Hello all, my name is David, I'm french-american and I live in Paris. And I guess I like jeans.
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Hi, My name is Anthony and I have started enjoying some of the great finds I've come across in thrift shops, closeouts, etc. I initially came here to try and learn to identify the best stuff. So far, I'm learning that and much more. It's awesome to see some of the clothing combinations on here!
Soon to be a freshman in college in the Midwest. I've been lurking for about a year and I figured I might as well make an account if I ever wanted to use B&S/Marketplace. (Hopefully some of these TOJs that everyone seems to be ordering go up in a few months). As a younger member, I'm on more of a budget than other posters so I'm all about deep sales, etc. Looking forward to learning! I might even post once in a while if y'all can put up with it.
I'm Michael Rodriguez and I have referred to your fine site to get answers to questions involving on-line tailors. In hindsight I would not have ordered an on-line measure suit because of my pet peeve regarding collar gap.
I'm a mid-westerner, born and raised with a wife a couple of kids. I wear suits at work and more interested in looking stylish that I'd admit in any other context.
Looked at the forum for a while, decided to make an account. Live in CT. Wear anything from brooks brothers to Jordan sneakers. I just like nice things and to look nice. Still in high school, and heavily influenced by both the yacht clubs I attend and the more street wear things worn by peers.
Memphis native, work in politics in Washington, D.C.
Interested in fashion - primarly classic stuff my grandfather would have worn. Addicted to J.Crew suits, Allen Edmonds Grayson loafers, pocket squares and patterned socks. Also love Taylor Stitch jeans out of San Francisco. Have a beard, like fly-fishing, and if I find something that fits just right, I'm as loyal a customer as they come.
Nice to meet y'all.
my name is stephen, and i live in the sartorial wasteland of Fresno, CA. additionally, its hotter than the surface of the sun here all summer. ive been a lurker for a couple of years now, but a recent thread caused me to come out of the woodwork.
i started to change the way i dress a couple years ago when i realized that i was 27 and still wearing graphic t-shirts, with really nothing appropriate for nice occasions. to complicate matters, i live in a rural area of california, where no one ever dresses nicely unless they are going to an interview. so even wearing a blue odd jacket/blazer here makes you out of place at many occasions. im trying to find the balance between being well dressed but not sticking out like a sore thumb or being the guy in the room who is "looking for attention" by dressing up.
i am here to learn mostly, and contribute occasionally when i think my contributions are helpful.
glad to finally be a member.
I'm Zach, I've been on here a few weeks (lurking a few months), and I'm a senior at a small college in Lancaster, PA. I'm seriously into watches (my daily wear is a Glashutte Original PanoMaticReserve) and fountain pens. But I've been changing what I wear substantially away from graphic tees and awful cargo pants thanks to some motivation from MFA over on reddit, posts here, and some financial reinforcement earned doing work this summer.
I'm not afraid to get shit on in WAYWT for bad fits, it's all about development and improvement.