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Luxire Custom Clothing - Official Affiliate Thread - Page 1482post #22216 of 251744/1/16 at 8:38pmpost #22217 of 251744/1/16 at 8:42pmQuote:
It's more like.. what can't you adjust? You're limited by PC's offerings, tbh. Also, Luxire's turn around time is faster, and I've been more impressed by less expensive fabrics from Luxire than similarly priced fabrics from PC.
To each his own in the end. Just my preference.post #22218 of 251744/2/16 at 6:45ampost #22219 of 251744/2/16 at 10:00ampost #22220 of 251744/2/16 at 5:18pmQuote:
Weird. I've washed mine about 6 times now (hand wash setting with Woolite Dark) and have seen none of that happen to minepost #22221 of 251744/2/16 at 9:44pmQuote:Originally Posted by patliean1
When requesting to decrease the yoke/upper back measurement, does Luxire automatically compensate and adjust the sleeve length accordingly? I'm considering a smaller yoke for my next short order but I still want my sleeve length to fall exactly where they currently do.
IE: Decrease yoke by 0.5", but increase sleeves by 0.5" (technically 0.25" for each arm)
I would probably include both measurements - just to be sure. I recently ordered a shirt with slightly shorter sleeves and noticed the yoke was about 2cm narrower - but the end of the sleeve was in the right place. Which perplexed me.post #22222 of 251744/2/16 at 10:40pmThread Starter
Would like to share some good news:
Had the pleasure of visiting the Appenzell facilities of Alumo on Friday and we agreed to work together in bringing you the best of shirt fabrics and our masterful workmanship.
Alumo needs no introduction. The fabrics are truly impressive and made with extreme respect for the environment.
We have bought a few items that will be stocked with us. They should be available next week onwards. Among them is their famed University Striped Oxford in blue.
Later this year, we will also be offering their cotton-wool and cotton-cashmere options as well.post #22223 of 251744/3/16 at 1:13amQuote:
That was me. I'm happy I just bought one, because I can't really use it in public. It's still a super comfy shirt, though, so I wear it alot at home.post #22224 of 251744/3/16 at 3:04amQuote:
It's such a shame. My blue one is less worn and washed so perhaps I will try a different approach to washing this time.post #22225 of 251744/3/16 at 6:16amQuote:
I feel like this would answer all my issues. I sent Luxire a custom pair of pants for remake. I am now on my fourth iteration of a Luxire pant and still having big issues in te seat where I believe my pants sent in fit great. If they did not measure the shape then that may have led to this issue. Did this question ever get answered about pant remakes?post #22226 of 251744/3/16 at 6:45amQuote:Originally Posted by moopband
I feel like this would answer all my issues. I sent Luxire a custom pair of pants for remake. I am now on my fourth iteration of a Luxire pant and still having big issues in te seat where I believe my pants sent in fit great. If they did not measure the shape then that may have led to this issue. Did this question ever get answered about pant remakes?
It would be nice, if Luxire could answer this question in this thread.post #22227 of 251744/3/16 at 7:07ampost #22228 of 251744/3/16 at 7:13am
I will have to break a lance for the luxire flannels it seems. I have four flannel shirts and am more than happy with all of them. I just wore the tan brown tattersall flannel and I don't think I've noticed a change in texture. It is flannel after all.
I took a quick picture, all of these shirts have been washed numerous times, the tan one I know for a fact was washed at least 5 times. I wash all my shirts at 30°C in a decent Miele machine though I use generic detergent.
From left to right:
Glen plaid Flannel and Apple Fresco after wearing it for a day.
If there is one complaint I have to say, that sometimes the button holes on the shirts are too large for the thin MOP buttons, and they easily slide out. Though this wears off after a couple of washes, from experience.
Recently Luxire created a pair of Ghurka Trousers fo me from their Coffee Brown Cotton Tweed. As always I'm very very happy.post #22229 of 251744/3/16 at 7:13ampost #22230 of 251744/3/16 at 8:07pm
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