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post #4306 of 4638

Hello, new to SF but also been trolling for a while decided to finally post. 24 year old corporate compliance officer for an HME company. started as a delivery guy at 19 and worked my way up. I have just started to gain an interest in men's fashion and been learning as I go for the last 2 years or so.

 

Currently the favorite brands of clothing that I own are my Strong Suits, Jbrand jeans, Stone Rose shirts, Robert Jensen ties, and Allen Edmond shoes.  

 

During that time I have started to dabble in my own tailoring like making functional button holes and simple alterations. I have also dabbled in making my own pocket squares and lapel flowers. which I will share with you below.

 

post #4307 of 4638

Hi, I'm a long time lurker, never got around to registering, so I've finally taken the plunge.

 

I'm interested in bespoke items, both clothing and accessories.

 

Would like to know more about where to buy items from, and where to have a look at ranges of materials, so hope that I can find that on here, and give back myself as well.

post #4308 of 4638
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Originally Posted by Manchester View Post
 

Hi, I'm a long time lurker, never got around to registering, so I've finally taken the plunge.

 

I'm interested in bespoke items, both clothing and accessories.

 

Would like to know more about where to buy items from, and where to have a look at ranges of materials, so hope that I can find that on here, and give back myself as well.

 

Hello Manchester and welcome, I can certainly help out in terms of your request for bespoke items. Where are you based?

post #4309 of 4638
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Originally Posted by casadisartoria View Post
 

 

Hello Manchester and welcome, I can certainly help out in terms of your request for bespoke items. Where are you based?

Manchester, in the UK.

 

Thanks for the reply as well.

 

Initially interested in shirting fabrics at the moment, and places to find a decent selection online, preferably UK based.

post #4310 of 4638
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Originally Posted by Manchester View Post
 

Manchester, in the UK.

 

Thanks for the reply as well.

 

Initially interested in shirting fabrics at the moment, and places to find a decent selection online, preferably UK based.

 

I think shirting is a good place to start with before moving on to suits. Fabric choices are plentiful and I would actually recommend a few online shops that deliver worldwide, only downside is having to take your measurements and not having that human touch available. Check out the following online shops:

 

www.deoveritas.com

www.propercloth.com

www.indochino.com

www.moderntailor.com

www.mytailor.com

www.luxire.com

 

There are also various threads here talking about MTM / bespoke which will help you. In terms of fabrics for shirting, I've personally used:

Thomas Mason

Canclini

 

And I've heard good things about:

Soktas

Albini Group from Italy (They own different mills)

 

Best of luck!

post #4311 of 4638
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Originally Posted by casadisartoria View Post

I think shirting is a good place to start with before moving on to suits. Fabric choices are plentiful and I would actually recommend a few online shops that deliver worldwide, only downside is having to take your measurements and not having that human touch available. Check out the following online shops:

www.deoveritas.com
www.propercloth.com
www.indochino.com
www.moderntailor.com
www.mytailor.com
www.luxire.com

There are also various threads here talking about MTM / bespoke which will help you. In terms of fabrics for shirting, I've personally used:
Thomas Mason
Canclini

And I've heard good things about:
Soktas
Albini Group from Italy (They own different mills)

Best of luck!

That'll keep me busy! Thanks
post #4312 of 4638
Hello,
I'm fairly new to the style forum, or menswear in general, as I just started my profession as a DPT and finally have an income other than Sally May. That said, I'm trying to evict Ms. May ASAP while building a somewhat respectable wardrobe. Thanks to stumbling upon Broke and Bespoke (you should check out this guy's tumblr), I have begun doing just that and am making #menswear a new hobby. That said, I am a total noob and have no natural eye for style, so I am here to learn from ya'll.
post #4313 of 4638

Hi all. I'm Eddie and my girlfriend just broke up with me. I can't believe. I gave her everything. From a week I didn't go out and talk with anybody.
From two days I'm reading posts in this forum and today I decided to register here. I was reading the posts for traveling and probably I will plan some trip. I don't know, I can't think right now...

post #4314 of 4638

Hi I'm Ryan from Toronto. I've had another account since around '08 (RyanM), and lurk often but I haven't logged in for two years. Consequently I have forgetten how to log in to that account. Greetings!

post #4315 of 4638
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Hi I'm Ryan from Toronto. I've had another account since around '08 (RyanM), and lurk often but I haven't logged in for two years. Consequently I have forgetten how to log in to that account. Greetings!

 

Hi Ryan, and welcome back! I am also from Toronto and am always interested in meeting local folks who are into menswear in the city (rather than the fast fashion). 

post #4316 of 4638

Greetings.  I'm George.... or just go by 'Geo".  26th year in the golf business as a PGA pro.  So I have seen everything from Pleated Cuffed khakis to wing tips  :)  Looking for new trends even outside of golf. And may have some offerings in the future for accessories. Looking forward to some discussions. 

post #4317 of 4638

My name's Manuel, I`m a music teacher, specializing in classical guitar graduate of the Conservatory of Cordoba (Spain). I love good beer, dress well and especially footwear.

 

I'm not work as a music teacher no no no, since childhood I developed great skill with machines and tools. I work for a private company as a technical specialist teacher as footwear, footwear for large deformities and manufacturing all kinds of orthotics.

 

I hope to have a good time with you and humbly help as my knowledge allows me.

post #4318 of 4638

Hi 

 

i'm Sam a Fashion Graduate from the UK and i co-own a Online Meneswear Lifestyle Store called Yards Store, based in the United Kingdom.

 

Established in 2015 by myself and a friend our aim is to curate a selection of brands from around the world that diverge from trends but celebrate the importance of functionality, design and the high quality of their products.

We have recently launched our website this month and we stock brands from around the world including: Libertine-Libertine, Rains dk, Stighlorghan, Garment Project and many more. 

 

We ask the people in this forum and site to visit our website to shop, browse and give us constructive feedback on the site and the bran list we offer good or bad we appreciate it massively as it helps us develop. 

 

the website address is www.Yardsstore.com 

 

many thanks and we hope you enjoy and find products that you like


Edited by Yardsstore - 3/27/16 at 9:29am
post #4319 of 4638

Hi Manchester Visit our website Yardsstore.com we have some amazing shirts from Danish brand Libertine-Libertine 

post #4320 of 4638

Hello!

I've been lurking here off and on and decided to join up as I enjoy the forum and the vast information it provides.

Hopefully can add a back a little.

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