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Luxire Custom Clothing - Official Affiliate Thread

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

  1. thebrownman

    thebrownman Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Jas. I have sent Luxire an email with an image of how this part of the jean has fallen apart. Perhaps this is an area Luxire can look into for greater QC on jeans going forward.
     
  2. lachyzee

    lachyzee Well-Known Member

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    Here are some pictures I took of Luxire Selvedge swatches. Thought I'd upload because those shown on the website are inaccurate. 14oz is bluer than the 13oz which is almost black.

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  3. Aulis

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    Got my first Luxire order yesterday. Can only add to the praise, way better quality than ModernTailor that I used previously. Will definitely go for some more (and also correct the minor measurements errors that I made).
     
  4. ammanati

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    Photos and specification of the pique long sleeve polo would be very much appreciated
     
  5. Henry Carter

    Henry Carter Well-Known Member

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    Sure, will post some specs tomorrow but its in the wash now so pics probably not till next week. I've ordered another one in crimson today.
     
  6. ammanati

    ammanati Well-Known Member

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    Can you tell us now what measurements have you used for your polo shirt? How have you adjusted your regular shirt measurements, if so. Thank you
     
  7. luxire

    luxire Well-Known Member

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    Couple of shorts


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  9. luxire

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    MGoCrimson Well-Known Member

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    Has anyone submitted a measurement for halfway between the waist measurement and bottom measurement for a shirt before? And if so, did it work out?
     
  11. DarkDestiny

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    ^ I've specified measurements for every 2 inches down from the chest before. It's a bit weird but fits well. A smudge too tight when sitting down, but I can deal with it.
     
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  12. mayhoslaz

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  13. Henry Carter

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    I used my exact shirt measurements and just chose slim fit rather than regular fit. Only other alteration I made, apart from the polo/popover placket was to shorten the collar points on my usual collar by 1cm so it's not so business shirty, being worn open necked and all.
     
  14. LuxireStudio

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    Denim Casual Shirt With Different Styling Details
     
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  15. cbfn

    cbfn Well-Known Member

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    @Luxire, what is the darkest green cotton fabric for pants? I have a pair in military green that I am very happy with, but I cannot find a similar shade on the webpage.
     
  16. eightace

    eightace Well-Known Member

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    Hoping to order some pants from Luxire soon.

    Can anyone advise whether any of their pants fabrics are brushed cotton?
     
  17. hookem12387

    hookem12387 Well-Known Member

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    I'm pretty positive they have moleskin, if that's what you mean.
     
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  18. jko

    jko Well-Known Member

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    Hey, these might be mine! Although I ordered them in Stone Twill Chino, otherwise identical. First impressions are good. They are in the wash now and will see how they fit after that. One issue I'm having is with the rivets — the copper ones might look good on jeans but I was hoping to get something a little more elegant for a fabric like this. The waist and fly buttons seem somehow cheap as well. Also, would have been nice if the rivets and buttons we're of the same material (or color). Do you have any other options for rivets and buttons? I'm considering a similar 5-pocket design in a dressy wool fabric.
     
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  19. GuP

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    I am about 5'11" - what is a good shirt length to wear both tucked and untucked? 29inches?
     
  20. emptym

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    jko, I think they're having their own rivets and buttons made. I'm sending over some hemp denim for a test. I've long wanted to try hemp jeans, they're almost impossible to get in a non-ultrabaggy cut.
     

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