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post #5941 of 11779

I'm thinking on ordering two trousers and I want one in Cream. But how trasparent is this fabric?

 

http://luxire.com/collections/pants-sorted-by-price/products/dugdale-cream-8966

post #5942 of 11779
It is fairly see through. Mine are lined to the knees, and you can see the line at the knees readily.
post #5943 of 11779

@ chogall, I posted a couple pictures back when I got them initially.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

@ Dingus The navy twill is the heaviest. So far the individual weight description on Luxire's page has been accurate.

 

When in doubt about colours, order swatches.

post #5944 of 11779
Clapey, I like that closure--is that the standard side metal adjuster, or did you customize it?

Apologies if already discussed.
post #5945 of 11779

I sent them a picture.

post #5946 of 11779
Gotcha, thanks. I may steal your picture to send to them to ask them to reproduce smile.gif
post #5947 of 11779
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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post

@ chogall, I posted a couple pictures back when I got them initially. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







@ Dingus The navy twill is the heaviest. So far the individual weight description on Luxire's page has been accurate.

When in doubt about colours, order swatches.

Can someone explain what the benefits of the side closure are? If the waist of the trouser is bigger than your actual waist, and you use the closure to make it "fit", won't you have creases or... what's the word, some sort of extra fabric there that wouldn't look so good?

Also, don't they go on the belt line, as opposed to below as we see here?

The pants look great btw.
post #5948 of 11779
Anyone have any of the Dugdale flannels made up? Wondering what shade the greys are and how fuzzy they are.
post #5949 of 11779
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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

Anyone have any of the Dugdale flannels made up? Wondering what shade the greys are and how fuzzy they are.

Not yet but I placed an order on Oct. 1 in this fabric http://custom.luxire.com/products/dugdale_flannel_-medium-grey-twill.  Will update when I receive it.

post #5950 of 11779
Yeah, that's one of the ones I am looking at. May just pull the trigger.
post #5951 of 11779
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Originally Posted by althanis View Post


Can someone explain what the benefits of the side closure are? If the waist of the trouser is bigger than your actual waist, and you use the closure to make it "fit", won't you have creases or... what's the word, some sort of extra fabric there that wouldn't look so good?

Also, don't they go on the belt line, as opposed to below as we see here?

The pants look great btw.

 

A considered response to a similar query, which also addresses your questions.

 

http://www.permanentstyle.co.uk/2010/12/reader-question-trouser-waists.html

post #5952 of 11779
What's the consensus on the best way to go about having Luxire replicate an existing shirt? Measure it myself, or send it to them to replicate? Any feedback from those who've used either of these options?
post #5953 of 11779
Only tried it one way - sent in a good fitting shirt. First shirt they made was near perfect replica.
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Wrong thread.

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Originally Posted by bertie View Post

Only tried it one way - sent in a good fitting shirt. First shirt they made was near perfect replica.

Cool, thanks for the info!

Anyone ordered a shirt in either of these fabrics?

Pale Blue Dress Stripes:


Blue Dress Stripes Twill:


I'd really appreciate some pics of shirts in either of these fabrics. Sorry to bombard the thread with a bunch of questions. shog[1].gif
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