Joining in ... you can call me kirker. I'm a law student who was sartorially ruined at a young age by the fact that my father had a closet full of Brionis and various Savile Row bespoke suits. Nowadays I spent undue amounts of time scouring stores (mostly online ones) for the best bargains on fine menswear across the board.
Suitwise, I have four Brionis, an Isaia and a "cheap" Zegna. You can probably guess my favorites. I had a Kiton for a while, but was offered too good a deal on it to pass up. Although law is a generally somber field, I try to push the envelope at least a bit with interesting shirt & tie combos under the suits (which are all variations of dark blue and charcoat, including chalk stripes and a glen plaid).
I wear cap-toe Ferragamos (NOT Studios) and almost nothing else, at least for dress shoes. For casual wear, I do a high-low mix: I'll pair a Helmut Lang shirt and black Varvatos lace-up boots with a pair of Uniqlo jeans I got on sale for twenty bucks. I'm particularly partial to Prada Sport in terms of casual shoes.
I look forward to soliciting feedback on my sartorial choices in the coming months and years. I have to start wearing a suit to work daily for the first time ever in two weeks, once my post-1L internship begins. (Note that I'm 32, a relative latecomer to law school, and spent close to a decade in the dot-com world wearing decidedly more casual wear.)