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Not my place to answer, but I have a business, 4kids, etc... Don't have time to launder/iron myself.

 

In before the inevitable response about how it only takes 1 minute per shirt, which is quicker than driving to and from the dry cleaners. 

 

I'm with you, I send my shirts to the cleaners and my Luxire pattern accounts for some shrinkage due to the cleaners.  I'm just trying to preempt the usual debate that flows from the shock that SF members would actually take bespoke shirts to the cleaners.

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Originally Posted by New Shoes1 View Post

In before the inevitable response about how it only takes 1 minute per shirt, which is quicker than driving to and from the dry cleaners. 

I'm with you, I send my shirts to the cleaners and my Luxire pattern accounts for some shrinkage due to the cleaners.  I'm just trying to preempt the usual debate that flows from the shock that SF members would actually take bespoke shirts to the cleaners.

Ha.. It's always something. Everyone has different situations and priorities. To be honest I'm on the deck drinking bourbon and hanging out with my wife. Could I be washing my shirts? Sure, but I'd rather be on the deck. I enjoy nice clothes and the different takes on fashion. I would hope that's why we are all here.
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Originally Posted by kali77 View Post

Ha.. It's always something. Everyone has different situations and priorities. To be honest I'm on the deck drinking bourbon and hanging out with my wife. Could I be washing my shirts? Sure, but I'd rather be on the deck. I enjoy nice clothes and the different takes on fashion. I would hope that's why we are all here.

I am with you on that.
My cleaners offers hand wash and they also iron by hand with some extra charge. They do a great job and the time it saves me is more than worth the extra money
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My cleaner comes to my office and picks up my stuff and then drops it back off when it's ready. Don't even have to get up off my ass to get my clothes cleaned. smile.gif
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I launder myself, then send them out for pressing / ironing. That's the part I find hardest to achieve a high standard at.
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I wear clothes a few days until they get dirty, throw them away and clip the tags off a new one. Anything else causes me existential ennui.
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Sky Blue Linen Cotton
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Sky Blue Linen Cotton

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What collar is that sir? Thanks

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What collar is that sir? Thanks

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Just got my pants and 3 socks in the mail. The customs paper says value of each pair of socks is $50 X 3 pairs = $150. Pants valued at $150. So total is $300. Am I going to get a bill from fedex for customs duties?
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Just got my pants and 3 socks in the mail. The customs paper says value of each pair of socks is $50 X 3 pairs = $150. Pants valued at $150. So total is $300. Am I going to get a bill from fedex for customs duties?

If you're in the US you shouldn't. Recent law passed - you should be duty free up to 800.

 

https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/national-media-release/2016-03-11-000000/de-minimis-value-increases-800

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If you're in the US you shouldn't. Recent law passed - you should be duty free up to 800.

https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/national-media-release/2016-03-11-000000/de-minimis-value-increases-800

Thanks. What's strange is that I just got a bill from fedex for items delivered by a different merchant where the value on the form was $320.
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Recently got this dress shirt from luxuire. How's the fit?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Can anyone recommend the best Luxire fabrics for summer pants? It feels like 100°C in NYC right now, I refuse to wear shorts.

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Can anyone recommend the best Luxire fabrics for summer pants? It feels like 100°C in NYC right now, I refuse to wear shorts.

Dress or more casual?


On the more casual side, the natural ecru linen hopsack is really nice. It's a little heavier than most linens, so probably not 100F material, but what is really?
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