I would drastically reduce the biceps measurement/slim the entire sleeve.
The fits looks fine in the torso.
Which fabric is the shirt?
I'm gonna disagree with this slightly. I would reduce the yoke as indicated above and leave the armhole as it is. It looks about right to me in the pictures posted. I would also only slightly reduce the width of the sleeves throughout, if at all. There doesn't appear to be an inordinate amount of extra fabric through the arms. And a shirt fitting like this is much more comfortable when moving and bending your arms than the alternative IME. On another note, I'd probably suggest ordering/buying trousers with a higher rise
I disagree with "drastically" slimming the sleeves. Slim them only slightly. They look fine and a very slight slimming down will present a nice compromise of looks and comfort. Armholes are fine. Any higher and they might become uncomfortable and "cut" into you when you hold your arms forward.
I'm preparing thoughts for a prospective order (trousers and shirts). My question: Is there a limit to the extent to which I can customise the specifications? Ideally, I would wish to specify more or less every detail—this would not be to undermine your working style, but rather to prevent the headaches and issues of miscommunication I've previously experienced with online MTM (and to satisfy my OCD).
For example, with trouser pleats I notice you tend you set them with a gap approx. 0.75" below the waistband seam, in more of an Italian style. Instead, would you be willing to set pleats into the waistband with no gap between or exterior stitching, as in the picture below on the right?
Also, if I'm not mistaken, you tend to stitch the fly at a width of 1.5", presumably to match your shirt plackets of the same width. Instead, could I request a slightly narrower 1.375" fly (and shirt placket, for that matter)?
These are just two examples of customisation that come to mind. However, upon ordering, there would be many more.
Every aspect can be customized, no limitations or restrictions.
Practically any fabric from our collection can be chosen, prices may vary slightly based on the chosen fabric.
This is my first test shirt from Luxire. I took the measures from a well-fitting shirt, slimmed down the shoulders, armholes and biceps, specified shirred yoke and shoulders. When the shirt arrived, it was almost 36 °C and the Popeline fabric was sticking to the skin. Therefore I got the sensation of a overly tight shirt in the chest/shoulder-department. Since then, I was wearing it several times, and while it still feels a bit tight there, it's probably due to the yoke height. The height is about 1.5 " less than every other shirt I own. So, if I stretch your shoulders, the yoke seam is at the most unfavorable part of the shoulder line and since the seam is less yielding than the rest of the fabric, it cuts into the skin.
I will get rid of the shirred yoke, adjust its height accordingly, make the yoke, armholes and chest slightly wider and maybe slim down the wast a little bit.
Will darts alone clean the back, even when the overal measures the the waist remain the same?
My right shoulder is sloping about half an inch and it is also slightly wider than the left. To conceal this, would you make the right part of the yoke and the right front panel shorter and wider? Or would this throw the shirt out of balance?