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Anyone got some pictures of the various Luxire Selvedge denim colours in the wild?
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I bought this shirt, and will be wearing it tomorrow for the first time.

http://custom.luxire.com/collections/whites/products/lusterous-fine-white

It wrinkles like no tomorrow. I ironed it and it still looks like ass.

So my question is fellas.. What is your go to white shirt from Luxie that doesn't wrinkle that much?
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post


On the machine?

No, just wasn't sure what the photo was for. New sewing machine? :-X

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Originally Posted by 7_rocket View Post

I bought this shirt, and will be wearing it tomorrow for the first time.

http://custom.luxire.com/collections/whites/products/lusterous-fine-white

It wrinkles like no tomorrow. I ironed it and it still looks like ass.

So my question is fellas.. What is your go to white shirt from Luxie that doesn't wrinkle that much?

I have it and I love it. Isn't it ridiculously soft?! If there's another one that's that soft and doesn't wrinkle, let me know.

post #7760 of 11610
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I have it and I love it. Isn't it ridiculously soft?! If there's another one that's that soft and doesn't wrinkle, let me know.

Very soft. I sent you a PM did you get it?

Maybe I'm jumping the gun but damn it was a pain in the arse to iron. I'll probably get used to it though..
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Very soft. I sent you a PM did you get it?

Maybe I'm jumping the gun but damn it was a pain in the arse to iron. I'll probably get used to it though..

Woops, responded. Sorry!

Have a water bottle. Spray what you're about to iron to dampen it up, give it a second to soak in, then iron. It makes it so much easier. Faster than steaming, to me.

post #7762 of 11610
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Is there a list of the possible buttons with pictures?

I remembered Luxire posting these, so here you go ;)

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/304965/luxire-custom-clothing-official-affiliate-thread/6360#post_6757476

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/304965/luxire-custom-clothing-official-affiliate-thread/7200#post_6849386

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Thank you!
post #7764 of 11610
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I have it and I love it. Isn't it ridiculously soft?! If there's another one that's that soft and doesn't wrinkle, let me know.


How transparent is it? Can it be worn without an undershirt?

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How transparent is it? Can it be worn without an undershirt?

I always wear an undershirt with all my dress shits and you can't see through it, for what it's worth
post #7766 of 11610
I am going to post the question here as well, not sure what reply time via email is currently:

I want to change my waist measurements and my pants length measurements.
How do I need to adjust my other measurements (thigh, inseam, rise and what not)?

Thanks in advance
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Originally Posted by 7_rocket View Post

I bought this shirt, and will be wearing it tomorrow for the first time.

http://custom.luxire.com/collections/whites/products/lusterous-fine-white

It wrinkles like no tomorrow. I ironed it and it still looks like ass.

So my question is fellas.. What is your go to white shirt from Luxie that doesn't wrinkle that much?

Huh. I bought one of those and I loved it so much I had another one made in the same fabric so that I'd have them in both French and barrel cuff versions. They are my go-to white shirts and I don't find them to be particularly wrinkle prone.

That said, I can't speak to the difficulty of ironing because around here you can get illegal immigrants to launder and iron your shirt for $2.50.
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Originally Posted by CruzAzul View Post

Huh. I bought one of those and I loved it so much I had another one made in the same fabric so that I'd have them in both French and barrel cuff versions. They are my go-to white shirts and I don't find them to be particularly wrinkle prone.

That said, I can't speak to the difficulty of ironing because around here you can get illegal immigrants to launder and iron your shirt for $2.50.

Hmm I really don't know how to respond to this LOL. I actually did use a spray bottle last night. The farbic is very soft and comfortable though. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Hmm I really don't know how to respond to this LOL. I actually did use a spray bottle last night. The farbic is very soft and comfortable though. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

I was going to get the same fabric for two more white shirts, so it's kind of weird to see so many people throw a fit over it. 

Let me know how you feel about it at the end of the day. I'll probably wear mine tomorrow and see how I feel about the wrinkling again. I don't remember it being that bad.

 

As far as it being see-through, I answered it earlier. Sure, it might be a little see-through. But I also wear an undershirt - as everyone should.

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On the machine?
No, just wasn't sure what the photo was for. New sewing machine? :-X

Those are buttons of a Miele washing machine.
Do you remember the Superbowl commercial of Volkswagen?
Miele too is renowned for building very long-lasting products.
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