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@luxire If i want to make the jeans length as it is with the jean stitching, do I select no cuffs or jean style with foldable hem? Im asking because the option with jeans style with foldable hem has a cuff height selector and im not sure if the jeans will made longer with the given length+ the cuff height for that option.
 

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Does anyone here have a pair of the ready to wear Dugdale grey flannel dress pants? I'm looking to get a pair but I'm not sure what the fit is like. I'd prefer them to be more on the slim side than the classic side. The price is making me want to get a pair of ready to wear pants first but really want them to not be too baggy.
@luxire Could you advise?
 

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@luxire Do I understand it correctly that if the outseam / pant length is the same, reducing inseam will only lower the crotch point, as illustrated in my simple graphics below? If so, inseam doesn't really affect length or trouser break, right?
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Roughly, inseam+front rise = outseam (Not exactly, but about)
This maths must be followed, else the pants pattern will not have the right shape.

If you want to make the pants longer at the ankle point, increase inseam AND outseam. Similarly, if you want to make pants shorter at ankle, decrease inseam AND outseam.

If you want to make the pants sit higher on the waist, increase outseam, front-rise and backrise.

If in doubt, consult us over email. We suggest that you do not make changes you do not understand well.
 

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Does anyone here have a pair of the ready to wear Dugdale grey flannel dress pants? I'm looking to get a pair but I'm not sure what the fit is like. I'd prefer them to be more on the slim side than the classic side. The price is making me want to get a pair of ready to wear pants first but really want them to not be too baggy.
@luxire Could you advise?
They were made to our "slim pattern", which is now our default.
 

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Could somebody kindly tell if RTW Dugdale worsted trousers are unlined or lined to the knee? @luxire?
I believe they are unlined?
That is a good and easy question to send over email to customer service. You can be sure of getting the right answer faster.
 

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@luxire I just realized I may have been ordering my Luxire pants all wrong. For the pants I've been ordering, I wanted no crease in the leg, and a style similar to the Proper Cloth Chinos or 5-Pocket pants (What are 5-Pocket Pants? - Proper Cloth Reference - Proper Cloth ). But I chose the 'chino' style, so I ended up with pants that have a crease in the leg. Is the correct course for me to order these pants in the 'jeans' style? Here are two examples of the pants I've ordered. I'd like to have the style shown in pictures:
Olive Stretchable Jeans – Luxire Custom Clothing
Indigo Canvas Pants – Luxire Custom Clothing
 

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@luxire I just realized I may have been ordering my Luxire pants all wrong. For the pants I've been ordering, I wanted no crease in the leg, and a style similar to the Proper Cloth Chinos or 5-Pocket pants (What are 5-Pocket Pants? - Proper Cloth Reference - Proper Cloth ). But I chose the 'chino' style, so I ended up with pants that have a crease in the leg. Is the correct course for me to order these pants in the 'jeans' style? Here are two examples of the pants I've ordered. I'd like to have the style shown in pictures:
Olive Stretchable Jeans – Luxire Custom Clothing
Indigo Canvas Pants – Luxire Custom Clothing
Yes, Jeans style is good. You can also simply send us an email requesting for "no ironed crease/flat fold"
 

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Yes, Jeans style is good. You can also simply send us an email requesting for "no ironed crease/flat fold"
Thanks. If I go the 'jeans style' route, are the rivets and everything else on the pants the exact same as are on the jeans, or are they different to match the color of the fabric?
 

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My fit is dialed in now with Luxire and it's OCBD time -

Does anyone have any pics of the Mercer collar vs. some of the other options (luxire b.d., kamakura, etc.)?

It's hard to envision from the drawings on the site.

I'm looking for something with a good roll but not ostentatious (sometimes S&M's collars look great, sometimes they're a bit much, so I'd like something almost that high).

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!
 

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Two website questions ...

Is there a "trial pants" page? The link in the menu goes to 404. The Trial Shirts page link works fine.

Is there way to stop the newsletter popup from re-appearing on every single page I navigate to? It's really discouraging me from putting together a possible purchase.
 

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Does anyone have experience having a suit made? I want to have a suit replicated but not a fan of the fabric options on their website. Is it possible for them to source a fabric of your choice? Are they fully canvased?
 

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Does anyone have experience having a suit made? I want to have a suit replicated but not a fan of the fabric options on their website. Is it possible for them to source a fabric of your choice? Are they fully canvased?
I’ve had a linen suit replicated with a linen fabric which went pretty well. I’ve also gone through the in-person trunk show Bespoke fitting process which led to several suits, a tuxedo, and a jacket. The. Bespoke/subsequent e-spoke has been a bit more of a process but overall I have been happy with the results. Luxires techniques seemed to evolve with every purchase. They were able to source various fabrics for me. Their base is half canvass machine made, but each detail can be upgraded from there. Id suggest reaching out to customer service directly.
 

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I’ve had a linen suit replicated with a linen fabric which went pretty well. I’ve also gone through the in-person trunk show Bespoke fitting process which led to several suits, a tuxedo, and a jacket. The. Bespoke/subsequent e-spoke has been a bit more of a process but overall I have been happy with the results. Luxires techniques seemed to evolve with every purchase. They were able to source various fabrics for me. Their base is half canvass machine made, but each detail can be upgraded from there. Id suggest reaching out to customer service directly.
Thanks for the reply - I do plan to reach out to customer service.
Out of curiosity, what was the pricing for the sourced fabric?
 

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Thanks for the reply - I do plan to reach out to customer service.
Out of curiosity, what was the pricing for the sourced fabric?
It varied and while a few purchases were Black Friday or other promotional related, they were always transparent on the pricing of the fabric vs cost of making garment, etc.
 

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