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Originally Posted by Shazam View Post


Thanks for posting. The color looks rather grey, more than the slubby chambray, or is it just the pic. How about the light and airy aspect?

 

At my swatches the Airy Chambray seems to be a tad more blue than the Slubby Chambray, but the Slubby looks brighter because of the grain. The Airy is very light, probably airy, but also very prone to wrinkle.

 

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Clockwise starting top left: Denim ShirtIndigo Chambray Light and AiryBlue Denim Slubby Chambray

 

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Against backlight it looks like this:

 

Left: Denim Slubby Chambray Right: Airy Indigo Chambray

 

The weave of the Airy Indigo is much finer, it looks quite sheer against the light, the Slubby is much thicker with thicker yarn, but "mesh openings" seems bigger.

post #9977 of 13845
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Originally Posted by saepnirg12 View Post

anyone ever had a Finamore cutaway collar made with Luxire?
Yes, what do you need?

There are two styles, one with a slight curve and a straight one.
post #9978 of 13845

Those black Epic shorts are mine. The details look just like I wanted them. I can't wait to get these.

 

 

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Swim Shorts Made in Epic fabric,....

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #9979 of 13845

sorry my bad...


Edited by Dingusberry - 5/1/14 at 1:54am
post #9980 of 13845
This is what happens in my household several times a week:

"I've been looking for some new jeans, but I can't seem to find any", says my girlfriend.

"You should try Luxire hun, you know the shirt place I use?"

"Oh yes, do they do women's shirts, too?" she says, feigning interest.

Oblivious to her teasing I reply, "Yes, probably. I mean, on StyleForum it's mostly guys but I'm sure they could do it. Send in your well-fitting white shirt I got you and have them copy it.."

... more conversation, and then ...

"Okay sure, tell me all about Luxire and how they can copy anything. Can they copy a girlfriend, maybe she can have reverse pleats like you like.. and then you can go on the internet and talk all about it with your internet boyfriends.. etc etc"
post #9981 of 13845
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Are you really tall man? They look like some long swim shorts.
post #9982 of 13845
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post


Are you really tall man? They look like some long swim shorts.

I am tall, but I'm also planning to use them as more than just swim shorts. Epic fabric is supposed to look just like chino, so I'm hoping I can wear them casually as well. 

post #9983 of 13845
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Looks like my parcel is being held for customs and I probably have to pay duty. It is usually not stuck in the clearance for more than a couple hours, and it has been there for almost a day. Not sure why I have to pay duty as I have already paid it through the $25 fixed rate. Anyone else have experienced this in the UK (or Europe) with Luxire? 

Where does it say anything about duties?

Sorry, but your post is ridiculous, you make an assumption about something you have no deeper knowledge of.
Just wait for the parcel to arrive, if you are charged duties then contact Luxire.
post #9984 of 13845
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Originally Posted by kulata View Post


Yes, what do you need?

There are two styles, one with a slight curve and a straight one.

 

 

Would you happen to have photos of your shirts? I'm looking at what I assume is the curved one.

Any chance of measurements that I can give to Luxire, or would showing them a picture suffice?

 

post #9985 of 13845
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Originally Posted by Dingusberry View Post



Looks like my parcel is being held for customs and I probably have to pay duty. It is usually not stuck in the clearance for more than a couple hours, and it has been there for almost a day. Not sure why I have to pay duty as I have already paid it through the $25 fixed rate. Anyone else have experienced this in the UK (or Europe) with Luxire? 

Where does it say anything about duties?

Sorry, but your post is ridiculous, you make an assumption about something you have no deeper knowledge of.
Just wait for the parcel to arrive, if you are charged duties then contact Luxire.
Huge plus one. Chill out.
post #9986 of 13845
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Originally Posted by saepnirg12 View Post


Would you happen to have photos of your shirts? I'm looking at what I assume is the curved one.
Any chance of measurements that I can give to Luxire, or would showing them a picture suffice?

Would be interested in the measurements of both, if it's no hassle.
post #9987 of 13845
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Originally Posted by saepnirg12 View Post


Would you happen to have photos of your shirts? I'm looking at what I assume is the curved one.
Any chance of measurements that I can give to Luxire, or would showing them a picture suffice?
 

Shirts are not available at the moment (travelling). But I showed them pictures and gave them measurements.

Here are the measurements:

Curved Finamore Cutaway:
1. Finamore Spread Collar with a slight curve (4 inches collar point/tip and 1.75 inches neck band height, 7 inches spread distance).

Regular Finamore Cutaway
1. Finamore Cutaway Collar (3.75 inches collar point/tip and 1.75 inches neck band height)

You can specify whatever interlining you want but I get all my collars lightly lined with canvas.
post #9988 of 13845
I know that a bunch of people have ordered suits/SCs from Luxire, could you give me an assessment of where to put them quality-wise?
post #9989 of 13845
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Originally Posted by Spurious View Post

I know that a bunch of people have ordered suits/SCs from Luxire, could you give me an assessment of where to put them quality-wise?

I ordered a coat. Quality is good, similar to suitsupply.
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Is there anyone who has tried the Hand-finish on Shirt option.

what did you think? pictures?

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