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I don't know if I've missed something but Luxire seem to be charging for things that used to be free?

I've just ordered my 6th pair of trousers.

After clicking through to confirm the order, I realised the website had added $30 for the Extra Long Extended closure with double tab that I'd chosen and $10 for internal lining to knee.

Pretty sure these used to just be included? I know the Gurka waistband (of which I have 2 x trousers) was always charged at $30 extra because of the extra work involved) but the other high waistband styles (of which I have several) were just included in the price?
Yes, the charges have been added.
Double tabs require extra effort similar to Gurkha pants. Lining is extra effort and extra material.
 

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Yes, the charges have been added.
Double tabs require extra effort similar to Gurkha pants. Lining is extra effort and extra material.
Just to be clear, if I just chose a fabric and write in the notes that I want you to fabricate a pair of trousers from an earlier order that has lining, will you add the extra cost of lining after my initial payment? Just want to make sure that the lining is not missed when I pick a fabric and ask you to replicate.
 

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Just to be clear, if I just chose a fabric and write in the notes that I want you to fabricate a pair of trousers from an earlier order that has lining, will you add the extra cost of lining after my initial payment? Just want to make sure that the lining is not missed when I pick a fabric and ask you to replicate.
It is better to add the cost of lining when placing the order.
Sending email later for extra payment is an added exercise and not too pleasant.
Also, we are dependent on the judgement of the person processing the order.

We are gradually moving towards a system where notes and "afterthought emails" will be discouraged.
 

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It is better to add the cost of lining when placing the order.
Sending email later for extra payment is an added exercise and not too pleasant.
Also, we are dependent on the judgement of the person processing the order.

We are gradually moving towards a system where notes and "afterthought emails" will be discouraged.
Thanks. I can understand that. Just wanted to know how to proceed in order to replicate an earlier pair of trousers.
 

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Asked this awhile ago but no response. Can anyone comment on the fit of the ready to wear pants? I’m interested in the corduroy. The leg opening measurement looks a little narrower than I like but not bad. I’m guessing they are like a straight fit or more of a slim? @luxire
 

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Asked this awhile ago but no response. Can anyone comment on the fit of the ready to wear pants? I’m interested in the corduroy. The leg opening measurement looks a little narrower than I like but not bad. I’m guessing they are like a straight fit or more of a slim? @luxire
The RTW pants have been made using our standard pattern measurements. They are not too slim nor too wide. Can we worn with/without a jacket.
 

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Do you have access to washable merino wool shirting fabrics?
We have this one in blue.

We worked with Ethomas over iterations to make a fabric that is light, soft, comfortable and drapes well.
 

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Would you be able to make a pair of jeans like these by fade washing the "black overdyed jeans" that you offer on your website?
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@luxire is it possible to order RTW fabrics with own style and measurements? And how would one do that?

I'm interested in the blue Warzone oxford shirt, which only seems to be available in standard sizes.
 

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@luxire is it possible to order RTW fabrics with own style and measurements? And how would one do that?

I'm interested in the blue Warzone oxford shirt, which only seems to be available in standard sizes.
Warzone White Oxford” on our website. It is available as a custom shirt option too.
 

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How does "15oz raw dark indigo denim" look? From outside and inside (is it white-ish on the inside like any other normal denim or it is painted all the way through and therefore blue on the inside?). Also interested in how actual selvedge looks.
Does anyone have an example of how luxire denim fades?
 

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What's a good lightweight, non-iron white shirt? These long months of lockdown have me too lazy to iron for zoom meetings. I'd also like to use it for summer travel when we can.
 

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What's a good lightweight, non-iron white shirt? These long months of lockdown have me too lazy to iron for zoom meetings. I'd also like to use it for summer travel when we can.
We are checking this. We have received a white fabric recently, easy-care, with a bit of stretch.
This is made for comfort for people working for home.

Will try to revert in a couple of days after doing some checks and tests on it.
 

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