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post #9316 of 13259

So this is interesting... having arrived correctly in the UK yesterday, tracking suggests that my latest delivery now currently seems to be taking a detour through Cincinnatti in a grand global tour en route to me. Strange times, my friends, strange times! :rotflmao:

 

I wonder where it'll actually end up. It's entertaining, if nothing else. :laugh: 

post #9317 of 13259

Anyone order the blue seersucker dress stripes yet? Mine is on the way. 

post #9318 of 13259
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Originally Posted by Odd I/O View Post


Which two measurements did you increase to make such a dramatic change fit wise? Thigh and hem?

 

It was actually three measurements:  half-hip; half-hip front; and thigh.

 

Submitted measurements were each increased by 0.25 inches.

post #9319 of 13259
Does anybody know which fabric was used for this pair of pants?

post #9320 of 13259
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Originally Posted by mrjester View Post

Anyone order the blue seersucker dress stripes yet? Mine is on the way. 

I ordered the swatch for the third time. I keep getting a different multi-colour seersucker. But this time, I'm sure they'll get it right. Hi @luxire. smile.gif

Looking forward to seeing pics of your shirt, MrJ.
post #9321 of 13259
@benjamin831

Looks like the copper chino, but I let timo clarify.
post #9322 of 13259
Has anyone got a shipping confirmation from the linen discounts last month?
post #9323 of 13259
Thanks Spurious!

PS. Does anybody know what causes a bump of fabric right below the collar?

post #9324 of 13259
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Originally Posted by benjamin831 View Post

Does anybody know which fabric was used for this pair of pants?

That's almost certainly the copper chino, which I had made into cargo pants:



If I'm honest it's a bit wrinkle-prone. But I've been spoiled by wrinkle-resistant fabrics.
post #9325 of 13259
Thread Starter 

Finally....some new Twill Chinos. They are all amazing, none of them have a shine, though the image may suggest so. Very good collection of earthen tones.

 

post #9326 of 13259
Thread Starter 

This is highly recommended: 3.5 Oz Indigo Chambray: This will make summer a pleasure

 

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Thread Starter 

Use code SUMMERCOOL for 20% Discount on the newly added chinos and the chambray. This weekend only.

post #9328 of 13259
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+1

 

The Blue Denim Slubby Chambray is maybe worth looking at. It's a bit thinner than the Brembana, but texture is good. But I have to see a picture in natural light first, since my swatch seems to have a greenish-greyish hue, almost like the Brembana swatch, which is apparently not the case when you look at the shirts.

 

 

 

 

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I wish Luxire would stock a slightly denser all-cotton version of the Cotton-Linen: Blue Chambray for fall/winter, since texture and color are exactly what I am looking for.

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for the info and the photos. One I saw the price increase, I actually started checking out the blue denim slubby chambray, as well as the dark indigo denim chambray.

 

 

If anyone has photos of either of these, ( it would be great if you had the Navy chambray brembana too) would you be able to post some pictures of them? Either fit pics, or just pictures of the shirts in natural light.

post #9329 of 13259
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This is highly recommended: 3.5 Oz Indigo Chambray: This will make summer a pleasure



Is this one more at the dressy side like the Easy-to-Iron Blue Chambray or rough/slubby like the Brembana and Blue Denim Slubby?
post #9330 of 13259
SUMMERCOOL not working?
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