Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luxire, Jun 20, 2012.
Vintage style jeans: pocket detailing ,three buttoned waistband and side adjusters
They are um, interesting.
Do you (or anyone else) have the Light Blue Brembana and the (sold out) Blue University Stripes by chance and could coment on the color?
Clicking at the banner at the starting page
brings me to the Light Blue Brembana, but I suspect the shirt shows the oder Blue University Stripes, since the blue stripes seem to be darker.
My blue university stripes are lighter than those.
Same here. I thought I had the Light Blue, but I have the Blue, which is a pale light blue, I'd say:
To make shipping samples or any items for alteration easier, faster and reliable, we are implementing a system whereby a shipping label can be ordered and the item can be picked up by Fedex/DHL.
We have tried negotiating good rates and also subsiding a part of the cost to keep it affordable. We have standardized the rates from most of the countries to $20 for a small packet. It is not very expensive as compared to the post office, except may be for US customers sending samples, who have the cheaper option for shipping to NJ. We will keep the NJ option for now while we work on bringing the cost down further.
The shipping label will be generated manually so please allow 2 days for us to send the same to you. If not sent in 48 hours, do send us an email as reminder.
Can be ordered here: http://custom.luxire.com/products/prepay-for-shipping-an-item-to-us
As always, feedback welcome.
This sounds great, but the dropdown on the linked page and the table below it don't seem to match up.
One says Class A and Class B, the other says Group A and Group B, and the pricing for Class B 1 item is $40, whereas in the table Group B's 1 item charge is $20.
I'm assuming "ITEM:1" means Items: 1, and "ITEM:2" means Items:2, etc.?
And what do you mean that the costs are an indicative cost, with extra items billed back to the customer?
I'm happy with the results after sending in my best-fitting dress shirt for replication. Now I'm looking to get some pants done as well.
1) Are dress pants more tricky to get right?
2) What is your opinion on sending in dress pants for replication?
3) On another note, how does the fabric compare to say, EP and Howard Yount? I like the bowery-slim-cut from Jcrew but the fabric leaves much to be desired.
4) And a slight bump to my existing inquiry about fit to consolidate answers.
As for the new shirt being shown, the seersucker stripe shirt is amazing. Great recommendation from the SF members!
Lighter than the picture at the starting page or than the macro picture at the page for the Light Blue Brembana Stripes?
Now I remember having a swatch of the Blue University Stripes somewhere. If I recall correctly, the blue was almost the same shade as the (solid) Classic Blue Oxford and the white was not as ecru as the Blueish Green University.
So, either the picture at the first page shows a different fabric or it is just the lighting/post processing.
A suit is two items, I assume?
So shipping to the USA is officially no longer free? That's fine, I'm just making sure
Mine are equal to NOBDs.
It could also be the Navy University Stripes Oxford on the banner.
Please do not eliminate the NJ option for US customers. I think this is the best option to safely send in garments to be copied. My .02 anyway.
Luxire is talking about shipping stuff to them.
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