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post #23116 of 24612

Definitely a thicker interlining/fusing and/or a thicker fabric.

 

I've experienced those same wrinkles on my Luxurious Fine White, but not on any of my oxfords.

post #23117 of 24612
Yup it's too soft. Is there any fusing? I request medium fusing in mine...(from today)



Blue Vista Stripes w/ NOBDII collar.
post #23118 of 24612
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I may be shot for saying this, but, loomstate is nothing but "as it comes out of the loom". That is woven and no post weaving processing. Which is not much different than raw.

Can be woven with dyed yarns or undyed yarns or mix. The one in the image is visibly undyed yarn.

Had recently seen heavy undyed denim, made on an old solitary wooden shuttle loom. Looked very appealing.

We bought a little and dyed them in the military green color for a particular project.  Let me try and share an image.

There is so much interesting stuff people around us do. Small entrepreneurs doing what they love to do. The challenge is often of packaging it and bring it to market. These posts are inspirations.

Great explanation. In my limited experience, loomstate denim has more texture and visual interest. The tradeoff is variability in shrinkage, which I would try to control by asking luxire for a wash. Sometimes these are referred to as "one wash."

The picture is sanforized, not loomstate, which would still be a fine option. Main priority is lightweight, and natural color.

Luxire, thanks for looking, will send in jeans to replicate when you source.
post #23119 of 24612

Shipping from Luxire to Europe only takes 2 days, but costs $25. I would prefer they offered a cheaper shipping option, there's no need to receive my shirt in 48 hours.

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Better images of the socks.

 

 

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Shipping from Luxire to Europe only takes 2 days, but costs $25. I would prefer they offered a cheaper shipping option, there's no need to receive my shirt in 48 hours.

I agree! And free shipping over a certain amount.
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Thread Starter 

The Luxire Summer Sale is here. 20% off on all orders above $300. Use code THESUMMERSALE

 

Valid on everything on the website, except gift-cards.

 

 

 

Cannot be applied to older orders
Orders can be placed now and details provided later
Cannot be combined with any other offers
post #23123 of 24612

Yahoo!!!

post #23124 of 24612
great, thank you! For how long will the sale run?
post #23125 of 24612
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great, thank you! For how long will the sale run?

I would not know as it is an automated process.

post #23126 of 24612
Thread Starter 

The sale is excellent for planning for autumn and winter. Overcoats, peacoats, flannels and other cozy stuff.

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great, thank you! For how long will the sale run?

I would not know as it is an automated process.

 

Hahahaha WHAT

 

this is the most bizarre answer I think I've seen so far in this thread

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Hahahaha WHAT

 

this is the most bizarre answer I think I've seen so far in this thread

 

:)

 

These days, there are tools for almost everything. This tool we use allows us to set some parameters and run a promotion. We are using it for the first time.

 

But yes, if it behaves erratically, we can pull the plug on it at any time.

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well I, for one, welcome our new robot overlords

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Does anyone have thoughts on making a shirt from cotton pique? I read a feature on a few from Kamakura, Brooks, etc. and they look interesting, though I wonder if the a polo shirt / popover placket doesn't make more sense. Any opinions?

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