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post #8506 of 9716
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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post

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.

They look great, but the sleeves all look way too long to me, man. Your cuffs shouldn't come halfway up your thumbs, no?
post #8507 of 9716
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Originally Posted by Beatlegeuse View Post

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.


 

What trousers did you order?

post #8508 of 9716
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Originally Posted by fridayfrenzy View Post

What trousers did you order?

These:

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

They basically resolve to a light grey from a distance, but the glen plaid pattern with the blue overcheck is really beautiful close up. Actually, I just noticed they added a new pic of the fabric made up into a pair of pants, I think those might be mine.

Might get these next:

http://custom.luxire.com/products/hunt_winterbotham_brown_plaid_glen
post #8509 of 9716
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Originally Posted by 7_rocket View Post

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?
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


I haven't washed the shirt yet.

Is that the standard 1738?
post #8510 of 9716
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Originally Posted by GradSchooler View Post

Is that the standard 1738?

My mistake I mean't 1738 collar. Yes it is the standard
post #8511 of 9716
^^ Looks great! I'll be ordering one of those on my next shirt. nod[1].gif
post #8512 of 9716

Anyone have pictures of forward pleat trousers by Luxire?

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Originally Posted by 7_rocket View Post

My mistake I mean't 1738 collar. Yes it is the standard

Would you happen to know how long the collar points are?
post #8514 of 9716
This is a copy of a Mazarelli shirt Luxire recently did for me:



I extended the shoulder seam a little, and I think it is now at the right place. But you can see that I get this pulling in the armpit. My impression is that the sleeve is the problem. The underside seems shorter than the outside of the sleeve. This is fine when my arm is at my side, but it restricts movement. When I raise my arm the fabric on the top of the shoulder pops up. Is the solution to rebalance the sleeve by adding a little fabric to the underside, i.e. where it goes in to the armpit?
post #8515 of 9716
I am dealing with the same issues on upperarm/biceps/armhole. The whole shirt is perfect but fabric is pulling around my armpit. Armhole and biceps are wide enough. I don't know what to change next. It's practically the same issue that some other members are describing and posting pictures. I am really curious about solutions on this.
post #8516 of 9716
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Originally Posted by Bakkerrr View Post

I am dealing with the same issues on upperarm/biceps/armhole. The whole shirt is perfect but fabric is pulling around my armpit. Armhole and biceps are wide enough. I don't know what to change next. It's practically the same issue that some other members are describing and posting pictures. I am really curious about solutions on this.

 

Is it really a problem?

 

If you want a slim shirt, stuff like this happens. If you want to accommodate movement, it'll look a little less slim.

post #8517 of 9716
Thread Starter 

Ladies overcoat in Indigo Herringbone Denim:

post #8518 of 9716
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Originally Posted by iamacyborg View Post
 

 

Is it really a problem?

 

If you want a slim shirt, stuff like this happens. If you want to accommodate movement, it'll look a little less slim.

thank you. i see people post these armpit issues all the time, but if you want a slim bicep, the arm opening is going to be smaller, and it'll look this way. i've come to embrace it.

post #8519 of 9716
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can you please post a fit pic of these? the fabric looks amazing.

post #8520 of 9716
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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post

Would you happen to know how long the collar points are?

3.5 inches.

I"ll get all the measurements tonight.

PS what is your go to plain blue business dress shirt? I need to revamp my wardrobe with the basics

Thanks
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