Introduce yourself. - Page 182
Hi everyone, I am Zani from France.
I am addicted to clothes, especially suits and shirts.
We got many forums to talk about clothes in France, but it's a pleasure to talk in english and to share experience with people who dont live in France, above all concerning brands like TF (there are not a lot of topics about TF on those forums for example)
I hope to talk to you soon, and all my apologizes for my grammar mistakes but english is not my native language ^^
I'm Zack from Brooklyn.
May try to sell or buy some stuff here...if I'm ever allowed to. I like athletic, streamlined stuff. Very impressed with Nike's tiers these days. I also like Reigning Champ, CP, Oak, Sunspel, etc. etc., There's more, but I'm blanking.
Interested in starting a line some day that incorporates some of these influences in the basics space.
Greetings all, my name is Alexander and I'm from the UK.
I'm soon to graduate with a bachelor's degree in filmmaking and cinematography. My two passions in life are film and menswear.
I've finally decided to join the forum after lurking for some time and look forward to hearing from everyone.
I'm a Swede who just finished my sixth year at the University = six years of being poor. Now I am finally getting to work some --> mo money --> mo shoes --> less money.
Besides being interested in languages and craft beer , I love nice shoes and clothing, especially Italian sartorial stuff.
I you want to know anything about Sweden or how to interpret an ECG, send me a message.
I'm Matt. In a couple months, I'll be 17 -- so I'm still in high school. I'm an American (if high school wasn't an indicator) and I've lurked here for a little bit. Sadly, I don't have enough money to afford everything I'd like, clothes-wise. I go to a private school, so the wear of "dress clothes" is mandatory. The forum has definitely helped me with certain dressing styles, even in more casual clothes. But anyway, for school, I dress in Brooks Brothers. Yeah, there's better stuff for about the same money (I've seen all the people say how tailored clothes are at around $130-ish which isn't much more than what my parents pay for my clothes). Y'all seem very friendly, compared to some other forums I've ventured onto. Are there a lot of minors that come on here?
Greetings! I'm living in Colorado now but also lived in different states in the US and in England while I served in the Air Force. I've certainly learned much already which has saved me from making costly "bad" purchases but has also steered me to potentially very expensive purchases. The older threads are very helpful and I hope to make contributions in the future.
My name is Chris -- I live in Louisiana, an electronic addict and interested in learning about proper styles/fits/etc... trying to build up my wardrobe.
I am an IT Manager for a global seismic company that travels frequently.. more frequent traveling will increase in 2014 and beyond.
I am a smaller build guy -- only 5'6" and ~135#.. I wear a 28-30 waist (depending on the brand), and usually 30 length.
I normally dress more business casual than anything more formal.. but do want to build both sides of my wardrobe.
Will be doing a lot of reading/lurking/watching from a far -- but will have questions from time to time.
Edited by chris45 - 12/27/13 at 10:19pm
I'm Tom and I live in Canada's Capital, Ottawa.
I'm still new to the wardrobe rebuilding process ,one that will take effort and experimentation
I'm still in Uni and will graduate soon
What I really need are shoes, sweaters, t-shirts, and pants besides jeans. I seem to be lost somewhat
Anyways, I'll be lurking and offering input when possible. I'll also be responsive to the threads I start