Recent member, long time lurker. Glad to be part of this community!
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Hi everyone here ,
I'm Sonny I'm 23 , I'm half french half moroccan but feel like I'm a 100% American haha,
I love especially designer t shirt and maroquinerie , my favorites brands are Dior , Givenchy and Saint Laurent .
I'm working in ready to wear and real estate and investments , by the way if someone here would like to invest in Morocco , give me a sign
hope to meet some interesting people here and will do my best to help if I can !
I'm Stan. My username comes from the fact that practically all of my wardrobe (the wardrobe that I have fun with: sport coats, ties, etc.) is secondhand from my two older brothers' shared closet. When they left for college, they left their clothes. Not to mention that they'd never put on a jacket and tie in their lives. I'm only 17 and my desire to become well-dressed started when I got my first pair of brown chelsea boots. Which, looking back on them, are pretty ugly. I've since gotten a far sharper black pair with a more pointed toe. The main staple of my wardrobe at this point is a Joseph A. Bank 3/4 lined camel hair SC. You'd assume the jacket is large, boxy, and all-around ill-fitting. However, I think it's about a 38R whereas I'm around a 39-40, giving it a perfect fit in the chest and shoulders, but leaving my cuffs a bit too exposed. I'm okay with this though, because the feeling when the jacket is buttoned is perfectly flattering for my waist and shoulders. I'm in need of a semi-wide lapeled navy sport coat that's a light weight. I have sport coats of all sorts-from wool harris tweed (oversized); to a gray summer-weight jacket (mystery brand--thrifted); a dark brown glend plaid jacket by halston that fits perfectly; a gant tan corduroy jacket, and a light tan yves saint laurent raw silk jacket that is nearly painfully small, however the only truly summer-weight jacket I own. I wear mostly J. crew odd trousers--I've got 3 of each primary color- the yellow pair being bound for the back of the closet til next year soon, unfortunately.
Do reply if any of you are curious about the rest of my wardrobe, I'd love to continue talking about my semi-humble wardrobe!
Good Evening everyone. Very pleased to finally be a part of the Styleforum. I am a tailored clothing enthusiast and consultant.
I have built an interesting and diverse wardrobe over the years...some new items, some cool items from eBay etc. In some ways, I have become a collector (I'm to 48 suits and odd jackets) and find I keep some pieces around just because they represent sartorial excellent.
I recently started doing some work for my tailor and figured I should join up here as we are about to liquidate some inventory. We have a lot of interesting hand made old stock stuff from the likes of Norman Hilton, Oakloom, and HSM that I will post in the proper forum. Until then, I am excited to search around and participate in the discussions.
I found your form ion different occasions through a search on google about men's clothing, more specifically footwear.
I thought it would be more interesting for you and me if I could participate. I'm originally from Brussels (Belgium) where I
still live. My hopes are I will be able to join you on some group MTO ^^.
My name is Taro. I came across your site from a quick Google search about men's style. I'm the founder of Arthur Knight Shoes.
We at Arthur Knight Shoes specializes in quality designer's men and ladies footwear. If you would like to know about our shoes, please visit arthurknightshoes.co.uk.
As a shoe enthusiast for many years, I joined this forum for one reason: To share may experiences with shoes.
Though I'm usually under a busy schedule, I'll try my best to post a thread or two, reply to some threads, and do what I can to change the way we men should dress.
Hey guys whats up! My name is Mike, I'm from North New Jersey. I came across this site while searching for a new place where sunglasses may be appreciated. I've had a fixation with quality designer sunglasses for years, and I wanted a place where I could buy sell and trade sunglasses and this seems to be it!
Hi, my name is Derrick. I'm really excited to find a forum and website for like-minded people. I live in a place where style like mine/ours isn't as big as I'd like so it's really great to get together and talk Margiela. I'm pretty into posting so you'll probably see me around a lot.
I got really into Japanese designers for a while but I'm slowly moving towards more East Coast prep. I love thick sweaters, navy-inspired clothing and I have a weird weakness for elbow pads (for some reason, I always wear a hole in my right elbow). I got into fashion through home economics because in high school, I loved eating and didn't really want to get near a chainsaw.
I hope to get to know you all better. Thanks for having me!
Hi there! Name's Brett and I live in South Africa full time, but I do travel for business, which finds me in the States a lot.
Looking to help boost my sense of style by watching others with a bit more sense than I. I'm told what I wear can be updated quite a bit, but I find I have no idea what I'm looking for most of the time.
Looking forward to being an active participant in the forum.
Thanks for having me!
Joining in from Virginia, USA. Have been trying to redo my wardrobe since I have gone up sizes in clothing due to excessive gym time. A friend pointed me in this direction and said that since I am investing in my clothing now, it would be worth it to know what I am buying. I grew up in a rural area so I am very into the workwear look for my casual clothing. For work I typically go a bit more business casual with chinos and button ups.