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post #2716 of 13808
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Originally Posted by benjamin831 View Post

Anybody encounter this problem with their shirts? A small bump of fabric under the rear of their collar. Pretty common issue but I'm not quite sure how to remedy it for the next order.


This exact thing happens on about half of my RTW shirts (a variety of brands, not Luxire) and I'd be interested to know what the source of the issue is - I have a feeling it's either too narrow a yoke or some quirk related to my posture. Am about to order a Luxire shirt so I'll see if this problem happens on their shirts and look to tweak future orders accordingly. By the way Benjamin, nice artwork if that's your own handiwork.
post #2717 of 13808

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Anybody encounter this problem with their shirts? A small bump of fabric under the rear of their collar. Pretty common issue but I'm not quite sure how to remedy it for the next order

If it's the same issue that people experience with OTR suits, it can be remedied by lowering the collar. 

post #2718 of 13808
its from the slope of your shoulders not the shirt...
post #2719 of 13808
Teresa or anyone else....when ordering chinos how do I specify if I want a jean style button closure at the waist? In other words, I don't want an overlapping tab.

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post #2720 of 13808
Any special deals for Styleforum members?
post #2721 of 13808

The clothing can't really get any cheaper

post #2722 of 13808
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Originally Posted by 1969 View Post

Teresa or anyone else....when ordering chinos how do I specify if I want a jean style button closure at the waist? In other words, I don't want an overlapping tab.

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you just did. You can link them to this post or put the images in a zip or imgur and link them
post #2723 of 13808
A website suggestion for the Luxire folks:

You need a wish list option where a customer can save something to a wish list and keep it there until he's ready to order.
post #2724 of 13808
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Originally Posted by Kai View Post

A website suggestion for the Luxire folks:

You need a wish list option where a customer can save something to a wish list and keep it there until he's ready to order.

 

I like that
post #2725 of 13808
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Originally Posted by Kai View Post

A website suggestion for the Luxire folks:

You need a wish list option where a customer can save something to a wish list and keep it there until he's ready to order.

 

Just make a Luxire bookmarks folder in your browser and save direct links to the stuff you want to order in the future.

post #2726 of 13808
linen chambray shirt

really happy with my fit right now, and now those aren't my nipples, was just lazy with the ironing.

this one fits a little bit looser than my normal shirts.

AppleMark
post #2727 of 13808
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

linen chambray shirt

really happy with my fit right now, and now those aren't my nipples, was just lazy with the ironing.

this one fits a little bit looser than my normal shirts.

AppleMark

That's the same kind of fit I finally got right with the last oxford I got back from them. I found that what looked really good standing up was not so good sitting down for long periods of time at work.

post #2728 of 13808
super fitted shirts aren't comfortable or practical, and look really disproportionate from any direction other than straight on looking in a mirror. it might look good in a magazine spread, but not in real life.
post #2729 of 13808
^ exactly, that's what I found when I first started getting MTM shirts about three years ago. I got them all made too tight - if you can't comfortably sit down without the fabric pulling and stretching around your waist, then it's definitely too tight.
post #2730 of 13808
Great fit Teger!

Have you thought about slightly reducing the shoulder width though?
I like my shoulder seams to sit right on the tips of my collarbone, but that might not be for everyone.
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