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Does anyone have experience with this fabric that can compare to the Brisbane Moss cotton twill?Pants Soft Olive Twill Chino
* Forward Double Pleat.
* On Seam Pocket.
* Button Style Fly.
* Extra Long Extended Front Closure.
* Side Metal Adjusters on Waist Seam.
* Two Rear Pockets With Buttons.
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I share your pain. It troubles us as much as it bothers you. Correcting this process has been on our mind. We have not found the right technical solution to it. We are toying with a couple of options these days and will hopefully close something soon.I wish Luxire would be a bit more proactive in their communications. It's basically the same story every time.
And I'm left wondering why on earth they don't shoot me an email when they realize I've ordered something that's out of stock.
- Place an order
- Get impatient (to be fair, I'm impatient the second I confirm)
- Tell myself to be patient
- Three weeks pass
- Email Lux asking for a status
- They reply "fabric XYZ is out of stock but the rest of the order is progressing nicely"
The VBC comes in multiple weights - I have some in what I recall is about 13oz which is great.Looking for recommendations for the best/most versatile light-mid grey flannel trouser options for fall and winter. Like the VBC, but 9oz seems too lightweight. E. Thomas perhaps?
There's a Monti sale? what?
Italian mill, Tessitura Monti, makes some very good fabrics for shirts.
We have recently launched a new Monti collection and are offering 25% inaugural discount on these shirts. Please use coupon code MONTISALE
Limited stock on each fabric.
Excellent business shirts. Very good wrinkle performance. Nice feel, soft and comfortable. Unbelievable price of $89.99 after discount.
I allow for tolerances solely based on the minor variances one can expect with MTO. To prevent shrinking I wash my shirts in cold water, iron them while damp, and then hang dry. True not everyone has the time/energy for this but it works very well.To those of you that have resolved a satisfactory fit on your luxire garments - do you have a small tolerance to allow for shrinkage after washing garments; or do they more or less fit to your liking out of the box.
What are the most common areas that shrink/contract on shirts other than sleeve length?