or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Luxire Custom Clothing - Official Affiliate Thread
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Luxire Custom Clothing - Official Affiliate Thread - Page 1498

post #22456 of 24612
Quote:
Originally Posted by Swell View Post

Any of you guys experiencing slow order processing? I've put in an order on the 7th of April for a shirt in lustrous fine white, based on a pattern with small adjustments from previous order.
According to the website the fabric is in stock, and from other users in this forum I've seen really short processing times. In my user account it says that the order is unfulfilled.

Still haven't gotten my Linen Cotton Canvas pants from the Linen sale so yes, it has been slower than normal.

post #22457 of 24612






These are my test chinos, I am pretty happy with the fit but they are a little too tight on my hamstrings especially when sitting.

I have some linen reserved from the sale and I also want to make up a pair of grey wool trousers, probably in the VBC mid-grey or summer-grey.

Any fit / styling advice would be greatly appreciated. At the moment I am thinking of keeping the single reverse pleats for the linens but I can't decide between single and double pleats for the wools...
post #22458 of 24612
Quote:
Originally Posted by Don L View Post
 

Still haven't gotten my Linen Cotton Canvas pants from the Linen sale so yes, it has been slower than normal.

 

Same here.  Still waiting on my linen sale order, but had a pair of Minnis Fresco pants turned around in only two weeks.

post #22459 of 24612
Quote:
Originally Posted by New Shoes1 View Post

Same here.  Still waiting on my linen sale order, but had a pair of Minnis Fresco pants turned around in only two weeks.

Which fresco pants did you order?
post #22460 of 24612
Quote:
Originally Posted by wigglr View Post


Which fresco pants did you order?

 

Light grey.  Very happy with the result.

post #22461 of 24612

Wanted to gather some thoughts/advice:

 

do bow ties work with spread collars? if not, what collar would be recommended? 

 

going to be ordering a new shirt for my wedding coming up next month and planning to go with bow tie. usually my dress shirts are all english spread collar but I've only ever worn ties

post #22462 of 24612
Quote:
Originally Posted by New Shoes1 View Post

Light grey.  Very happy with the result.

The lightest one? How see through is it?
post #22463 of 24612
Quote:
Originally Posted by wigglr View Post


The lightest one? How see through is it?

 

Yes, the lightest one.  I can see the back pockets through the fabric.  Other than that, it's fine.  I opted for lining in the front to the knees.

post #22464 of 24612
Quote:
Originally Posted by New Shoes1 View Post
 

 

Yes, the lightest one.  I can see the back pockets through the fabric.  Other than that, it's fine.  I opted for lining in the front to the knees.

Has anyone had trousers lined only part way down the legs instead of all the way down to the knees? I'm thinking for porous fabrics like light colored fresco I'd like to have some coverage from the see-through effect, but maximize the breathability in the heat.

post #22465 of 24612
Quote:
Originally Posted by New Shoes1 View Post
 

 

Yes, the lightest one.  I can see the back pockets through the fabric.  Other than that, it's fine.  I opted for lining in the front to the knees.

Thank you - what about underwear haha? Could you see that?

post #22466 of 24612
Quote:
Originally Posted by DavidLane View Post

@luxire any chance of getting solid blue (navy) and solid white seersucker shirting?

Thanks,

DL-

I asked this (specifically solid navy) @luxire suggested that I purchase one of their existing seersuckers and have them dye it.

post #22467 of 24612
Quote:
Originally Posted by wigglr View Post


Thank you! Would you mind sharing order number of button down collar and point length/back collar height?

Thanks again!

Would you mind using the spoiler option when you quote someone else's post that has 14 photos in it and then you write one line underneath?

 

Thanks again!

post #22468 of 24612
Quote:
Originally Posted by wigglr View Post


All look fantastic! For dressier occasions go w the tan fit but for chinos go w the slimmer for in the first pic.

Only 12 photos with no spoiler this time followed by one line of text. A quantum improvement.

 

Please see my post above. 

 

Thanks.

post #22469 of 24612
Quote:
Originally Posted by bebop d View Post
 

Only 12 photos with no spoiler this time followed by one line of text. A quantum improvement.

 

Please see my post above. 

 

Thanks.

 

Sorry, man. I know it's annoying but when you're on your phone it can be difficult to spoiler. 

post #22470 of 24612
Quote:
Originally Posted by wigglr View Post

Thank you - what about underwear haha? Could you see that?

No.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Luxire Custom Clothing - Official Affiliate Thread