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Side note: What's a good starting point for luxire stuff? Collar shapes etc?

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tinyurl.com/luxirecollars

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Woah. Quite the rabbit hole!

This is pretty awesome: http://www.styleforum.net/t/304965/luxire-custom-clothing-official-affiliate-thread/14055#post_7544200

 

And betel's of course.

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I'm a fan of the Barba collars and Spandexter's spread, personally

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I don't want to count my ties or squares. The ratio is not 1:1. I plan for more of both, probably 3:2 ties to squares. I have a number of squares that I got because I like the cloth. They're lovely and usable, just not heavy-rotation material.

The clothes I no longer want I give to a local organization that helps people trying to find employment. But there will be some discards in the near future that might go to Spoo.
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Originally Posted by Kira View Post

Can't @Murlsquirl
just calculate the MSRP of his unwanted ties and donate them to get a tax write off? It doesn't appear that he needs the money. Besides, the future patrons at Goodwill will be grateful seeing a lot of quality, maintained ties.

I will most likely donate them. You don't write off the full MSRP, but there are calculators you can use. They aren't anything nice enough for Luxeswap (mostly BB) and no, I don't necessarily need the money.
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200+ ties (of which I don't use much more than 20 or so) + ~20 squares (of which I don't use more than 5 -6 regularly).

Also, JRD, is it a bespoke project?
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Also, JRD, is it a bespoke project?

You could say that nod[1].gif
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Anyone have any good pics of themselves with Chelsea boots and suits?

Don't know if it's good in your opinion, but here's one of me ~2 years ago.
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Thread Starter 
I often wear Chelsea's with my windowpane suit as well. Unfortunately, they don't show up too well with the picture I have.

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I only have about 15 ties xD
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Seeing as the Noodles thread discusses anything and everything, have you ever considered a different hairstyle, Claghorn? I'm sure there are many that would suit you better than a bieber cut.
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Thread Starter 
I just needed a haircut at that point. That's as long as it gets. Then I get it cut short. It grows to that length, then I cut it short again.
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I just needed a haircut at that point. That's as long as it gets. Then I get it cut short. It grows to that length, then I cut it short again.

Ah, that makes sense. I thought that length was your normal hairstyle.

Fwiw, I usually get my hair cut every 3-4 weeks. The shorter your hairstyle, the more often you need to get it cut. When I had longer, surfer style hair I usually got a haircut every 2 months or so.
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Thread Starter 
I get mine every 4-6 weeks. I find haircuts incredibly annoying
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