Just joined tonight and hope to contribute in the future. Unfortunately I'm rather busy (resident at a local hospital ) so my posts will be few and far between.
Introduce yourself. - Page 69
I am Mert and I live in Istanbul.Just turned 25.I work as an engineer for a big German automotive firm. Lived for a while in Europe, met a lot of people from everywhere around the world.
I now have a huge passion to start my own clothing company.The gears already started to roll. Want to learn some style and ideas from you all.(Rhymed quite nicely there :) )
Hello, I'm All Tatters and I'm from The Netherlands.
My interest in stylish clothing has recently increased after years of 'hibernation.' I'm especially interested in good shoes and better-fitting clothes because I'm tall and very thin and therefore most clothes tend to be baggy.
My very first 'international style' inspired shirt was a Tattersall, combine this with the fact that I'm far from satisfied with my current garderobe and you'll see how I arrived at my nickname. :)
For now I will mostly just read, especially in the Meermin/Carmina and other shoe threads.
I'm Hunter, been lurking for a while so decided I should make an account. I'm a law student in my late 20s in Seattle, WA. Through my early/mid 20s I tended towards the crappy jeans and t-shirts look, but had a bit of a road-to-Damascus moment where I realized that the best antidote for my young-for-my-age look is to dress it up a bit. My personal style lately is largely hybridized collegiate, with a penchant for mixing levels of formality, and sometimes for the unusual or whimsical. Living on a student budget, I'm always looking for good ways to balance looking good with not spending a bunch of money, and I'm a sucker for vintage and consignment.
I shop at J. Crew and Nordstrom mostly. Have used Trunk Club a few times and had a good experience. I have two pairs of Alden shoes and wear Clark's desert boots for casual wear. I'm a sucka for the chukka.
No tailored suits yet, but I see them in my future.
See you around!