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post #2581 of 13773
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Announcement:

There has been a change to our quality policy from today:

 

There have been strong debates on our quality policy in events where we have made an error.

Based on feedback received, we will now allow the customer to send back any item with any error made by Luxire to our NJ office instead of sending to India (US/Canada customers). Europe customers can ask for a return shipping label at a nominal cost. From other countries, the item should be shipped to India.

 

These customers will also not be required to pay for return shipping. We will make the required change and ship the item back to the customer. We pay for shipping.

 

But, for changes to items made to specification, the customer will  need to ship it to India and pay return shipping. We will also levy a small charge for the alteration, based on the changes required.

If there are Luxire errors AND if the customer requires changes to aspects that were made correctly, the customer will need to ship to India and pay return shipping. The changes will be free.
 

We still think that the older policy was better, but, we think the current one is fair too.

 

Will look forward to your feedback.

post #2582 of 13773
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

can anyone comment on the lightweight pant fabrics? looking for a well priced cotton that's good for the summer

 

I have the Navy Summer Light Chinos and love them. Not as summery as linen obviously, but I can't imagine cotton pants being much lighter than these. I believe they are the lightest weight cotton pants Luxire offers. I asked Theresa about some other light weight chinos they have and I think she said they're all around 200 grams (whereas these are 160 grams). Really wish they would add more colors in that summer light material as I'd love another pair or two.

post #2583 of 13773
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post

Announcement:
There has been a change to our quality policy from today:

There have been strong debates on our quality policy in events where we have made an error.
Based on feedback received, we will now allow the customer to send back any item with any error made by Luxire to our NJ office instead of sending to India (US/Canada customers). Europe customers can ask for a return shipping label at a nominal cost. From other countries, the item should be shipped to India.

These customers will also not be required to pay for return shipping. We will make the required change and ship the item back to the customer. We pay for shipping.

But, for changes to items made to specification, the customer will  need to ship it to India and pay return shipping. We will also levy a small charge for the alteration, based on the changes required.
If there are Luxire errors AND if the customer requires changes to aspects that were made correctly, the customer will need to ship to India and pay return shipping. The changes will be free.

 
We still think that the older policy was better, but, we think the current one is fair too.

Will look forward to your feedback.

I believe this makes much more sense. If we screw up, we pay for the change. If you screw up, you pay for the change. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #2584 of 13773
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Originally Posted by scrolls View Post

I have the Navy Summer Light Chinos and love them. Not as summery as linen obviously, but I can't imagine cotton pants being much lighter than these. I believe they are the lightest weight cotton pants Luxire offers. I asked Theresa about some other light weight chinos they have and I think she said they're all around 200 grams (whereas these are 160 grams). Really wish they would add more colors in that summer light material as I'd love another pair or two.

How is the creasing on this fabric?
post #2585 of 13773
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Originally Posted by scrolls View Post

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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

can anyone comment on the lightweight pant fabrics? looking for a well priced cotton that's good for the summer

 

I have the Navy Summer Light Chinos and love them. Not as summery as linen obviously, but I can't imagine cotton pants being much lighter than these. I believe they are the lightest weight cotton pants Luxire offers. I asked Theresa about some other light weight chinos they have and I think she said they're all around 200 grams (whereas these are 160 grams). Really wish they would add more colors in that summer light material as I'd love another pair or two.

 

My first pair of pants was in this fabric. Nice fabric and great for the heat, but I was unhappy with the lining on this pair, although this was before they switched to finer linings. I'd certainly order it again. or any sister fabrics in other colours for summer use.

post #2586 of 13773
Why India? The shirts are made there?
post #2587 of 13773
Aren't all garments made in Bangalore?
post #2588 of 13773
How do you guys load old measurements?
post #2589 of 13773
Are you planning to offer shorts soon from the chinos fabrics? I am sure it's possible to place a custom order for shorts, but would be nice if you would offer it by standard.
post #2590 of 13773
why don't you just order the pants with the inseam of the shorts
post #2591 of 13773
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Originally Posted by wqvong View Post

How do you guys load old measurements?

just reference the order number of the measurements you want

post #2592 of 13773
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Originally Posted by wqvong View Post

How do you guys load old measurements?

What I've found useful is to put all the parameters into a spreadsheet in Excel, and keep track of each order as I go along. Allows me to help fine tun them. You could just copy and paste it into the note when you're done.
post #2593 of 13773
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Originally Posted by Rankiz View Post

Are you planning to offer shorts soon from the chinos fabrics? I am sure it's possible to place a custom order for shorts, but would be nice if you would offer it by standard.

Thoughts on ordering a pair of jorts with me?
post #2594 of 13773
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

Why India? The shirts are made there?

 

Yes.

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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

Aren't all garments made in Bangalore?

Yes, in our own facility, made by our own employees. Not outsourced.

 

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Originally Posted by Rankiz View Post

Are you planning to offer shorts soon from the chinos fabrics? I am sure it's possible to place a custom order for shorts, but would be nice if you would offer it by standard.

 

The pants screen can be used for ordering shorts as well.

post #2595 of 13773
Ok, I am looking for a chambray fabric:
I got swatches for the following:
Sky Blue Summer Chambray
Blue Summer Chambray
Easy-to-Iron Blue Chambray

Tbh, I only find the Easy to Iron one appealing, but I am turned off by Easy to Iron.
Is there a comparable fabric?
Or is the Easy to Iron not as bad as I make it out to be?

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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

got my two pieces - a shirt and a pair of pants. shirt is great, very close to being perfect, with an EXCELLENT collar roll. only thing I need to change for the next order is to slim down the sleeves a little, and take the chest in a tad. unfortunately the pants I ordered are a mess.. like 7" smaller in the waist than I had entered.

a picture:

AppleMark

might not look that great, but I'm an extremely hard shirt fit, especially OTR. I have wide sloping shoulders and a large neck for my waist/chest size.

Teger (I hope you read this),

can you provide your collar measurements or your order number?
I want to replicate your collar.
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