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Originally Posted by wqvong View Post

Are the off white linens see through?

They are a little bit. They're linen and they're white-based. Just something you'll have to deal with. Honestly, linen is casual. So it's not a big deal. I don't wear these to the office, I wear them because I go on dates and it still gets over 100f at night in Phoenix. :mad:

The off-whites are ridiculously comfortable. They're the softest linen I've ever felt, and they're even Luxires own. I'd highly recommend them. 

post #8492 of 13333

thank you. they look great. Was there any reason you did not opt for the Dugdale? (thinking of getting a linen pair but undecided on which)

post #8493 of 13333
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post

Have added this product for ordering the item above.

Affordable Pricing. It is a standardized product, no customizations allowed.

Can be a good option to order your first jacket to test fit.

As we have a small team and limited capacity for making these jackets, will disable the product after about 20 orders,

Is the pictured LCP-1293-CLNAVY Navy Cotton Linen Chambray also available? If so, how to order?
post #8494 of 13333
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Originally Posted by Turner View Post


Is the pictured LCP-1293-CLNAVY Navy Cotton Linen Chambray also available? If so, how to order?

+1 again.

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Originally Posted by thejoker View Post
 

thank you. they look great. Was there any reason you did not opt for the Dugdale? (thinking of getting a linen pair but undecided on which)

Theresa assured me their linen was quite close to Dugdale. I haven't felt Dugdale, but both pairs of Luxire linen are extremely soft, and a little cheaper. 

 

They don't at all have a cheap feel to them. 

post #8496 of 13333

MTM is a process.

 

Here is my chronological progress from first to third shirt order:

 

On my current shirt I'm happy with the collar, the yoke, the chest, waist, seat and the forearms. The only thing that still needs fixing in my opinion are the upper arms/armhole. Suggestions welcome.

 

 

 

http://custom.luxire.com/products/moss-green-university-stripes-pinpoint-oxford

http://custom.luxire.com/collections/dress-shirts/products/navy-chambray-by-brembana

http://luxire.com/products/sky-blue-oxford

 

The Brembana fabrics are really great value.

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You making excellent progress, Clap. All of those are better than %99.99 of shirts you will find out in the public.
post #8498 of 13333

They look good, Clapeyron. What collar do you get?

 

I just received my 2nd and it's much better than the first. The arms could use some work. There's also some billowing in the back when the shirt is tucked in. Other than darts - is there a measurement adjustment that would fix that? Is it as simple as reducing the waist measurement?

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Originally Posted by NickInTO View Post
 

They look good, Clapeyron. What collar do you get?

 

I just received my 2nd and it's much better than the first. The arms could use some work. There's also some billowing in the back when the shirt is tucked in. Other than darts - is there a measurement adjustment that would fix that? Is it as simple as reducing the waist measurement?

 

Just reduce the back of the waist, i. e. "Waist: Front 20”, Back 17.75”"

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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post
 

MTM is a process.

 

Here is my chronological progress from first to third shirt order:

 

On my current shirt I'm happy with the collar, the yoke, the chest, waist, seat and the forearms. The only thing that still needs fixing in my opinion are the upper arms/armhole. Suggestions welcome.

 

 

Kinda cool to see the progression and it actually improve like that.

 

The only suggestion I could see would be to decrease the bicep measurement.  If you reduce the billowing in the bicep slightly it we be perfected IMO. 

 

It is hard to comment on the armhole without seeing, but if you can lift your arms straight out in front of you and not have it pull up the shirt from your trousers, then it is fine. 

post #8501 of 13333
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post

Thanks. I was going to customize it like you, but the base is Luxire's English Spread, name-wise?

Correct.
post #8502 of 13333
Most recent order, three shirts and one trouser, I really like the Hunt Winterbotham flannels. They're soft and light, not too heavy so I can wear them pretty much year round. I definitely see myself ordering more Winterbotham fabrics for future trouser orders.





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^ Nice. Which fabric is that hairline stripe?
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Here is the pale pink oxford with the 1736 collar. It was lightly fused collar. It's not pale to me confused.gif

Anyone else with this fabric that looks the same to you?




I haven't washed the shirt yet.
post #8505 of 13333
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Originally Posted by Evolve View Post

^ Nice. Which fabric is that hairline stripe?

The first (darker) hairline stripe is this one:

http://custom.luxire.com/products/blue_hair_line_stripes

The 2nd pale hairline stripe is this one:

http://custom.luxire.com/products/pale_blue_hair_line_stripes

The quality on both fabrics is equally fantastic.

EDIT - Luxire also nailed the cutaway collar that I was looking for. It's pretty close to the NOBD I but not quite as curved.
Edited by Beatlegeuse - 2/27/14 at 7:16pm
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