Luxire Custom Clothing - Official Affiliate Thread

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

  1. joewmoss

    joewmoss Senior member

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    Ah, I see I'm not the only one who's had that issue. That's what lead me to try Luxire's pants after wasting money on altered off the rack slacks. I don't know who some of the makers have mind on these pants sometines. I've had the same issue you described with some expensive Ben sherman pants I tried and the exact opposite with JAB where the thighs are saggy and the waist is way tighter than it should be.

    I'll never buy off the rack trousers again if I can get them made by Luxire. It's the worth expense and time involved. Ive even had lower back issues due to poorly fitting pants.
     
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  2. Louis XIV

    Louis XIV Senior member

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    Do you a picture of you wearing it with a tie?
    Yeah, most RTW pants are made for the average body type. This means that anyone else needs to buy custom made clothes in order to achieve a perfect fit.
     


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    NOBD Senior member

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    It has a back height of 2" and a 3.5" point length, but next time I think I'll dial the back height down to 1.75" or 1.5". It's a little high for such a soft material. 7" pullover placket with 3 buttons.
     
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    I'm very tempted to try some pants soon, probably in time for winter.
     


  8. JubeiSpiegel

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    Also placed an order for the sky blue summer chambray.

    I am looking to pick up some extremely breezy/cool dress shirts, so i can get more use out of my odd jackets here in Florida. Easier said than done, i know... :fu:
     


  9. fridayfrenzy

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    Can people list some of their favorite dress shirt fabrics? I have about 7 shirts but looking for more and wanting to hear people's own favourite fabrics.

    I am looking for a dress shirt to wear without a tie, not too thin and not wrinkle easily.

    My favourites:

    1. Subtle Navy Blue Grid - not offered anymore
    2. Red Mini Gingham
    3. Pink Graph Checks
     
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  10. mrjester

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    I have the pink mini graph check, posted a fit in MC Casual not long ago. It's cut for casual but I've been contemplating ordering another for business - great pattern.

    I had the red candy stripe oxford in my hands for a few minutes before sending it back.. probably my favorite one.
     


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    is it possible to get a length so you can wear it untucked and tucked?
     


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    Do you like the red candy stripe oxford for casual or business?
     


  13. luxire

    luxire Affiliate Vendor Affiliate Vendor

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    Excellent! The pant is a great concept in the era of tablets and phablets.

    Would also give a lot of confidence to polo fence sitters.
     


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    mrjester Senior member

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    God dang that looks good.
     


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    Thanks, everyone. I would absolutely recommend having a polo made. The cotton pique is soft, stretchy, and really nice. It will shrink a little if you toss it in the dryer, so account for that if (like me) you generally beat the crap out of your casual clothes.
     


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