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Originally Posted by WhereNext View Post

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.

Don't forget about the scratchiness of the fabric.
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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

Yup. I wouldn't go with a cutaway but standard spread works fine.
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Do luxire chinos wrinkle very easily?
post #22474 of 24669
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Originally Posted by New Shoes1 View Post


Don't forget about the scratchiness of the fabric.


I would say that, other than the "top of my thighs" region, the scratchiness of my current fresco trousers is probably fine. Anyway, if no one's done it yet:

1) I'm sure Luxire can do it (what can't they do?!) and

2) I can always try it out on a pair and see if it was brilliant or idiotic then.

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Originally Posted by WhereNext View Post


I would say that, other than the "top of my thighs" region, the scratchiness of my current fresco trousers is probably fine. Anyway, if no one's done it yet:
1) I'm sure Luxire can do it (what can't they do?!) and
2) I can always try it out on a pair and see if it was brilliant or idiotic then.

Story of my adolescent years.
post #22476 of 24669
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Originally Posted by Torzano View Post

Do luxire chinos wrinkle very easily?

Depends on the fabric. Some wrinkle more than others.
post #22477 of 24669
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post


Depends on the fabric. Some wrinkle more than others.

What chino fabrics are less prone to wrinkling?

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Originally Posted by dgraphics View Post

What chino fabrics are less prone to wrinkling?

Specifically the twill chinos. I have banana republic and brooks brothers chinos and they wrinkle so easily just from sitting in the car on the way to work. When I get out of the car they look terrible.
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Story of my adolescent years.


Pushing 40 now and still working on it....

post #22480 of 24669
Wow. Ordered some trousers April 18, and they arrived today.
post #22481 of 24669
Getting ready to place my first trouser order. Any interesting options out there that people get? Split waistband, coin pocket, etc? Are the button cuffs standard or something I would need to request? Thanks.
Edited by kali77 - 4/26/16 at 4:48pm
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The button cuff came as standard on my test chinos, as did the coin pocket. I think I requested a split waistband but this might also come as standard.
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Ok, dumb question: whats the benefit/use of a split waistband?
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It's better for alterations if needed but also my test chinos have braces buttons, as they're the test pair for all my more formal trousers, and split waistbands work better for braces ime
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Someone tried to make chinos like this? With creases? 

 

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