Luxire Custom Clothing - Official Affiliate Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luxire, Jun 20, 2012.

  1. SeamasterLux

    SeamasterLux Senior member

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    Very good looking trousers yo'uve got there. I am still considering launching an order with Luxire but somewhy I'm a bit concerned of the fit.

    Anyway, I think we have a similar issue (I'm approx. 5'9). While I used to wear low rise pants in order to appear taller (front rise between 8.75 and 9" in the past), I realized that most of the times, it made the belt waist visible which isn't very classy IMHO. Now I'm wearing 9.5-10" max and it does look better, more manly.

    Still, it's a big discussion for short guys.
     
  2. Osiris2012

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    Got my first Luxire today, really happy with how it turned out, thought I would have made mistakes with the measurements first time around but seems to have been bang on. About a 2 week turn around time too so better than I was expecting. Will def be ordering some more.
     
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    Just a silly question. I'm thinking of a two-buttoned collar but as it is not listed can I pick "custom" instead and tell them what I want like collar band height, collar point length?
     
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    Yep. You can customise virtually any detail of any garment. Just be sure to state your specifications clearly.
     
  5. luxire

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    emptym Moderator Moderator

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    Wonderful. Love the oat, gray, and green cavalry twills in particular, and all the herringbone tweeds.
     
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    Those cavalry twills are nice, but 20–21 oz seems a bit much for trousers (I think—I'm still learning about this). What are they intended for?
     
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    Luxire,

    Do you have any maroon pant options (besides this one) that haven't been added to the website yet? Thanks.
     
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    the new dugdale tweeds, those can be used for jackets also right?
     
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    Keep in mind that the lower part of the body can withstand heavier fabric weights.
     
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    PtrckHmphrys Senior member

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    So Will Boehlke continues to claim. I'm all for heavier fabrics, but isn't 20 oz topcoat weight?
     
  12. luxire

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    Finally, a "real" Royal Oxford:

    300/4 - Softest, finest fabric for shirts.

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    How does this fabric hold up to wrinkles? I had a shirt made in the luxury white and the material was very nice, but it wrinkled when I looked at it for too long. I am not looking for wrinkle free, but looking for something that wrinkles less than the luxury fine white. Thanks
     
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    It wrinkled when you looked at it? Damn.
     
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    Another pair shipped yesterday. A bit shorter and .5" taken from the thighs. Off-white linen. Can't wait!
     

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