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post #3316 of 9787
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You're welcome! But wow, 135?! Unless you are extremely short, you probably don't need to lose any more. wink.gif

That's what everyone says, except my doctor :) He's finally happy too. Used to have and be treated for hypertension, gone!

post #3317 of 9787
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Hello everyone!  I am looking for opinions on my first attempt at MTM shirts.  Please give me your thoughts.   Thank you!  

 

 

AppleMark

 

 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

 

 

You seem to have a challenging torso shape. I'm hesitant to offer my opinion for fear of steering you in the wrong direction. I would highly suggest you send these photos directly to Luxire and seek their advice. I assume this is a Luxire shirt. Put your trust into their opinions, while keeping your own opinions in mind.

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How much would a pair of pants cost made up in one of the Huddersfield flannels? Like this one for example:

 

http://www.huddersfieldcloth.com/images/H7231%20-%20British%20Suit%20Fabric.jpg
 

 

Nice fabric. That would be $225

post #3319 of 9787
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I would like to give another public thank you to Luxire for the great service and support. I received my 7th order and the changes fit beautifully! I lost about 20 pounds over the last 8 months and went through the now familiar process of sending them my photos, some measurements, and asking for their suggestions. I even left much of it in their hands with the only primary instructions being "let's take it easy so that I can still have a wearable shirt as a result, even if it means a couple iterations". They did exactly as I hoped and I'm thrilled. I just sent off an order for 4 more shirts.

 

Thanks!!


Thank you for sharing this Atoms. We are glad to be a part of your joy.


Edited by luxire - 7/3/13 at 12:32am
post #3320 of 9787
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Are there designs on the website or do I just pick anything and send it in?


You can pick anything in styling, Any of our denims including selvage.

post #3321 of 9787
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How much would a shirt run which was made of a fabric especially produced to the looks of the one NOBD posted?

How much would a shirt of the Huddersfield 6503 or 6510 linen run?
http://www.huddersfieldcloth.com/images/6503-2.jpg
http://www.huddersfieldcloth.com/images/6510-2.jpg


Also, have you received my email?

$179.99
Will get the email checked.

Is that for the NOBD style fabric or the Huddersfield ones, or all three of them?
post #3322 of 9787
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Is that for the NOBD style fabric or the Huddersfield ones, or all three of them?


Shirts in the NOBD fabric will be 99.99

 

The Huddersfield ones are 179.99

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How much do you think a sports coat in one of the Huddersfield tweeds, say the H7441 glencheck would cost? Many great fabrics at Huddersfield!

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How much do you think a sports coat in one of the Huddersfield tweeds, say the H7441 glencheck would cost? Many great fabrics at Huddersfield!

 

That would make a nice SC. Would cost $450

post #3326 of 9787

Can't wait for the afternoon! Pictures later this evening

post #3327 of 9787
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post

Any one in the mood for a denim jacket?

 

I'm in the mood for more fabric options for a denim shirt. You said earlier that you would add some more options for denim shirt and pants later, but I can only find more options for pants.

 

Your casual denim shirt fabric looks great, but I would like something closer to the ones I linked to in my post (march 2.) and on Acnes website. Any progress with that? :)

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/304965/luxire-custom-clothing-official-affiliate-thread/1440#post_6176377 - your reply to my request for more denim shirtings on March 2. 2013.

post #3328 of 9787
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

Is that for the NOBD style fabric or the Huddersfield ones, or all three of them?


Shirts in the NOBD fabric will be 99.99

The Huddersfield ones are 179.99

Count me in for a NOBD fabric shirt then!

mattcritchlow
Louis XIV
+3 to come

Should I push my email? Maybe it got lost in the system?
post #3329 of 9787
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Originally Posted by Xtra View Post

 

I'm in the mood for more fabric options for a denim shirt. You said earlier that you would add some more options for denim shirt and pants later, but I can only find more options for pants.

 

Your casual denim shirt fabric looks great, but I would like something closer to the ones I linked to in my post (march 2.) and on Acnes website. Any progress with that? :)

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/304965/luxire-custom-clothing-official-affiliate-thread/1440#post_6176377 - your reply to my request for more denim shirtings on March 2. 2013.

I'm also intersted in buying a denim shirt, and especially the bottom one which Luxire replied with. 

post #3330 of 9787

Me too. I would maybe like a bit lighter colour, more blue too.

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