- Sep 30, 2016
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Thank you! Will fix it.@luxire
I think your website's outerwear section is a little bit confusing and unorganized. (https://luxire.com/collections/outerwear)
To name a few
1. "Charcoal Grey Wool Flannel Peacoat" with trouser image.
2. There are many options in https://luxire.com/collections/outerwear/products/luxire-wool-peacoat#/ for example Dugdale black, Dugdale navy etc. and customers can't know what those look like because images left are not specified. (Or not complete clothes, but just fabric image)
3. Like 2, if you've put many peacoat options in "Luxire Wool Peacoat", why are there other peacoat item pages seperately? (https://www.luxire.com/collections/outerwear/products/grey-mini-gingham-peacoat#/, https://www.luxire.com/collections/outerwear/products/black-wool-flannel-peacoat etc.) I think it's consistent to choose either to put all peacoat options into one page OR to put one option per one item page.
4. Ambiguous price range (for example Dugdale Charcoal - 25 Oz : $849.99 - $1,149.99 in Luxire Wool Overcoat). When I add it to the cart it is always its most expensive price of that range.
From what I see, I guess that Luxire cares less about outerwear section than other sections.
I'm not criticizing because, maybe outerwear is low-demand so that it's low priority for them to care. And after all, it's their business priority decision, so I understand.
I'm just suggesting, or ask a favor, for Luxire to care more about outerwear, for the future.