hello all im new member here..already got massage from admin..
im male 25 years old and i still college here lol
i interested for this forum for selling my stuff
thanks you cheerss
I've never found this website until tonight while looking for info on Korean tailors. How could I have missed this?
I've always cared about what I wear, but I'm not a clothes horse -- or snob. I hope. I've subscribed off and on to GQ and Details for years. I'm mainly a J. Crew kind of guy, but appreciate good shoes. And the best part about that is that I live in KY and am near the Zappos outlet. Yes, they have a real outlet, and you can get incredible deals on incredible shoes!
(Hedd Wyn was a famous Welsh poet.)
Hello all. My name is Nate, and I started working in sales last year. This is the first job I've had that requires wearing a suit every day.
I'm not a genius on fashion, but I really enjoy it. Actually, I enjoy anything nice: cars, watches, shoes, homes, wine, food. Etc.
I still have a quite a bit to learn. I have lurked these boards for a bit, and decided to join. I am looking to build a wardrobe, and add some more suits, shoes, etc.
I'm new. I wear very traditional clothing in my very traditional workplace. "Style" does not enter into it at all. Right now I have been lurking and now posting to learn about shoes, and care for them. Although I conform to the, narrow, standards of my office, I have been wearing cheap throwaway shoes. now wearing nice ones, but I love vintage, so always have questions about restoration and care. But if anyone has suggestions for nice travel blazers, lightweight, but well made and wrinkly resistant, I would be interested as well. Thanks.
Afternoon all. I've been using SF as a reference for several years, and finally decided to join in the fun. As the moniker suggests, I'm a fan of single malt Scotch (among other drams).
My tastes have shifted over the years from Milanese Italian (never been a huge fan of Neapolitan or Roman styles) to a more English aesthetic these days. I work in a fairly conservative field in which suits are required, and clothing helps convey a seriousness of purpose. I appreciate more adventurous style, but can't really indulge in it very much.
Finally, I blame this place and Ask Andy for ruining me by introducing me to Edward Green shoes.
Looking forward to learning from all of you, and hopefully contributing a bit.
new french guy in this forum. I already reading to other french forum, but I want to see more ! And of course I have to improve my english, so I think it's a good way to match hobby and learning.
I am looking for new inspiration and way of clothing (not european style). Thank you for reading.