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Originally Posted by althanis View Post

I'm not sure if this has been asked already, but is it possible to send in a pair of pants to have the measurements taken? And then have both sent back of course, haha.


Certainly. Like we replicate the shirts, we will also be glad to replicate the pants and send the measurement pant along with the newly made.

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I'm not sure if this has been asked already, but is it possible to send in a pair of pants to have the measurements taken? And then have both sent back of course, haha.

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Certainly. Like we replicate the shirts, we will also be glad to replicate the pants and send the measurement pant along with the newly made.

This is -exactly- what I'm looking for (and why I'm so excited). I'm a naturally high waisted individual and very few OTR pants fit me well without leaning too far into grandpa territory. Armani is the only OTR that I've found that does a great job of it but they cost an arm and a leg, if you can even find them, and sadly dabble way too much in "tech" materials (poly, pa, etc.).

I happen to have a couple that are spot on perfect, I mean perfect, that I will be having Luxire replicate the cut of and can't wait.

ps - one other option I'm looking for Luxire to do for all my casual pants is a "hidden" cargo pocket for cell phone. I have a pair of Orvis "Key West" pants that have this and love it. It's a nice, discreet way to carry a cell phone, keep the pant lines clean. and not crowd the standard pockets. Here's a pic:

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This is -exactly- what I'm looking for (and why I'm so excited). I'm a naturally high waisted individual and very few OTR pants fit me well without leaning too far into grandpa territory. Armani is the only OTR that I've found that does a great job of it but they cost an arm and a leg, if you can even find them, and sadly dabble way too much in "tech" materials (poly, pa, etc.).
I happen to have a couple that are spot on perfect, I mean perfect, that I will be having Luxire replicate the cut of and can't wait.
ps - one other option I'm looking for Luxire to do for all my casual pants is a "hidden" cargo pocket for cell phone. I have a pair of Orvis "Key West" pants that have this and love it. It's a nice, discreet way to carry a cell phone, keep the pant lines clean. and not crowd the standard pockets. Here's a pic:

 

Like our shirts, the pants can be customized as desired. Each of these requests can go in the notes. We will also keep adding newer choices to the drop-downs gradually.

post #784 of 12724
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1000

 

This was discussed a few pages ago, ordered and made a few times. We also have some candidate linen fabrics now.

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How do I avoid shirts that are too tight in the forearm in MTM shirts? Or more specifically, how does Luxire handle the relationship between armhole, bicep and cuff measurement? Is it just an even taper from bicep to cuff?

Thanks
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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post

How do I avoid shirts that are too tight in the forearm in MTM shirts? Or more specifically, how does Luxire handle the relationship between armhole, bicep and cuff measurement? Is it just an even taper from bicep to cuff?
Thanks

I have the same issue you do. What I did is measured one of my other shirts that i have where the sleeve fits better through the elbow/forearm. It was a Lands End shirt oddly enough but they cut the sleeves properly for me so i just measured 12" from the top of the shoulder seam and then took that width and added this stipulation in the customization section for Luxire. This way, you will have a defined width at your elbow point which should give your forearm more room when bent/in action. It definitely helped my shirt and will do this moving forward fr all future orders.
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post

1000

 

This was discussed a few pages ago, ordered and made a few times. We also have some candidate linen fabrics now.

Dats mine :)))))))) With the pants wondering if there are any more cheaper cottons coming? (like the $70ish dollar one's you have currently)

EDIT:

Is it the yoke measurement that influences the shoulder?


Edited by TehBunny - 1/2/13 at 8:07pm
post #788 of 12724
Received the blue university stripes oxford shirt today; perfect cloth! My measurements are now perfected, and I know where to go when I need more. For people still on the fence, don't hesitate; you'll only regret it.
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Luxire, do yall have any trouser fabrics not yet on the site? Specifically, wool trouser fabrics?
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For the sake of my wallet, I hope not.
post #791 of 12724
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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post

How do I avoid shirts that are too tight in the forearm in MTM shirts? Or more specifically, how does Luxire handle the relationship between armhole, bicep and cuff measurement? Is it just an even taper from bicep to cuff?
Thanks


Am still working on the answer to your question, trying to bring in some illustrated pattern images to explain. Please bear with me.

post #792 of 12724
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Originally Posted by hookem12387 View Post

Luxire, do yall have any trouser fabrics not yet on the site? Specifically, wool trouser fabrics?

 

Still working on the wools. Currently focused on some interesting cottons and linen

 

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Originally Posted by Christian B View Post

For the sake of my wallet, I hope not.

 

Luxire is pocket friendly, I would want to believe so :)

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Originally Posted by luxire View Post

Luxire is pocket friendly, I would want to believe so smile.gif

This I absolutely agree, leading to a lot of new purchases! nod[1].gif
post #794 of 12724
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Would recommend a Linen pant, lined with a light flannel.

 

Our linen has the perfect formal look. Linen+flannel would add some nice weight.

 

Home washable and warm. Excellent comfort for all day wear.

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what is the approximate length of the button down collar points? Thanks
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