Hi Michael from London in the UK.
I like clothes, records & Girls.
I should grow up really.
I'm galvic. I just joined about an hour ago. I came here from posting on Reddit's /r/malefashionadvice for about a year. /r/mfa really helped me get my shit together as evidenced here:
That about covers the basics for me. Anyway I came here because I felt I've graduated from the beginner level and want to learn more. Look forward to getting to know you all.
I'm d-squared. Just joined today but I've checked out Styleforum for years. Lots of great advice and ideas. I'm not much of a fashion guy but I know exactly what I like and often it tends to be basic or rugged or classic (as in "essential no-frills classic" and generally not a high style view of classic). In any case, thanks for having me. I'm a coffee roaster and small business owner. I'm into playing soccer, reading Vonnegut, riding Moto Guzzi bikes, and traveling. It occurs to me that one question about clothes I've never had answered is: why is it so horrendously difficult to find anything (pants ideally) made of moleskin (that great, soft, durable-as-iron fabric)? Cheers.
Hello to all. I lurked on here for a bit trying to find the right pair of double monks. This forum introduced me to AE, which has become my favorite affordable non-sneaker shoe manufacturer. Otherwise I'm a coffee and wine snob. Web developer by day, snowboarder by winter and all year round denim head. Heres to spending hard earned money on overpriced gear!
I'm a 28 year old politico and soon-to-be law student. I live in Denver, have 2 dogs and a girlfriend of 7 years. I've always been a street wear kind of guy (Crooks & Castles, Play Cloths etc). I've always been able to dress well when the situation arose but now I need to start dressing for my age and profession. I've been lurking for awhile and completing my due diligence but if there are any must reads besides the standards, please point them out to a noob. I appreciate the sense of humor around here and am looking forward to participating. Thanks guys, for building this great forum.