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That new white/gray shadow graph is the business.
post #5522 of 13834
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Originally Posted by PapaRubbery View Post
 

 

Just to expand on this, what about pants? 

Could one order and expect to have a pair by the end of Nov? 

 

I ordered a pair of jeans and two shirts on the 18. of september. Not gotten any shipment notification yet, but hoping for a mail in 1 week or 2, making it 4 or 5 weeks. Think about 5 weeks is realistic if your order includes pants.


Last time I ordered pants and a shirt it was sent after 5 weeks and three days.

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Has anyone been able to obtain swatches of the Dugdale materials?

post #5524 of 13834
^
I ordered some with my recent shirt order, along with some Fresco swatches, can't wait to see them...
post #5525 of 13834
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Originally Posted by joewmoss View Post
 

Has anyone been able to obtain swatches of the Dugdale materials?

 

My question was: why can't we order swatches from dugdale/minnis.

 

Quote - in an email from Theresa

The reason they are excluded is because we do not stock the fabrics in our warehouse
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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post
 
Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
 

 

No.

 

The sequence seems to be this, at least if you pay by paypal and are in the UK:

 

- Order confirmation email, and your paypal shows an authorisation

- Work starts on your shirts when your order reaches the top of the pile, and around the same sort of time (can be a little delayed), the paypal authorisation is activated.

- A few days after the paypal authorisation (or around the same time, if delayed), the shipment email is sent, containing a tracking number.

- Shipping takes about 3 days.

- FedEx pretend they can't find the address, or that you're not home, despite your seeing the van drive past.

- Once delivered, enjoy excellent shirts.

 

(the penultimate step appears to be optional, as it has only happened to me once. Your mileage may vary... :D )

 

Thanks for the detailed description! How much did you pay for customs? I measured two shirts that fit me pretty much perfectly, so I hope the shirt will turn out all right. If that's the case I see no reason for ever buying a standard RTW shirt anymore. Might just order a couple of shirts with your beefy BD collar next!

 

Customs: about £20ish IIRC, inclusive of FedEx's silly admin fee.

Copying: Luxire seem to excel at this, provided your measuring is up to scratch; they did it perfectly.

Collars: I look forward to seeing them!

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I ordered a shirt on September 25th and received shipment notification on October 8th and looks to be delivered tomorrow (Oct 11th).  That is 17 days. Very good.  

 

Getting responses on emails is another thing.  I always have to send repeat emails after a few days because I never receive an answer.

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I remember the days of 1 week turn around between order and delivery. Those were magical days smile.gif

Luxire's success is well earned, they do good work...
post #5529 of 13834
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Originally Posted by fridayfrenzy View Post

I ordered a shirt on September 25th and received shipment notification on October 8th and looks to be delivered tomorrow (Oct 11th).  That is 17 days. Very good.  

Getting responses on emails is another thing.  I always have to send repeat emails after a few days because I never receive an answer.

+1 to getting responses on emails, it is pretty annoying now. I've been trying to get a shirt remade for weeks, and it's taking so long because of the wait time between emails. I've agreed to just pay the return shipping for the new shirt because if I kept arguing over email it would probably never get remade. I'm still waiting for one last response so they can confirm the measurement changes and for them to send me my invoice for the return shipping.
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http://custom.luxire.com/collections/all-sorted-by-price-low-to-high/products/lusterous-fine-white

Is this the Go to white shirt for all seasons?
post #5531 of 13834
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Originally Posted by JubeiSpiegel View Post

Curious on the shirt order wait time at the moment. How many weeks is the current average to ship?

Ordered shirt on September 22nd. It shipped on October 5th, arrived October 10th.
post #5532 of 13834
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Originally Posted by TintinATL View Post


Ordered shirt on September 22nd. It shipped on October 5th, arrived October 10th.

Did you order one shirt?

post #5533 of 13834
I normally dont like to post this in here, but anyone gotten responses on emails lately?
I've ordered 10 days ago and wanted something confirmed via email, but havent heard back (sent another mail a few days ago).
It's no big deal as long as the order works out fine, but maybe there is something broken on their end (like the mail server thing months ago).
post #5534 of 13834
They do respond to emails slowly, but they have done so eventually without duplicate emails, for me at least.

Luckily I am still in the conceptual phase with my custom jacket concept. It would be more frustrating while in execution stage I suspect. So I will have to weigh that negative later...
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post
 

 

Just awaiting delivery of the selvedge denims, will then add all of those together to offer a good selection of denim options.

 

The flannel lined shirt-jacket can be done. We do have a good selection of cotton-flannels to choose from.

 

Hi Luxire,

 

Since there are more denim options now, what do you think a jean jacket with flannel lining might cost? Could you give some ranges or do you need me to select the materials first?

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