Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luxire, Jun 20, 2012.
Apparently my pants are supposed to take about a month...
only if you want high-contrast fades.
Everyone else should just wash as normal.
I was quoted at $225. And I'll be sure to review when they come in.
Finally a nice day in Boston! I stole a co-workers camera and will get you pictures of the trench coat. Sorry for the delay.
Edit: Some teasers until I can get someone to take the pictures
Great horn buttons. You can feel how dense they are when you touch them.
Burnt burgundy silk lining. The hand stitching is nice and visible. The silk warms me during the cooler days but sheds of heat really well.
Stainless hardware that I asked for.
I can't say enough about this jacket. The epic fabric is great. I feel absolutely no wind coming through, yet it remains completely breathable and I don't overheat. The best part is that it doesn't look like a technical fabric. Rather it looks like a cotton oxford or twill.
I made some pics of me wearing the grey flannel trousers. They're all in my picasa folder. I hope you can see them without any troubles. Here is the link:
They look great! However, it seems like yours struggle with the same "up-in-the-crack"-behind as my chinos did, any possible solution to this?
Excellent offer Luxire with the raw denim, I think I will purchase my first pair of pants from you.
I'll do the spreadsheet method; measure several different trousers and get the "best" measurements to input for some new jeans.
How long do shirts usually take from order to delivery on Luxire? I ordered two shirts a week ago and, whilst I don't expect it to be delivered yet, I haven't heard anything from Luxire post the automated email. Slightly concerned. Included in my order was an instruction to email me if they had any suggestions as to improvements.
It's normal, rest at ease.
Did you send in a pair for duplication, or put in the numbers on the website?
Just put in measurements.
Fingers crossed. First time MTM-er, just placed an order for some 13oz raw selvedge jeans. Hope they turn out good!
That might work. I had the same thing w/ my first couple pairs. Ashish suggested to me that I and others w/ prominent seats might want to specify a more U-shaped than V-shaped rear. I have a few pairs on the way that were to be cut like this.
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