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post #2791 of 4638

Whats up guys Im Tesh Im a college student and am working on improving my style but when it comes to professional dressing I feel I need some work so thats why I decided to join.

But Yea im Tesh nice to meet everyone.

post #2792 of 4638

Hey all,

 

My name is Jessie. I've just recently got into dressing better for myself. I went from being completely unaware of what to do last year to coming into my own throughout the months. I'm really interested in Americana wear and a lot of business casual stuff. 

I'm kind of in the middle of weight sizes just sizing down from a medium and starting to fit into smalls thanks to all the running I've been doing the past year. So it's a strange transition that some things fit in the waist but not the chest. But either way I look forward to being able to look nicer and feel better for myself.

 

Currently also a member over at Reddit's MFA group and post there are as well under the same username.

post #2793 of 4638

Greetings. I'm an occasional lurker that has been coming by more often to read up on brands that I like.  My rotation these days is performance fabrics (Outlier, Proof) and well-made American companies that do the majority, if not all, their manufacturing in the US (Taylor Stitch).  Throw in a designer or heritage brand here and there and there you have it.  Looking forward to learning something new and staying current on my favorite styles.

post #2794 of 4638
Hello all, I'm a longtime lurker and recent member. I've been interested in menswear for a couple years but within the last year became focused on establishing a wardrobe of classic staple articles and began a relationship with a local tailor. Would be lost without this site, from the advice to sale notices, it's been great.
post #2795 of 4638

Hi all-

 

My name is Robin and I have over 15 years of luxury retail management experience.  (Brooks Brothers, Saks and Neimans).  I love dressing men and making them look terrific.  (You are all MUCH easier than women.)  I have my own business WellHungHangers.com, luxury lacquered hangers that are beautiful and necessary if you want to keep your clothing looking that way.  If you want a woman's opinion, just ask, I'll be happy to help.

post #2796 of 4638

I've been a lurker here for at least 3 years, but haven't felt like I could add to any of the threads so I just stayed out, trying to glean as much info as possible.  I grew up on a farm where tennis shoes with black pants, white shirt and tie were "dressing up" for church.  No fault to my parents, they did the best with what they had and they are amazing, "salt of the earth," people.

 

Anyway, I'm a recently graudated Chiropractor and opened up my own practice (by far the most stressful thing I've ever done in my life).  Wife, 4 kids, responsibilities at church, and my practice keep me quite busy.  

 

Happy to be an official member on here and hope to contribute as much as I'm able.

post #2797 of 4638

Greetings

 

I'm Francesco and I'm half of an artisanal shoemaking laboratory in Rome, Italy. I've always had a passion for quality shoes and since I could not find them anymore, I've decided to learn how to build them. We are among the last shoemakers in Rome and we are actively trying to save the dying Roman shoe style.

I've been a lurker since the old forum graphics :)

post #2798 of 4638
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Greetings

 

I'm Francesco and I'm half of an artisanal shoemaking laboratory in Rome, Italy. I've always had a passion for quality shoes and since I could not find them anymore, I've decided to learn how to build them. We are among the last shoemakers in Rome and we are actively trying to save the dying Roman shoe style.

I've been a lurker since the old forum graphics :)

 

That's very interesting. Would you consider starting a thread to show examples of the Roman shoe style?

post #2799 of 4638

I'll do as soon as I do better photos of our work :D

post #2800 of 4638
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I'll do as soon as I do better photos of our work :D


Cool.. Looking forward to seeing them.

post #2801 of 4638
Hello everyone my names cliff, I'm probably come from a different field then most here.

I'm an ex tattoo artist who now works at a small law firm now. Ive become more interested in style over the last few months. I mostly stick to darker colors and patterns, because light colors usually show my tattoos a good amount. So if anybody could point me in the direction of thicker dress shirts that would be very helpful. Located in the US.
post #2802 of 4638

New member here.  I'm Rick from Ohio.  Just ordered a new pair of White's  Bounty Hunter boots.  Was searching around the web and found this place.  Lots of good info here.  

post #2803 of 4638

Greetings!  I'm a menswear enthusiast from Sydney Australia and pleased to be part of your community. 

post #2804 of 4638

Hey Guys...I'm Sean and I live in downtown NYC. I am a real estate investor/developer and a fairly casual guy. Typical attire is jeans (prefer APC these days) and sport coats or a Barbour jacket. I happened upon Styleforum while researching options for brogue boots online, which led me to purchase my first pair of Trickers earlier this week at Grahame Fowler (I bought a pair of black Stow boots and am loving them). I am a bit of a watch geek, with a penchant for vintage Tudors and Rolexes, particularly unusual pieces from the 60s and 70s.

 

Glad to be a part of the Styleforum community! Regards

post #2805 of 4638

Hi all,

Chazz from Edmonton Alberta here, although I wouldn't be surprised if half of you don't know where that is.. I'm 20 years old, been working  as a power engineer for the past 2 years. I always strive to be the best dressed man in the room, don't ask me why as I'm really not sure. I mostly wear denim and chino's with polo's/ button downs as I don't get to wear my suits nearly as often as I would like. And that's all I got for now.

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