Hi, I'm oscool27 living in Chino Hills, California. I'm in college and recently started getting interested in menswear and dressing better so I'm still fairly new.
Introduce yourself. - Page 153
A clothes and shoe lover with a bias to professional clothing. A few observations:
- Brown is for elderly, not for young guys as the pictures here every time confirm.
- Double breasted is for heavy hitters and lightweights should tread careful as it quickly becomescaricature or trying to hard.
- Pocketsquares should be used tastefuly or not at all. It's optional, not a requirement as many people seem to think.
Ryan here, a horribly unfashionable and mildly unkempt "gentleman" from Nova Scotia, Canada. Trying to glean some tips from the general population here, although being a bigger guy with 13-14 wide feet much of the content here escapes me
Anyway, glad to be here!
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hey, I'm Nick, 19 years old from atl but I go to school in baltimore.
denim addict, I've owned and heavily worn pairs from a variety of brands including dior, lvc and w+h.
uhh my style's pretty basic, I like to keep it clean and minimalistic. I wear what I like and beat my clothes, esp denim and shoes, to death.
favorite brands are probably w+h/rc, visvim and wtaps. I like the mix of classic, fairly simple styles (w+h/rc) with the more unique styles that japanese brands have to offer. but I try and appreciate just plain good style, and I'm always open to new things.
I try and be as down-to-earth as possible, and I'm always up for a good conversation whether I know ya or not.
been active on hypebeast for a while, but ya'll seem pretty cool so I'm tryin to expand my horizons a bit. hope I was right.
looking forward to becoming a part of the styleforum fam, hope you guys'll have me.
My name is Jon and as my nickname goes, I gots no game. I stumbled onto this forum while looking for shoe brands that offer comfort and quality but at a reasonable price and was just in time for the 2013 AE tent sale (thanks guys!). For now, I'm just trying to find more info on quality shoe products and shoe care.
Long time admirer of those with good fashions, but am finally in a position where I can flex my fashion muscle. I work in the marketing/sales industry so I have a real incentive to look good. I'm a fan of classic styles personally, but I typically rock business casual style, with a nice dress shirt and some jeans/dress shoes.
Although, this summer I've expanded more into boat shoes, khaki or light jeans and polo's. A my girlfriend flatteringly described me, I look like a poor version of the richkidsofinstagram (which she meant as a compliment!).
Young guy, slim build and looking to expand my knowledge of the classic style of dressing.
Looking forward to learning more.
Hi all! My name is Josh. I've recently gotten back into men's fashion. I'm at a point where I've got the disposable income to buy myself a few nice pieces and I'm always on the lookout for great clothes at a bargain. I like fairly classic looks. Oxford shirts and oxford shoes with a pair of pants with a bit of color are always great. I work from home, so I rarely have to impress a boss. I wear nice clothes because i like them.
Looking forward to learning a lot while I'm here.
Mid 20s male in the California Bay Area (mid peninsula). I prefer denim and button snaps for my everyday wear. Usually have some Redwings strapped around my ankles. Looking on diversifying my look while enhancing what I have. Always appreciate input and recommendations.
As far as what I wear... heres an attached picture of what I have on now. That should give you the gist. Tattooing for a living means I need to dress more street casual than dressy because its a bitch when you get a drop of tattoo ink on some clothing that broke your budget when you bought it. Ralph lauren and levis kinda guy reporting in
Hey guys and gals (if there are any on here) I'm Johnny, a 38 year old design slave to three newspapers... I'm into old VW's, brunettes and drinking beer, preferably good craft beer that you have to pay through the nose for. I'm not massively into designer clothes or that catwalk shit that no-one would be seen dead in, but I like a good pair of selvedge jeans and box fresh Vans.
Oh, and I'm vegan so I regularly get pissed off that trainer companies insist on covering all their nice trainers in dead animal skin, and when they don't, they use frickin animal based glues... are you listening New Balance!!!!
Weird that this feels like a dating forum right now and I'm trying to sell myself to you... I'm straight by the way before anyone gets any ideas!!!!