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post #2626 of 14474
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Originally Posted by ammanati View Post

Luxire,

1. How thick is this material Khaki Heavy Twill ?

2. Do you have any similar fabric to this one: http://instagram.com/p/ZP1Vx0lM8r/ or another photo http://instagram.com/p/XEOZ_CFM_L/ ?

 

The khaki heavy twill is a medium-heavy twill fabric.

 

It has a nice and soft feel and is ideal for summer wear. I would be a perfect match to the fabric you are looking for in the images.

post #2627 of 14474
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Originally Posted by Garasaki View Post

Arg I looked around on the website but had no luck finding it.  Obviously...I'm an idiot.

So the free shipping....seems like this is a pretty darn good deal, from where I'm sittin.  I see many patterns in stock that I've visualized but never found at other retailers.

Also, I have a heck of a time finding pants (trousers for the sophisticated honkeys) that fit the way I want them.  The idea of sending them a pair and having them copy the measurements is awesome.

Careful, you're letting your insecurities show.
post #2628 of 14474

Hardly a surprise, I have plenty of em.

 

Hopefully you recognize the reference to a current pop culture figure, relevant to the subject of fashion.  If not, hopefully you aren't offended by being called a honkey!

post #2629 of 14474

Does anyone have any experience with the Alumo White Poplin 2/120? I ordered a shirt in it and the fabric seems to be a twill weave, not a poplin. It doesn't feel like any Alumo I've handled too.

 

I'm guessing I might have gotten the "Lustrous Fine White" instead. I can always upload macro shots if it helps.

 

I have to say I'm generally happy with my latest order, though. They made and shipped my shirts amazingly quickly and my requests were attended to properly and all measurements are spot on. It's only the fabric that's a bit of a concern, but I'm looking to place another order sometime soon.

post #2630 of 14474
how far below do you measure the knee? or is it better to send in an existing pair and make changes?
post #2631 of 14474
Luxire, do you have any pictures of the Luxire extreme cutaway collar, and do you plan to make this a standard shirt option?
post #2632 of 14474
how far below do you measure the knee? or is it better to send in an existing pair and make changes?

Also, half hips and hip front only?

the measurements guide is kind of useless
post #2633 of 14474
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Originally Posted by easy_golfing View Post

how far below do you measure the knee? or is it better to send in an existing pair and make changes?

Also, half hips and hip front only?

the measurements guide is kind of useless
Just measure the knee from a existing pants that fits you well.
post #2634 of 14474
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Originally Posted by easy_golfing View Post

how far below do you measure the knee? or is it better to send in an existing pair and make changes?

Also, half hips and hip front only?

the measurements guide is kind of useless
Just measure the knee from a existing pants that fits you well.

Not a problem, but I'm not sure how far down from the crotch to measure (ie 18'' down, 19'', etc...)
post #2635 of 14474
Thread Starter 
A lot of information on the website needs review and improvement. Its a work in progress. In the interim, you can measure the knee at the point you think it makes sense and add that added information to the notes like" "Knee was measured 18 inch above the ankle opening" Same goes for any other measurements or instructions have are not very clear.
post #2636 of 14474
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post

A lot of information on the website needs review and improvement. Its a work in progress. In the interim, you can measure the knee at the point you think it makes sense and add that added information to the notes like" "Knee was measured 18 inch above the ankle opening" Same goes for any other measurements or instructions have are not very clear.

great, thanks.

also, anybody have examples of the different kind of pockets - slant, on seam, frog??? what would look best on the copper chinos?
post #2637 of 14474
Slant would be best on chinos
post #2638 of 14474
Thread Starter 

 

Heather Grey Knit Pique is here: Custom made for Luxire - Super soft and absorbent.

post #2639 of 14474

Hey Luxire, How long are shirts taking to be made thesedays?

post #2640 of 14474
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Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

Hey Luxire, How long are shirts taking to be made thesedays?


Shirt orders are moving very fast, many getting shipped in less than a week but typically within 2 weeks.

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