- May 26, 2012
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My bad. I DID mean pleat. Thanks. I searched and the standard is around 1 inch depth. I'm seeking the deepest depth that can be obtained without having to make significant changes to the hip or other areas of the trouser.I assume you meant pleat - I believe Luxire answered this maybe 10 pages back, you might be able to find it by searching depth
lining in the front to the knee for particularly scratchy fabrics (or extremely transparent, though I prefer to avoid those entirely). Vbc 4 ply shouldn’t need lining.To what length do you all recommend lining your Luxire trousers? Any preference for specific lining?
Follow-up question. Would it be appropriate to have VBC 4-ply tropical wool trousers lined?
Thanks! Looks like it was configured to be $75 before tax. So, cart value needed to be $90 post tax.Just to let you know: This does not work correctly yet, at least not with the regular checkout. Out of curiosity I picked a shirt for 79,99 Euros and the site adds a 15 Euros shipping fee.
These sound comfy. Please post pictures to the website as soon as you made actual trousers out of these fabrics!
Please send me a PM with your email id. I can check with the team and reply.Hi,
I have had some trouble with getting a good fit for your pants in the past but are thinking about trying again when I heard you had a algorithm that ensured a better fit for all. I have one pair of pants that I bought from you that are pretty close to what I consider a good fit. I have taken a few pictures of me wearing the pants and would like an expert opinion on what measurements I should change. I have asked your general support for advice before and have got pretty generic and unspecific replies. Is there another way to get a professional to give me some advise?