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post #121 of 152
Used to love the bespoke information and now I enjoy the random abuse available on SF..
post #122 of 152

I stumbled on the forum when I first developed an interest in improving my style. I lurked for a bit then signed up. I've learned a lot in the relatively short time I've been here. Also, I find the other forums (general chat, entertainment and culture etc) an interesting place to discuss/read about other topics of interest to me.

post #123 of 152

I'm new here but I can see why SF is addicting, you can find so many information in here.

post #124 of 152

It's a great place to learn about many things, style, news, etc.

post #125 of 152
I started lurking when I was an SA at Nordstrom to increase my knowledge of fines menswear that other associates didn't develop. I stayed because I found B&S and I have Guinness taste and a Blatz Beer budget
post #126 of 152
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Originally Posted by Metlin View Post

SF got me into bespoke and raised the bar of good clothing. While one may or may not have the style and carriage of the rock-star posters, it's certainly something to aspire towards. And there certainly was enough there. Quite honestly, outside of a handful, such as Spoo, medtech_expat, Foo etc -- or more recently coolpapaboze -- there aren't a whole lot of posters whose style I admire and attempt to emulate. So in the absence of that, I come here for the camaraderie and the snark.

Yup, still the combination of style and snark from a handful few posters.
post #127 of 152
I'm interested in bathroom decor and design, and SF is the only online forum that allows me to see what other people are doing.
post #128 of 152
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

I'm interested in bathroom decor and design, and SF is the only online forum that allows me to see what other people are doing.

lol8[1].gif

Finest piece of social commentary I have read in a long while.
post #129 of 152
I've been visiting/lurking regularly for plus 4 years. Maybe it was better before then, but I still learn something everytime I log on. I would never have heard of carmina, drakes or Capelli to mention a few without sf. And allthough I'll probably never be able to justify a bespoke commission to my family, it's still very inspiring to look at the best in the business.
post #130 of 152
I came here to take the piss and have a break from work. The place for Procrastination
post #131 of 152
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post #132 of 152
i return to SF hoping to see that vox has poasted again. he is missed.

or vox poasting to say that moo is missed. he is missed.
post #133 of 152
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

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Make that avatar go away, please!
Is Mr. Spoo preparing a special post for the "official" 20k mark?
post #134 of 152
Used to come here daily to read up on the great posts about Bespoke clothing/shoes etc, and reading up on constructive posts when people used to ask for help, especially from Manton, Foo, Despos etc. I remember foo and vox discussing the different type of sticking in the shoulders of their rubinacci/steed jackets, and lets not forget the epic Brioni vs Kiton debates. Now i come on every couple of days when i need to laugh, Its hilarious when someone asks for help and everyone goes to town on him "use the search feature noob". Oh and ill never get over the "why would you spend more than $200 on a suit when you can get one made in HK/Bangkok/Manila/random 3rd world country for 1/1million the price!"
post #135 of 152
that maybe one day Phat Guido will post again
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