Hey, Sarks here. I've lurked for about half a year, and while I'm comfortable with my style as it is, I'm always looking for new things to consider, new things to try. My wardrobe has been improving gradually, though not steadily, during the time I spent lurking, and I feel I am well versed enough to only ask stupid questions 90% of the time.
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Mikey is the name, I go by my last name as my first name at times as well, which is McClarron. I enjoy fashion for a number of different reason. Working in the industry as a Marketing Director for a streetwear brand, I'm naturally enamored in that specific area, but I'm a follower of high fashion trends and designers as well. I'm on Styleforum now to get new perspectives, opinions, outlooks, ideas, etc. from like minded individuals, as well as hopefully give some constructive input that may help others looking to further their knowledge. Cheers
Hey, just wanted to introduce myself and say hi. Like many I've been lurking here for some time. Over that time I've gained invaluable insight into proper clothing fit, color coordination, brands, garment construction, etc. I recently took a new job at a company that requires formal CBD attire (coming from a job that was "business casual"), so I'm excited about the prospect of slowly building a respectable wardrobe over the coming months and years. One thing I have definitely learned here is to not rush out and buy everything new all at once, so I'm starting to get a couple of pieces at a time.
Looking forward to chatting with everyone here on SF!
Hi, all. I've been lurking this forum for a good half-year now, and it's provided me with a ton of assistance in reassessing the way I dress. I'm still learning the basics of decent looks and such, but coming from over twenty years of just throwing on whatever was on the top of the stack, it's an exciting and encouraging process. These last few months I have been rebuilding my wardrobe from the ground up by purchasing core, basic articles, and bit by bit I'm starting to add new elements.
Thank you for all the help these boards have provided me. I've gleaned everything from opinions and reviews of brands and products, to tips for matching, to inspiration for different styles. I look forward to partaking in the discussions.
Now, it's time to post a pick in the WAYWT thread and get some feedback. Wish me luck.
I'm James, from Australia. I'm in IT, and my sense of fashion (and most of the people I work with, bosses included, it would appear) is absolutely atrocious.
I heard a lot about SF from over in Whirlpool forums (heh... mostly critical about how snobbish people can be) and decided to join up to see what it's all about. Hopefully I'll learn a little more about dressing and improve my own look while I'm at it!