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post #23746 of 24619
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What is the typical turn around time on the trial pants? I ordered a pair 15 days ago and just wanted a ballpark time frame.


Just to let people know, they shipped yesterday so 15 days from order to shipping.

post #23747 of 24619
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Originally Posted by OzWino View Post

@patliean1 With your indigo chambray shirts, given you have now had them for a little while, have you seen much shrinkage over time?

To be honest I haven't seen any shrinkage. However, I also wash in cold water and hang dry them.

Just my luck...I'm currently visiting Stockholm and it just happens to be a weekend with minimal trunk shows. Can't afford BN Tailor 😡
Shoegazing Super Trunk Show was last week and Luxire's show is in two weeks
post #23748 of 24619
Good to know @patliean1, thanks. Hope you enjoy Stockholm.
post #23749 of 24619
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Originally Posted by Akoa View Post

I have three pairs of pants that I am more then happy with. I am now thinking of ordering a pair with a few cm higher waist. Is it easy to get them well fitting just by requesting that they make them higher from my previous measurement or is it risky to do that?

I have the same question.

post #23750 of 24619
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Originally Posted by patliean1 View Post


To be honest I haven't seen any shrinkage. However, I also wash in cold water and hang dry them.

Just my luck...I'm currently visiting Stockholm and it just happens to be a weekend with minimal trunk shows. Can't afford BN Tailor 😡
Shoegazing Super Trunk Show was last week and Luxire's show is in two weeks

 

Will come to your town to see you my friend, hopefully soon.

 

 

post #23751 of 24619
are there plans to add more wool rich fabrics?
post #23752 of 24619
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Originally Posted by Bruges View Post

I have the same question.

@luxire?
post #23753 of 24619
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Originally Posted by Akoa View Post


@luxire?

 

This has been discussed several times, including here. Search the thread for "increase rise".
 
The short answer I have found is to ask for the result you want, not the particlar changes, ie. instead of saying "increase front rise 5cm" or anything drastic, put in the notes that you would like the same fit but adjustments so that the overall rise is x cm higher.
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Originally Posted by OzWino View Post


@ptr1988 @wigglr did either of you solve the problem with the diagonal pull lines going to the second button? I noticed it on a new oxford cloth shirt with the same measurements as a previous shirt. Never had that occur before.

Shoulder slope for me.

post #23755 of 24619
Thread Starter 

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post #23756 of 24619
Will be ordering my fist Luxire shirt in the coming days. Is there an SF discount I should be aware of?
post #23757 of 24619
Holy crap, those EThomas fabrics!

This right here is the bomb. Just oozes luxury. It shall be mine.

post #23758 of 24619
The EThomas fabric look super soft. However I seem to be pretty hard on my trousers, so with 130's, 140's, cashmere, etc I wonder how they will wear over time?
post #23759 of 24619
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by OzWino View Post

The EThomas fabric look super soft. However I seem to be pretty hard on my trousers, so with 130's, 140's, cashmere, etc I wonder how they will wear over time?

 

That is the reason EThomas stands out to us. Their fabrics never feel filmsy. They are well constructed and can take some beating.

 

The mill was started by a British family to make sturdy fabrics that could be used in war and harsh conditions. Though they have evolved, the ethos of sturdiness has remained.

 

Another item that we are excited about a flannel made by Drago, called "Rugby flannel". It is another solid item with a great feel. We are hopeful of having them late this winter or early next.

 

As trousers have been the mainstay of our offerings, we have been hunting for fabrics that are luxurious but still strong. Have found  good options in some of the small, lesser known Italian mills like EThomas, Drago and Campore.

post #23760 of 24619
Thread Starter 

There is a subtle Blackwatch among them:

 

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