Luxire Custom Clothing - Official Affiliate Thread

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  1. cbfn

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    Thanks, highly appreciate it!
     
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    Hmm, I'll consider the lustrous fine white more seriously then. I also have a swatch of the superfine white (200/2), but of the two just mentioned I favour the lustrous one.

    Is my assumption that higher number equals a shirt more prone to wrinkling correct? (i.e. that a 200/2 shirt wrinkles easier than a 140/2 shirt)
     
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    Pic of the pale blue poplin:
    (apologies for the poor pics and ironing job)
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    It really is a nice fabric - light weight, with a very smooth hand. It's my favorite dress shirt, and I really ought to get around to ordering another one, this time with barrel cuffs instead of french cuffs.
     
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    I'll post some pics wearing the trousers this weekend
     
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    http://luxire.com/products/grey-wool-flannel-1

    This is the fabric. 13-14oz, so quite thick but I wouldn't say insanely. They're autumn/winter flannel trousers, aren't they? Must be warm
     
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    I was wondering and finally went for the Lustrous Fine White. It is really a nice fabric. I would choose it over twill if you want dress shirt.
     
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    Big News: Selvedge denim is here, 3 options by Hiroshi Kato, Japanese designer

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    When can we order them from the website?
     
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    Available here, now. Introductory price, $99.99
     
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    $100 for MTM selvedge jeans?! Are the dark indigo raw denim? This is unbelievable.
     
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    Both the dark indigo are sanforized.
     
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    I've heard that a pair of raw denim jeans is not supposed to be washed for something like 6 mos to a year in order to acquire a unique wear pattern. Is that true? I only have plain old OTR jeans.
     
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    Would be neat to see some 3-4 ply Oxford fabrics on the site, I'd definitely order a bunch of super heavy oxford shirts!
     

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