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post #6046 of 13407
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

I'm about to place an order for some wool trousers with these fabric: http://luxire.com/collections/pants-sorted-by-price/products/dugdale-light-grey-plain-8958

I guess that one is not transparent. biggrin.gif

I took the measurements from this pants (pic) so I hope I got the measurements right. 

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Measurements

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Waist 16.5
Half Hips 21.25
Hip Front Only  18.5
Front Rise 11.25
Back Rise 17.75
Thigh 13
Knee 10
Leg Opening 9
Inseam 32
Pant lenght 42.5


Send them in! I can never rely on my own measurements, but maybe you've had better luck. I sent in a pair of trousers and they replicated them perfectly with a couple changes. Now I just pick the fabric and say "replicate xxxx", it's great.
post #6047 of 13407
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post


Send them in! I can never rely on my own measurements, but maybe you've had better luck. I sent in a pair of trousers and they replicated them perfectly with a couple changes. Now I just pick the fabric and say "replicate xxxx", it's great.

 

Problem is that sending them would be expensive and sending them from Mexico all the time it would take could be a lot. I was deciding weather I should buy another pair from Zanella or go with Luxire and I think Luxire is the best option cause I can put other things on them (like side adjustors) to make them personalized. :D

post #6048 of 13407

Question: How do you specify for the inside bottons for suspenders/braces? :D

post #6049 of 13407
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

Problem is that sending them would be expensive and sending them from Mexico all the time it would take could be a lot. I was deciding weather I should buy another pair from Zanella or go with Luxire and I think Luxire is the best option cause I can put other things on them (like side adjustors) to make them personalized. biggrin.gif

Good call. Luxire is worth is for the customization alone.
post #6050 of 13407

Does anyone know the difference between warzone white oxford and warzone plus white oxford? which one is the softest and most casual? 

post #6051 of 13407
And why is the "plus" fabric cheaper? Is it burlier but with a lower thread count? Or just a naming anomaly?
post #6052 of 13407
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

Question: How do you specify for the inside bottons for suspenders/braces? biggrin.gif

Just put in the notes section "please add suspender buttons." They'll know where to put them.
post #6053 of 13407

Luxire.   Do you guys also accept sketches and so forth for styling the peacoats?  For instance if we wanted a shawl collar, single breasted type coat.

 

Also Has anyone got a peacoat made yet? Would like to see any.

post #6054 of 13407
Thread Starter 

We made this some time ago

post #6055 of 13407
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Originally Posted by All Tatters View Post
 


Will choosing darts automatically mean that the lower back will be made narrower than without darts?

 

This because I am also worrying about back width: I am yet to order my first shirt but I am mostly taking my measurements from a shirt which fits very well on the front but has too much fabric in the lower back.

 

There is no standard way to indicate back width on the site.

 

You can specify front- and back width separately in the "Your custom style and fitting requirements:". Darts will give you curvature in two axis, instead of one when making the back narrower than the front, so the fit should be better in theory. But for me it works just fine with the back width and give you a cleaner back.

post #6056 of 13407
Thread Starter 

Thermolite insulation and quilting now available.

 

Can be used in peacoats, quilted vests, jackets, thermal insulated jeans, denim jackets and many other applications. We encourage you to Imagine.

post #6057 of 13407
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post

Thermolite insulation and quilting now available.

Can be used in peacoats, quilted vests, jackets, thermal insulated jeans, denim jackets and many other applications. We encourage you to Imagine.

Hi luxiure, do you think you would be able to make a down jacket similiar to this one? It's made out of wool and probably some polyester mixed in. If you could, then send me a pm and we could discuss it in further detail!

I've been looking for this jacket since last year but it seems to be sold out everywhere in my size.



For more pictures
http://sartorialjournal.blogspot.se/2013/07/montecore-double-breasted-down-jacket.html
post #6058 of 13407
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Originally Posted by quuz View Post

Hi luxiure, do you think you would be able to make a down jacket similiar to this one? It's made out of wool and probably some polyester mixed in. If you could, then send me a pm and we could discuss it in further detail!

I've been looking for this jacket since last year but it seems to be sold out everywhere in my size.



For more pictures
http://sartorialjournal.blogspot.se/2013/07/montecore-double-breasted-down-jacket.html

Would be interested, too!
post #6059 of 13407
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by quuz View Post


Hi luxiure, do you think you would be able to make a down jacket similiar to this one? It's made out of wool and probably some polyester mixed in. If you could, then send me a pm and we could discuss it in further detail!

I've been looking for this jacket since last year but it seems to be sold out everywhere in my size.
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For more pictures
http://sartorialjournal.blogspot.se/2013/07/montecore-double-breasted-down-jacket.html

 

 

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Originally Posted by timotune View Post


Would be interested, too!

 

Absolute Yes. The softness, warmth and comfort of Thermolite will make it an excellent thing to wear.

post #6060 of 13407
The The PerfectBD® by blazerandtie x Luxire.
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