Luxire Custom Clothing - Official Affiliate Thread

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  1. Zarium

    Zarium Senior member

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    I asked for a cutaway collar. I was told this used to be their old English spread collar, but they're now using a more conservative spread.

    Same here - love the fabric. I wish I got it made up in a buttondown collar. Cutaway collars don't look good unbuttoned and without a tie. [​IMG]
     


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    any chance you can make tab collars?
     


  3. luxire

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    Certainly yes. I do have one in production at this moment. Will post an image of it in the next few minutes.
     


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    Now that's what I call dedication :p
     


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    clearly they're a bit liberal about the word 'few' :smarmy:
     


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    [​IMG]

    Tab-collar - Straight out of the machine, hasn't been through finishing yet
     


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    Absolutely beautiful. Can anyone tell me, are there any disadvantages to a one-piece collar? Are they floppy?
     


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  12. luxire

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    LUXIRE CUSTOM CELEBRATES ITS FIRST THANKSGIVING
    LUXIRE THANKSGIVING SPECIAL


    FREE ACCESSORY WITH EACH SHIRT ORDER
    LEATHER PACK WITH COLLAR STAYS / HAND ROLLED POCKET SQUARE


    LIMIT ONE PER CUSTOMER
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    Took these photos for some feedback on fit from Luxire, but I thought I'd post them here. The other two shirts are a Kiton and RLPL.

    The fit of the Luxire shirts are far superior. RTW shirts just don't work for me. The Luxire shirts both have unfused collars and cuffs, the Kiton/RLPL are fused.

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    Do I get one?! [​IMG]
     


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    ^^ Cool. I think you need a slightly bigger armhole measurement and perhaps a bit more curve in the armhole to reduce bunching under your arms. Other than that, pretty good really. As long as they aren't too tight around the midsection - they look a little tight but it's impossible to tell from a front on photo. And 10x better than the other two shirts.

    *edit maybe also reduce the shoulder measurement slightly, it's a slim fit shirt so would look better with half an inch less in the shoulder in my opinion, fine as is though.
     
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