- Jun 18, 2017
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Was it a remake of a Luxire pair or of another brand? I have no experience with Luxire but I'm wondering if I can have them copy a pair I already own from a different brand that fits me well.I just ordered my second pair of jeans which were a remake of a pair that for me really well. Was very happy with them. Perfect fitting jeans are amazing. Hard to comment on construction as I don’t know how to judge but seems very well made
it was another brand. Just a random pair of jeans that happened to fit me very well. No problem to send something in from another brand.Was it a remake of a Luxire pair or of another brand? I have no experience with Luxire but I'm wondering if I can have them copy a pair I already own from a different brand that fits me well.
exactly. I’d be very prescriptive in what you want in terms of stitching (type, color) etc. To make sure they also nail the details in a way that you want.Sounds great, so I can just send in any pair and they copy it?
do post the results. Am intriguedLuxire does leather - I never knew.
I saw their shoes and new bag selection, so I thought I'd ask.
My wife has a purse she got from target. It's cheap, but she loves the design. For Christmas, I'm sending it in to Luxire for them to re-create it in quality leather.
I can't believe they're going to do it, and at a reasonable price. We both look forward to the results!
That is all.
Seconded - Seema always makes sure my requests are submitted to the right people, and they have always delivered, and have without overstating it really gone above and beyond what I've asked for.Special thanks to Seema and everyone at @luxire
Am sure Seema will agree with you
I’ve never asked for different patterns between fabrics for shirts. I think the difference will be marginal - shirts will never fit quite as cleanly as a jacket or trousers so the minute changes probably don’t deliver much gainQuestion to those with experience. I have ordered shirts from Luxire many times before and am pretty statisfied with the fit. However I have always ordered shirts in heavier oxford fabrics and am now planning to buy a finer dress shirt. Do you use the same pattern for casual oxford shirts as you do for thinner dress shirts or do you make changes? If so, what changes do you make? Thanks!