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That's looks great! Gives me a lot more confidence in ordering the tweed overcoat I had planned.
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nvm I see its on the site, good price.

 

http://luxire.com/collections/home/products/luxire-wool-peacoat

post #5553 of 11418
That peacoat looks good!
post #5554 of 11418
Doesn't come in Gray? Come on..

Edit. I wish the hand pockets were a bit higher like my sterlingwear
Edited by 7_rocket - 10/12/13 at 7:36am
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Doesn't come in Gray? Come on..

Edit. I wish the hand pockets were a bit higher like my sterlingwear

I'm almost certain they'd be willing to make it in grey if you ask for it (along with moving the pockets a bit higher).

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Originally Posted by 7_rocket View Post

Doesn't come in Gray? Come on..

Edit. I wish the hand pockets were a bit higher like my sterlingwear

I'm almost certain they'd be willing to make it in grey if you ask for it (along with moving the pockets a bit higher).

 

Indeed. Luxire are exceedingly accommodating. In fact, I have a surprise coming in a month or so.

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Luxire,

 

I'd like to recreate this polo:

 

http://epauletnewyork.com/collections/shirts-knits/products/luchino-polo-shirt-charcoal

 

Would you say the dark heather grey mid pique is a close resemblance?

Good question. I'm interested in whether that collar can be duplicated or not. It looks like it has some structure or fusing. If so.....

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Luxire, do you have a light blue/white gingham available that is not posted on your website, preferably something similar in material/weight and scale of pattern to your classic blue/white gingham? Looking for something that looks like this:

 

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Anyone have any experience with this 13oz Dugdale tweed: http://custom.luxire.com/collections/pants/products/dugdale_white_rose_4209 ? 

 

I'm looking for something that has an interesting texture but wears cool enough for spring/autumn nights (50-65 degrees F)

 

 

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Ordered two more oxford shirts: Blue University Stripes and Warzone Plus White.
post #5561 of 11418
Those two are fantastic fabrics, you won't regrett your choice smile.gif
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^Warzone Plus White is one hardy ass fabric, will be quite thick first few wears and great for Winter but horrible for Summer, since it's winter for you 'N.Hemishperer's' enjoy!

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Are there any good lightweight options for a white oxford? It seems like the warzone and warzone plus are built for cooler climates. I have a swatch of the cool white linen/cotton, but I was looking for something a little less casual than that.
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I don't think this is less casual but I find the lustrious fine white to be pretty light and breezy.  The two ones that arrived the other week have performed well in the hot heat already and will definitely get more use over the summer.

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^Warzone Plus White is one hardy ass fabric, will be quite thick first few wears and great for Winter but horrible for Summer, since it's winter for you 'N.Hemishperer's' enjoy!

Good. I was hoping for a hardy ass fabric for winter : ). Summer -> linen.
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