I'm STF4, and live in Pennsylvania. As someone who has appreciated the finer styles of men's clothing since I was a teenager, spurred on by a passion for classic movies, I am happy to be here. On Christmas Day to do what I did in my late-teens/early twenties: I decided that I would dress in a manner as to really be "me", not just the neat dresser I normally was. It felt so good and authentic, that I never went back to dressing as I did previously. So now, whether I'm at home on the weekend, out grocery shopping, at work, or wherever else I may go, I'm dressed in trousers with suspenders, dress shirt, tie, sweater of some sort (usually a vest, or cowl neck cardigan), and, if I'm out, an appropriate coat/jacket, and a hat, which is usually a Fedora. I've always wished that people still dressed the way they did in the early to middle twentieth century: society has failed to grant that wish, but there's no reason I can't make it come true in my own little corner of the world.
I look forward to learning what I can here, and possibly even providing some input myself.
All the best,