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post #421 of 11383
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

If you wear this blue one with a sweater or under a jacket, the shoulder fit is not a problem.

I am far less picky about "perfection" in my shirts for this reason.
post #422 of 11383
Thanks for the feedback guys, I really appreciate it. Although it looks like the shoulder seams are too wide in the photos they actually match up pretty well with my shoulder points. Does Luxire do darts, or would I have to get my tailor to add them?
post #423 of 11383
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Thanks for the feedback guys, I really appreciate it. Although it looks like the shoulder seams are too wide in the photos they actually match up pretty well with my shoulder points. Does Luxire do darts, or would I have to get my tailor to add them?

Don't do darts - that's half the fun of getting a MTM shirt made.

Reduce the waist + bottom measurement.
post #424 of 11383
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post

 

The Collar is the Luxire Curved English Collar. The curve is natural and would retain its shape for the life of the shirt. No extra care required. Standard fusing used.

 

The cuff is the Luxire Point-French-cuff

 

Thanks.  I love the look of that shirt. I just placed my first order last night.  Once I validate the fit with those, this exact shirt is next.  More questions.  Which fabric is shown here?  Can you post another picture that is more head-on that shows the collar spread?

 

Thanks! 

post #425 of 11383
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post

Nice Collar and Cuff - Again, no collar stays - The curved English collar

 

 

 

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I have a question on this type of collar.  When ironing is it better to iron the collar out flat, or to press a slight crease right where the roll begins?

post #426 of 11383
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post

The Collar is the Luxire Curved English Collar. The curve is natural and would retain its shape for the life of the shirt. No extra care required. Standard fusing used.

The cuff is the Luxire Point-French-cuff
Just placed an order for an unfused English collar shirt, would the shape of the collar be significantly worse unfused, due to the curved shape?
post #427 of 11383
Just a quick comment to say that it looks Luxire are back on top of the orders. Ordered a shirt on the 21st, shipping confirmation received today and it should arrive on Monday.
post #428 of 11383
Rankiz, if you're aiming for a beautiful roll in your collar, an unlined or just slighly lined but un-fused collar is best. Fused collars have a smoother, stiffer look, but will never roll.
post #429 of 11383

The sorting options could be enhanced on your website. You've got a good choice but it's better to browse through all pages since I think fabrics are not well referenced (choose stripes for instance and you're missing a lot of what is actually on the site).


Apart from that, great prices !

post #430 of 11383
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Originally Posted by JW Cyrus View Post

 

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Just ordered my first shirt last night in this fabric which I'm definitely looking forward to.

 

The only issue I've run into is the collections are starting to look a bit messy at the bottom of the page and multiple filters would go a long way in helping me remember which of the many fabrics I was looking at before. Not enough to deter, but it would be a nice improvement.

 

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Originally Posted by SeamasterLux View Post

The sorting options could be enhanced on your website. You've got a good choice but it's better to browse through all pages since I think fabrics are not well referenced (choose stripes for instance and you're missing a lot of what is actually on the site).


Apart from that, great prices !

 

Absolutely agree.

The site is getting messy and missing a lot of information what should be there.

 

A bit stretched by time and technology, but need to move that on priority. Will get work started.

post #431 of 11383
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Originally Posted by theclipper View Post

Thanks for the feedback guys, I really appreciate it. Although it looks like the shoulder seams are too wide in the photos they actually match up pretty well with my shoulder points. Does Luxire do darts, or would I have to get my tailor to add them?


We will be glad to add darts.

 

Though not traditional, darts are essential for a contoured slim fit.

 

As the front of the waist part of the body is often more of a concave and the back more of a convex, just adjusting the waist is not always enough. The shape/size of the chest and upper back play an important role too.

post #432 of 11383
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Originally Posted by Jimbosaurus View Post

Just a quick comment to say that it looks Luxire are back on top of the orders. Ordered a shirt on the 21st, shipping confirmation received today and it should arrive on Monday.

 

I can echo this. I placed an order on the 22nd and I received shipping confirmation today (technically yesterday, since it's already the 29th here).

 

With Luxire, the time taken from placing an order and sending payment to receiving the shirts is even lesser than having a shirt delivered from the US to me.

post #433 of 11383
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Originally Posted by dancingbear View Post

 

Thanks.  I love the look of that shirt. I just placed my first order last night.  Once I validate the fit with those, this exact shirt is next.  More questions.  Which fabric is shown here?  Can you post another picture that is more head-on that shows the collar spread?

 

Thanks! 

 

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That's the 200/2 Superfine White

 

Not the right shade on the image, the fabric is perfectly white and oozes richness.


Edited by luxire - 11/28/12 at 10:00am
post #434 of 11383
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post #435 of 11383
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Absolutely agree.
The site is getting messy and missing a lot of information what should be there.

A bit stretched by time and technology, but need to move that on priority. Will get work started.

That's the sort of response a professional vendor gives when given good advice and suggestions by customers. Well done, sir.
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