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I would not know as it is an automated process.


you don't know when the sale will end? Just trying to plan some purchases in the near future. Do you anticipate the code to be active through the end of July at least?

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I want to order some chinos. Can anyone recommend a fabric around 100$? I want a pair of blue, black and maron chinos if possible. No stretch and no shine. I have a hard time navigating on the page. I have spent an hour trying to find the right fabrics. Thank you very much in advance.
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I want to order some chinos. Can anyone recommend a fabric around 100$? I want a pair of blue, black and maron chinos if possible. No stretch and no shine. I have a hard time navigating on the page. I have spent an hour trying to find the right fabrics. Thank you very much in advance.

I would recommend searching for 'chinos' here and following up on the ones you like in this thread. In general I think people like the twills.

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Can anyone speak to the breathability of the cotton canvas fabrics. I would like an unlined jacket and pants but don't want to spend the money that won't let air pass through easily.
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I wish the new website was up in time for the sale.  I want to replace a few basic dress shirts, and what I'm looking for is painful to find.


Anyone have experience with the light blue 140s twill?  http://luxire.com/products/light-blue-twill-140-2

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Does anyone have an opinion on which off-white canvas would make up as 5-pocket pants better:

http://luxire.com/products/gov-muslin-white-canvas-54002_b
http://luxire.com/products/gov-cream-canvas-54002_101
http://luxire.com/products/gov-off-white-canvas-54002_100
http://luxire.com/products/gov-jute-brown-canvas-54002_n

@luxire any comment on which is more of a "wheat" color? Thanks a ton
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I'm actually glad the website is so difficult to navigate. A better website leads to more customers which leads to more work and slower turn around time.
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Blog is not up any more, but if I recall the outcome was positive.  Might be able to retrieve it from wayback machine.

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Finally got around to having a few pictures taken of a shirt I had Luxire make me in Navy Pique material. Never been big on polos so I thought I'd try a shirt in polo material ... which is really the same thing in hindsight.

 

 

A few more pics and some of my thoughts here.

 

 

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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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I'm actually glad the website is so difficult to navigate. A better website leads to more customers which leads to more work and slower turn around time.

That is true for a short while but then Luxire will expand and that will benefit us all in the long run.
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Blog is not up any more, but if I recall the outcome was positive.  Might be able to retrieve it from wayback machine.

 

 

Great, thanks. I found the text, thought not the images, here, in case anyone else is interested.

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Anyone have experience with the Dugdale fine worsted and/or Dugdale cape breeze for trousers? Looking at the cape for spring/summer and the fine worsted for three season wear.
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Anyone have experience with the Dugdale fine worsted and/or Dugdale cape breeze for trousers? Looking at the cape for spring/summer and the fine worsted for three season wear.

DFW is well regarded. No word on Cape.

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DFW is well regarded. No word on Cape.

Thanks EG. I was mainly interested in the DFW, may throw a couple pairs of cape in as well.
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Cheers, depending on your climate, they can probably work into winter as well, unless you run extremely cold. In Southern California, they'd probably work 10+ months of the year for me.

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Anyone have experience with the Dugdale fine worsted and/or Dugdale cape breeze for trousers? Looking at the cape for spring/summer and the fine worsted for three season wear.


+1 On the DFW. Well worth the price tag IMO and my light gray pair have been a workhorse. Amazing drape.

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