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@radchad3 looks solid, some nitpicking:
- shirt collar could be longer, doesn't stay under lapels
- I saw the jacket pulling only after you mentioned it, not too bad. If you increase the back, double check the sleeve heads, they look at risk for divots.
- the cuff buttons on the jacket look a little high, was that by design?
- personal preference for much less break on the pants, agree on the rear
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Anyone have recommendations for a good button down collar intended to be worn with a tie? Is the standard Luxire BD good or do you find you need something with slightly more spread?

 

Thanks

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Any chance anyone sent in a pair of Howard Yount USA cut trousers in a size 32? If so could you please share the order number? It would be much appreciated.
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Originally Posted by Robstrongo View Post

Any chance anyone sent in a pair of Howard Yount USA cut trousers in a size 32? If so could you please share the order number? It would be much appreciated.
While we're here, if anyone has also sent a pair of HY Italian cut in 32 and has a reference number, that would be great too!
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Received my latest shipment which included a pair of linen jeans (Linen Cotton Canvas:Tan). Really pumped about the result. Luxire knocked it out of the park. Pictures coming soon.

Related: I have another pair of Luxire raw denim (13Oz Raw Indigo) and I really like the colour and comfort but I find they aren't fading the way some of my other raw denim has done. Anyone know if any of their other raw denim fabrics will produce higher contrast fades?
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Chaps, could I get some fit critique? I thought I was near but now I'm not too sure. My thighs and arse seem to be sorted now after a few alterations but now I'm not too sure about the rear drape. Thoughts would be greatly appreciated.




(Ignore the twerking pose in the last one!)
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Originally Posted by thebuddahman View Post

Chaps, could I get some fit critique? I thought I was near but now I'm not too sure. My thighs and arse seem to be sorted now after a few alterations but now I'm not too sure about the rear drape. Thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
 

 

At hip level, the trousers are too tight. There is a lot of pulling at the side pockets and the side is supposed to roughly run straight vertically.
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Hi this is my first luxire shirt. Its their test trial shirt. My apologies in advance for the short. My pants are at the dry cleaner. Could you guys please critique this shirt? I was thinking to decrease the armhole, but not sure how much. Increase the sleeve length by .25 or so. Maybe increase the bottom by .25. How are the shoulders? Should I decrease them. Is the chest okay? Thanks

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by ptr1988 - 5/18/16 at 12:16pm
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Originally Posted by zr3rs View Post


Thanks. Damn my voluptuous derrière! I hope going wider doesn't make me look like I'm wearing a nappy or something. Might need to slim the thigh downwards to help perhaps. My shirt is also luxire but I'm generally happy with the fit apart from the sleeve length needing to be shorter by half an inch or so.
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Originally Posted by ptr1988 View Post

Hi this is my first luxire shirt. Its their test trial shirt. My apologies in advance for the short. My pants are at the dry cleaner. Could you guys please critique this shirt? I was thinking to decrease the armhole, but not sure how much. Increase the sleeve length by .25 or so. Maybe decrease the bottom by .25. How are the shoulders? Should I decrease them. Is the chest okay? Thanks

















I would ask luxire for advice too but my recommendation is to reduce the yoke by 0.25" or 0.5" and reduce the stomach area measurement. Also add darts in the back to take up excess material. Chest could reduce by a 0.25" or so too.
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Some detail shots of my new linen jeans (Linen Cotton Canvas:Tan). Really excited about these for the hot summer weather. Luxire nailed my requests except for the fact that they do not have silver rivets available yet. I opted for no visible rivets instead of copper rivets.




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Originally Posted by ptr1988 View Post
 

Hi this is my first luxire shirt. Its their test trial shirt. My apologies in advance for the short. My pants are at the dry cleaner. Could you guys please critique this shirt? I was thinking to decrease the armhole, but not sure how much. Increase the sleeve length by .25 or so. Maybe increase the bottom by .25. How are the shoulders? Should I decrease them. Is the chest okay? Thanks

 

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A bespoke shirt is a pretty baller move for someone who only has one pair of pants. 

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A bespoke shirt is a pretty baller move for someone who only has one pair of pants. 

cool

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@ptr1988 I'm going to say that shirt actually looks pretty good on you. I might suggest wearing it for a bit to see if creasing shows up in certain spots or if it's really clear there's too much or too little room in another spot. Then go in and make those .25" or .50" tweaks as needed.
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Originally Posted by Thrifter View Post

Some detail shots of my new linen jeans (Linen Cotton Canvas:Tan). Really excited about these for the hot summer weather. Luxire nailed my requests except for the fact that they do not have silver rivets available yet. I opted for no visible rivets instead of copper rivets. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Those taped seams look great! I've been considering adding some to my pattern! Did you specify the fabric or just ask for white taped seams?

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