. Did you get anything in a basic heavy cotton, and would you be able to tell me a ballpark price based on your experience?  

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Do you think that Daks adjusters look weird alone? I usually get side adjusters but I'm considering the daks instead, but I don't want it to look unprofessional. I'm worried that they may look like those old adjustable cargos people used to wear... but i'm likely wrong. 

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Originally Posted by Darkside View Post

For my hopsack ecru pants, I will probably get Daks adjustors with belt loops to give me the option of going beltless. However, when there are belt loops showing I always feel the outfit is complete without a belt. Probably a personal preference thing.

Side adjusters with belt loops is just plain wrong, IMO. Choose one or the other.
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Fast answer someone please!

 

 

‚ÄčIs it ok to send pants in cardboard box for replicate? I¬†don't have a poly bubble mailer but it says on¬†luxire.com that u should not use cardboard box because its more expensive, but me¬†myself pay for the shipping so it should not matter? @luxire¬†@LuxireStudio

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‚ÄčIs it ok to send pants in cardboard box for replicate? I¬†don't have a poly bubble mailer but it says on¬†luxire.com that u should not use cardboard box because its more expensive, but me¬†myself pay for the shipping so it should not matter? @luxire
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Yes, it's fine. Just that you are paying more for shipping than needed
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I have a pair of chinos with side adjusters. The trouser was a little too loose in the waist so I had the waist taken in a little bit and now it is perfect on the waist but the pockets are flaring a little bit. Seems like I can't reach a point where my trousers are staying in the place they should without pocket flaring. Can you suggest some fix?
Also the pockets are slant, not on seam, but I noticed the slant is very marginal and the pockets are almost on seam, I have a chino of a different brand and the pockets more slant, I prefer this last solution. I never owned pants with side adjusters and honeslty I thought they would help much more in adjusting the waist but in reality their help is very marginal.
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Originally Posted by Slh View Post

I have a pair of chinos with side adjusters. The trouser was a little too loose in the waist so I had the waist taken in a little bit and now it is perfect on the waist but the pockets are flaring a little bit. Seems like I can't reach a point where my trousers are staying in the place they should without pocket flaring. Can you suggest some fix?
Also the pockets are slant, not on seam, but I noticed the slant is very marginal and the pockets are almost on seam, I have a chino of a different brand and the pockets more slant, I prefer this last solution. I never owned pants with side adjusters and honeslty I thought they would help much more in adjusting the waist but in reality their help is very marginal.

Increase hip measurement to decrease pocket flare
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Originally Posted by wigglr View Post

Increase hip measurement to decrease pocket flare
I think the hip measurement is fine, if I pinch the fabric there's quite a bit of fabric. They are not tight at all.
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Originally Posted by bebop d View Post

Cruz, that Jacket looks great! My dad wants something like this.

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Did you get anything in a basic heavy cotton, and would you be able to tell me a ballpark price based on your experience?  

I don't recall the price but I had one made in Brisbane Moss Canvas and I think it's just about the ideal material. It's not too heavy but it's tough stuff and not prone to wrinkle.
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I have a pair of chinos in Brisbane Moss canvas and it's great. Soft but rugged. It feels much nicer than your typical cheapo duck canvas that #menswear brands use (not that I don't like that stuff too) while maintaining some of the same properties.
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Originally Posted by Slh View Post

I have a pair of chinos with side adjusters. The trouser was a little too loose in the waist so I had the waist taken in a little bit and now it is perfect on the waist but the pockets are flaring a little bit. Seems like I can't reach a point where my trousers are staying in the place they should without pocket flaring. Can you suggest some fix?
Also the pockets are slant, not on seam, but I noticed the slant is very marginal and the pockets are almost on seam, I have a chino of a different brand and the pockets more slant, I prefer this last solution. I never owned pants with side adjusters and honeslty I thought they would help much more in adjusting the waist but in reality their help is very marginal.


Increase hip and rise measurement.

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I'm preparing to send these trousers in to be replicated. They're easily my best fitting pair.

However, they're not perfect. There are some rumples under my backside and the pants don't hang cleanly over the back of my knees. Does anyone have any suggestions on fit adjustments I should request from Luxire?

Apologizes for the sloppy tuck job on my shirt.
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