I'm Ty. I live in the worst dressed state in the U.S. I like clothes and I am always not paying attention in class to become more sartorial inclined. Looking to learn a lot and not be a fuccboi.
I am Lauden. I am a university student who cannot stand working at restaurants any longer. After falling in love with Put This On and Street Etiquette, I have decided to attempt to support myself by selling used menswear on online.
I have been thrifting since I was a child (whatever clothes my mother did not make herself were sourced at the local Salvation Army), and hope to find the best picks from my local area then clean and refurbish them and ship them off to the fancy people.
Personally, I like mildly conservative clothing with a touch of flair. Simple and bold looks that hark back to classic menswear without being pretentious. And while this is might be a good plan to support myself, the biggest hurdle will be to not keep everything I find for myself!
I'm John, 25 years old. Prior to the last year or so, I was one of "those" guys. Shopped for clothes at Hot Topic, wore a trench coat, wore other coats simply to look "cool", and yes, I was even a fedora nerd for a while. Between being single, desperate, and lonely, I had no drive to change up my fashion sense until some people on a forum said the way I dress would be one step to improve my self-confidence and my chances at getting a date. I turned to my friends and they took me to the mall a few times to get me started. Since summer of last year, I've been blowing a number of paychecks trying to find new clothing that would acclimate my new style. No more simply wearing trendy black gamer T-shirts, a pair of shorts, and wearing my socks up to my calves. I started wearing more polos, button shirts, matching clothes, and yes, even scarves, and continue to improve my wardrobe whenever I can.
Right now, I'm looking into getting a pair of brown high-top walking shoes (I find them under "boots" on the JCPenney store) and a few more hoodies and button shirts to wear. I'm here so I can continue improving my fashion sense and hope I'll get the chance to help other people who were in my situation once.
I am from London after moving here two years ago from Durban. I am just finishing up my third year at university before doing some traveling. I was introduced to Style Forum by another member here who shares my similar non standard proportions and was nice enough to lend me some shirts for an interview.
Hello everyone, I wanted to make sure I stopped by this thread and introduced myself. I love dressing it up and appreciate everyones opinion on here. I came across this forum by googling various fashion questions as i'm sure many of you have. This site always came up so I decided to join and post a question for an event I have this Friday. Feel free to chime in if you have a moment.
Hi, I'm from the rainy Pacific Northwest, and I might be a little different from many here because in clothing I first look at function before I look at form. Though I used to pretty much ignore the latter, these days I'm trying to give them more equal weight. I've very active every day with biking and various hobbies, so I'm interested in functional and high-performing garments that also look good. Stuff that I can do anything I want to in and still present myself well, so I don't have to change my clothes all the time. I will rarely compromise for constricting or useless garments no matter how good they look, and that means that my options are severely limited, but I'm up for a challenge!