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Originally Posted by luxire View Post

 

The extra fabric just below the neck at the back is an easy fix by itself.

 

Your approach and analysis makes sense.

 

Adjustments related to shape of shoulders or any other fit issue is best addressed by looking at images of how the Luxire shirt fits. It gives us the idea of how to shape the yoke or what to change on the pattern for the next iteration.

 

Part 2 of your question:

I read a couple of times but was not able to bring myself to understand it. Please elaborate.

What I mean is that little 'book' of fabric samples to present possible options. Something like this:

It might be in different arrangement, smaller pieces etc. 

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quick full shot, all rumpled



Will try to write a review soon, first impression is great.

Saw it on Tumblr, looks like a million bucks!

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Looks great Timo.

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Originally Posted by ammanati View Post

What I mean is that little 'book' of fabric samples to present possible options. Something like this:

It might be in different arrangement, smaller pieces etc. 

Excellent thought.

 

We can make the fabric books. It will be expensive though.

 

We can also consider  having a few set of books ready, which can be sent to a customer against a deposit and refunded once they are sent back.

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We can also consider  having a few set of books ready, which can be sent to a customer against a deposit and refunded once they are sent back.

 

This would be awesome.

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Is that a sort of self-belt? Or does it just close on the side? Either way, it looks great! Mind giving your order number? It's got me thinking, I might just order my next Luxire trousers with a self-belt, if they're capable of making that.

Those are the "DAKS-side-adjusters".
I also specified a long waistband (saw it on the pics of Ambrosi-pents). My pants also feature the "buttoned 2"-cuff" and single pleats.

Order # is 3047. Just tell Luxire to leave away the left belt-loop.


I am wearing my pants today. The feel & fit is great. Very, very pleased so far!
Next order (which will be soon (like today hahaha)), I will raise front and back-rise around 0.5" and make the waist tighter 0.5".
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So it will only be one belt loop? Not sure if I'm a fan of the asymmetry. Do you got the pic of the Ambrosis?
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This was the model for my pants.
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I was wrong, carry on.
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Will try to write a review soon, first impression is great.

 

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Luxire Vs. Ambrosi  - Fabric, stitching, fit, details - all look comparable. That too at a fraction of cost and a fraction of wait time.

 

It seems the pants are now maturing pretty fast.

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I was going to order a OCBD too and just wondering, what did you ask for your collars? I was thinking unfused and unlined but I'm not too sure. 


I asked for 3.5inch collar points that are unfused and unlined

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Timo - what material are they please (sorry if I've missed this earlier in the thread).


Thanks.

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It is the Copper Chino
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Thanks

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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post

Meh, you shouldn't live by each and every rule all the time. As long as you're aware of the rules and know how to dress accordingly, you can get away with breaking one every now and then. 


And that's the crux of all the problems of people wearing tacky clothing these days. Everyone thinks they know the rules and dress well and can get away with breaking some of them for what they'll call "sprezz."

 

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