Luxire Custom Clothing - Official Affiliate Thread

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

  1. cbfn

    cbfn Senior member

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    They covered it on my last order when I did pay $25, but have recently changed backed to the old system for Norwegian customers.
     


  2. Bakkerrr

    Bakkerrr Active Member

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    You mean you didn't have to pay for shipping and then got hit with customs?
     


  3. ErikJN

    ErikJN Senior member

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    The new shipping T&Cs only apply to a couple of countries, Norway is one of them. Thing is that instead of the $25 shipping - all duties paid method, we now pay $15 for shipping but are responsible for all duties.
     


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    afc345 Senior member

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    The costs of i.e. one shirt is now the price of the shirt, plus shipping and then 25% vat and toll fees. Would also probably have to pay dhl's criminal toll processing fees as well.

    I think the shipping time is slower compared to fedex too.
     


  5. Frank Drebin

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    I'd be interested in racing green, brick red and wine.
     


  6. EFV

    EFV Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I'd like to see a really light blue pique, and Khaki.
     


  7. ammanati

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    The seersucker fabric in action. Absolutely love this shirt. Highly recommended to everyone, even though it is $20 more expensive now.
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  8. gobbledok

    gobbledok New Member

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    @luxire, do you think you could source a fabric (3/4 wool 1/4 cotton) similar to that used to make replica Browns Beach clothing (that isn't ridiculously expensive)?

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  9. luxire

    luxire Affiliate Vendor Affiliate Vendor

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    If there is sufficient interest, we can get the fabrics made. Making the clothing is relatively straight forward.

    I believe the brand is now dead and a few companies are doing some reproductions.
     


  10. submatrix

    submatrix Well-Known Member

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    Looks great, well done! Would also like to know the collar deets.

    Also, did you have to specify anything other than length to get a shirt that works untucked? How well does the shirt stay tucked in at this length?

    In my future orders I'm thinking of attempting to get shirts that would work both untucked and tucked so I can swap between casual and a little dressier.
     
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  11. An Acute Style

    An Acute Style Senior member

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    That collar looks amazing. Great roll for a non button down. Details please.
     


  12. emptym

    emptym Moderator Moderator

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    Excellent. If another three, then I'd go with Wine, Racing Green, and medium Grayish Brown. But light gray's not a bad idea, particularly if heathered. I also like Clapy's stripe, if that's possible.
     
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  13. An Acute Style

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    I know that everyone has preferences, but I think light grey would sell the best of all the colors. I'd personally like to see a pale yellow and a pale pink.
     


  14. Monkeyface

    Monkeyface Senior member

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    A very pale blue, like a dress shirt, would be nice.
     


  15. clapeyron

    clapeyron Senior member

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    if I had to guess best sellers, I'd rank crisp white #1, then pale blue and then khaki or white with navy stripes. no agenda.
     


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