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Originally Posted by Don L View Post
 

I really like the Brembana Oxford Fabrics.  Search for Brembana in the search box to see the options.  I also just got the Warzone Plus Oxford and love that fabric as well.

 

Has anyone ordered the Warzone White Oxford and the Warzone Plus White Oxford? Any thoughts on the differences between them?

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@luxire  could you please update us on the status of the Minnis flannel preorders? How many orders do you have and for which colors?

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@luxire  could you please update us on the status of the Minnis flannel preorders? How many orders do you have and for which colors?

 

We have 7 orders in the Fawn and one in the Light Fawn.

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We have 7 orders in the Fawn and one in the Light Fawn.


Thanks! 8 more orders in Fawn, folks, and we can make this happen.

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Thread Starter 

As promised, here is the trial result of the eBespoke jacket.

 

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As promised, here is the trial result of the eBespoke jacket.






It looks promising. Do you have any pictures taken from behind?
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Very nice. Will there be options to adjust the lapel and maybe even to have soft shoulders with shirring?

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Looks good. I'd love to see luxire experiment more with soft shoulders, as well.
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I require your help, gentlemen. I'm about to place an order with Luxire for a white shirt. It will be worn with a midnight blue classic Corneliani suit and black bow tie. I'd like a shirt fabric that isn't transparent, wears cool and looks luxurious. I've found the following fabrics, but since I'm not familiar with the different definitions, I'm in no position to decide which is best for such an occassion. Here are the fabrics:

1. Albini Plain White: http://luxire.com/products/albini-plain-white-albini_np_silver_fl34403_1_290
2. Albini Plain Fine White (does "Fine" indiciate that it's finer vowen?): http://luxire.com/products/albini-plain-fine-white-albini_np_st_james_fl34766_1_310
3. Albini Plain White 100/2 (what does 100/2 mean?): http://luxire.com/products/albini-plain-white-albini_np_st_james_fl34766_1_310
4. Albini Plain White Lustrous: http://luxire.com/products/albini-plain-white-lustrous-albini_np_piquet100_fl54011_1_420
5. Albini Plain Ultra Fine White: http://luxire.com/products/albini-plain-ultra-fine-white-albini_np_piumino_fl51267_1_420
6: Grandi & Rubinelli White Poplin: http://luxire.com/products/grandi_afrodite_b_06577_09051_white_poplin
7. Grandi & Rubinelli Fine White Plain White: http://luxire.com/products/grandi_cam2000_b_02836_09188_fine_white_plain_weave

What should I choose? It's rather urgent, as I need to place the order asap. Thank you.
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Something about that description makes me think royal oxford. Not sure if you'd be into that.@DonRaphael
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Something about that description makes me think royal oxford. Not sure if you'd be into that.@DonRaphael
Thank you foror i.e. input. I've always thought that Oxford fabric wasn't formal enough (for this kind of rig). Am I wrong? Do you have a link to what fabric on the Luxire website you had in mind? Thanks again, I appreciate it.
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Looks good. I'd love to see luxire experiment more with soft shoulders, as well.

+1 The shoulders on this jacket look very rigid, was that by request? I'm interested to see some natural
shoulder examples.
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@DonRaphael  

One trick with the Luxire website is that you can often figure out the mill's name for the fabric from the URL. For example from  http://luxire.com/products/albini-plain-fine-white-albini_np_st_james_fl34766_1_310 you can tell that it's the St. James, which leads you to http://www.albinigroup.com/en/brands/thomas-mason/product-families/st-james

 

In general with white fabrics you're going to have to compromise between opacity and wearing cool. Which is more important to you? A poplin like the St James will, compared to other weaves, will generally wear cooler but be more transparent and more prone to wrinkling. Twill and royal oxford can be good choices but be aware that some of these fabrics may have a slight sheen to them, which IMO can be a good thing for a formal shirt but isn't everyone's cup of tea.


Edited by breakaway01 - 7/28/16 at 9:02am
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Royal oxford, not oxford. I'm not suggesting this particular fabric, but something along these lines: http://luxire.com/products/lelan-cotton-royal-white-oxford-ss_rz_5396
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Where do you need to enter the neck measurement??

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