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Luxire Custom Clothing - Official Affiliate Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luxire, Jun 20, 2012.

  1. luxire

    luxire Well-Known Member

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    Luxire is a journey to bring together some of the best artisans from around the world to create clothing that is beautiful, expertly constructed, and withstands the test of time.

    Using time-tested techniques, both traditional and modern, we make clothes that are comfortable, fit perfectly, and a pleasure to wear every time.

    There are no standard or "boxed" processes. We love to hear from our customers and make them what they need, the way they need it. We have created a bespoke process for making clothes the way you like them.

    You can send us images of a particular collar you like or have the cuff made to a particular level of softness.You can also send us shirts / pants / coats / jackets that you would like replicated.

    Each item starts with a pattern that is made only for you. It is made to your measurements and style specifications. It is made entirely by hand by our expert pattern masters. It has your name written on it.

    The fabric is laid on the cutting table and cut to match the fabric pattern at every place. The garment is stitched by expert tailors who make sure each and every measurement matches exactly.

    At Luxire, we do not have a "tolerance level" for measurements. Each item is made to the exact measurements provided.

    Each trim that goes into the garment is the best in the world, the linings, the thread, the buttons are selected from the very best. Our shirt buttons are thick mother of pearl, the buttons for pants, jackets, and coats are all horn.

    Please give us an opportunity to serve you. Visit http://custom.Luxire.com

    We have a limited collection of items on the website. If you need something that you cannot find on the website, do contact us.

    Let your imaginations take over.

    ...Somewhere inside of us, we have a designer who has been in a comma forever. Decades ago, when people had easy access to tailors, they would discuss their own personal requirements and develop personal solutions. These individual solutions then became global trends which we still follow. We, at Luxire, are reawakening that, sleeping designer in each of us. Who knows what it will bring the world.

    Some of our recent creations are below in this thread.

    Thank you for your time and consideration. We look forward to serving you.

    The Luxire Team






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    Overcoat made in Molloy Blue tweed


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    Boxer shorts


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    Noragi shirt

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    Tweed Loafers


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    Bullet-proof rivets: 100% Copper - Luxire Jeans


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    Linen Safari Jacket


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    Black Bowling Bag

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    Shirt in Dark Indigo Denim Chambray


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    Grey Knitted Pique


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    Denim Shirt with Heavy Wash


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    Indigo chambray with custom wash


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    Linen Houndstooth Tie


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    Custom made suit

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    Luxire Peacoat


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    Leather trimmed Holdall Bags


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    Pants in Minnis Fresco

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    Pants in Holland Sherry Tweed


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    Portfolio Bag


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    Sashiko jacket


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    Duffle Coat


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    Custom made selvedge jeans
     
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  2. CruzAzul

    CruzAzul Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to the forum. I bought a test shirt, wrote about it on my website, and plan to purchase more. Will probably go for that red gingham next.
     
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  3. lostron

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    Looks like quality shirts. I will add this to my wishlist of custom shirts to try [​IMG]
     
  4. luxire

    luxire Well-Known Member

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    Thank you CruzAzul.
    Nicely written review that is.
     
  5. pasey25

    pasey25 Well-Known Member

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    Can you offer free shipping to Australia also?
     
  6. luxire

    luxire Well-Known Member

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    Our current Fedex rates to Australia is more than twice that to US / Canada.

    Have thus added an option for Free Shipping on purchase of $100.

    Thanks
     
  7. emptym

    emptym Well-Known Member

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    I'm on my honeymoon on the way from Milan to Venice, but thought I'd mention that I've placed a couple orders and have been very satisfied with the shirts and customer service. I wrote more and posted pics in the folded shirt pron thread, starting here.

    Best value for shirts that I'm aware of. Just make sure you get your measurements right. And as usual with mtm or custom, order one or two first.
     
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  8. sugarbutch

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    Second wearing of Luxire in Goetzner (sp?) fabric. Very soft, seems well-constructed, no shrinkage. Some minor adjustments for next shirts, but very happy in general.

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  9. luxire

    luxire Well-Known Member

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    Nice Shirts
     
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  11. luxire

    luxire Well-Known Member

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    Some unique creations this week.

    Contrast Collar and 2-Button Cuffs. Unfused.

    The Unflappable: Stiff Collar with Hidden Buttons.

    In the Comfort zone: Navy Chambray, 2 pockets, Soft, Button-down collar.
     
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    luxire Well-Known Member

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    Ordered a extra slim fit but have to return it as the armholes are too small.

    But I must say that the workmanship is top notch! $60 including shipping to Canada is irresistable, after you see the shirt they made.
     
  14. emptym

    emptym Well-Known Member

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    Ya, their shirts are really well made. And they're working on making pants too. I'll post more when I receive a test pair they've sent me.
     
  15. luxire

    luxire Well-Known Member

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    Thank you Lexmann and Emptym.
    We are glad that the quality is liked.


    We have had some interesting shirts made over the last few days. Also, the first set of trousers went out this week.

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    The Two-tone Black has black threads through the warp and maroon threads through the weft. Its subtle shine and multiple tones really stand out in the evening. A very rich fabric.

    The Black with Blue stripes has a beautiful shine to it and is also superb for the evening. This shirt was made with french cuffs and can be paired with some interesting cufflinks to shine at a party.
    The collar on both the shirts above are fused.

    The Green-Blue stripes summer oxford: After I bought this fabric, was very anxious for its delivery as I thought it was really beautiful. Can be made as a dress shirt or casual. Extremely comfortable. This one was made unfused, button-down but was photographed before attaching the buttons.

    The Classic Blue Oxford is probably as good as OCBDs get these days. 2 Ply Italian Oxford, 4mm thick MOP buttons and the classic oxford roll.
     
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  16. luxire

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    A lot of people ask if we can do contrast lining on cuffs and collars.

    The answer is yes, with pleasure. Just choose the lining fabric and let us know in the notes on the shopping cart page.

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    And a denim shirt, available in 7.5 oz and 10 oz blue, black denims. Like all our fabrics, the denims are also special. The one shown below is called silk denim, though its 100% cotton. The weave adds some luster to the fabric and it softens gradually. Retains its color better.

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  17. emptym

    emptym Well-Known Member

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    Here are some lightweight poplins, mtm from Luxire:
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    They followed my measurements exactly and the fit is excellent -- imo, as good as mtm can get without multiple fittings with a tailor. I attribute most of the wrinkles to the light weight of the fabric. The only thing I'd change is to move the belt loops a bit in toward the center..
     
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  18. mensimageconsultant

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    [sticks neck out] No, it's too baggy. Somewhat grey overkill, also, and the pants are worn below the waist. All fixable, of course.
     
  19. emptym

    emptym Well-Known Member

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    The shirt is actually blue and white. Does look washed out and gray here though. Wasn't really trying to come up w/ a great outfit. I chose that shirt and tie when taking pics of Ambrosi and Chan pants, and then left the same shirt and tie on keep the focus on the pants. But I might wear this combo with some type of contrasting sport coat over it.

    The fit to me is about as good as it gets. I hate tight shirts. This is conforms well to my body but gives me enough room for free movement. The pants have an 11.5" rise and are right at my waist.
     
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  20. luxire

    luxire Well-Known Member

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