hi im steve, my wardrobe consists of mostly Lee jeans i bought in the 80's,sweatshirts that i wear inside out when they get dirty and canvas sneakers..im in my 50's 5'8'' tall and a little bit portly.. any fashion tips you could give me would be greatly appreciated..
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Hello my name is Mick, and i am interested in STYLE rather than fashion.
I live in a town called Oldham in the north of England. My interests are classic scooters, Northen soul, ska , regggae and British guitar bands from The Who onwards.... I was brought here by the thread "Mod to Suedehead". My style of clothing is based very much around the classic mod and skinhead look, with a bit of 80s casual thrown in (don't worry its a UK thing !)
My passion for the clothing, the style and the music is such that I launched an online business a few years ago selling brands popular amongst followers of the afore mentioned "sub-cultures"
Southern Gent here. I'm in Atlanta, GA. Straight, Married, no kids. 35 years old (36 in a few short days).
I have, in the last year or so, begun to take my wardrobe more seriously (especially for work and nights out with my wife). I blame my wife and Social Primer. Around the house it's jeans mostly but for work or going out I'm a sport coat/blazer, trousers and dress shirt kind of guy. I wear suits sometimes but not as often as I would like. I rarely wear ties and haven't gone the bow tie route yet but I am curious. I don't mind wearing a tie except in the summer in the South. I guess I am somewhat preppy, conservative/traditional looks seem to suit me best.
You typically won't see me away from my house in a shirt without a collar.
I like Brooks Brothers a little too much and wearing seersucker even more.
I like good scotch and better cigars.
I have more shoes than a lot of women I know.
I'm fairly OCD about polishing my dress shoes - I do it myself and probably every 4th or 5th time I wear them. Some get polished more than they get worn.
Biggest pet peeve: lack of civility, manners etiquette etc.
Collin, graduate from University of Illinois. Lurked here for a long time and browse /r/MFA regularly (trying to stray from the "uniform" a bit). I like to adhere to the "French wardrobe" outlook on wardrobes, as well as being frugal (not cheap). Decided to become a part of the community, so hello!
We travel a lot - I'm a travel writer - and so have a lot of opportunity to check out tailoring and specialty shops in various cities. Hope to make a couple of good contacts here and learn a thing or three
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My name is Drew...I'm a long time lurker and finally decided I should create and account here.
I'm a graphic designer by trade but through a series of recent promotions and reorganizations I've been promoted and can basically no longer wear a sport shirt and jeans to the office, and I'm trying to build what I consider a professional wardrobe. I'm 30 years old now so I suppose it's high time I start dressing like an adult anyhow.
I have a fascination with diving & military field watches, wingtip & brogue shoes, and an appreciation of sartorial style (although I couldn't say I always subscribe to it.) I'm in desperate need of fitting advice so when I get some time I'll have my wife take some pics of my pathetically-fitting suit and maybe get some advice.
I'm new-ish to the world of fashion, and I'm slowly finding out what I like to wear based on style, quality, durability, etc. I like learning more so I can make more informed purchasing decisions, and this forum looks to be a great place for that.
I like Allen Edmonds shoes, and they're the first higher end articles of menswear I've owned (love the AE thread on here). I really need to figure out more about suits, though.
Glad to be here!