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Hi People!

 

I'm Chris, this is my first post since i've been a member here, think its the right time to say hi to this awesome community!

 

The goal is to deepen my knowledge towards menswear, and make some friends here.

 

I'm really into traditional tailoring, or an old school way of doing things while wanting to bridge the contemporary look of our now society.

 

so hopefully we'll all get along and teach one another!

 

Peace.

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My name is Véronique and I'm just curious to see men talking about fashion :D

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My name is Véronique and I'm just curious to see men talking about fashion :D

Welcome, and, enjoy!!

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I'm John.

 

My wardrobe consists of Hurley, Volcom, DC etc.  After realizing I was 34, I thought I should start dressing like an adult :bigstar:

I recently purchased a few MTM shirts from Spier and Mackay, a couple pairs of Allen Edmonds, and would like to expand on what I have.

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Good morning everybody. I've occasionally looked at this forum and finally decided to join. I am no longer a young man, have two grown up sons, am married and am still working, although I long for retirement! My wife, to her lasting regret, kindled my interest in clothes, an interest which has continued ever since.
I live near Cambridge, in Cambridgeshire, and work in Suffolk.
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Good morning everybody. I've occasionally looked at this for:)um and finally decided to join. I am no longer a young man, have two grown up sons, am married and am still working, although I long for retirement! My wife, to her lasting regret, kindled my interest in clothes, an interest which has continued ever since.
I live near Cambridge, in Cambridgeshire, and work in Suffolk.

Welcome to the forum: we are almost in the same situation, newbie here in this forum and in our middle age. You have an advantage: you live close to several resources like John Lobb (shoemaker), Anderson & Sheppard (tailor) and those two excellent umbrella manufacturers: James Smith and Brigg... I know that I mentioned expensive things, but, happiness is never complete.
post #4537 of 4634

Hello guys,

 

Nicolai from Denmark is checking in

post #4538 of 4634

Recently retired Chef with an '79 Cadillac Eldorado in the carport with a trunk full of leisure suits, qiana shirts, faux silk boxers, and plastic boots, now that history has ended I'm waiting for fashion to regress until we meet up at a swap meet and I can find those 1960's 501's I long for.

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New member here. Always enjoyed surfing the forums so I thought I'd join.

My name is Anh, 35 from California. As for style, I am a selvedge denim, t-shirt, kicks, and watches kind of guy. Denim all selvedge and can range from RRL, rag and bone to jcrew. Any comfortable t-shirt works. Shoes can range from common projects, Nike flyknit to YSL boots. As for my time pieces, you can find me rocking a Casio to a Rolex or one of my few audemars piguet.

Looking forward to picking up a few style ideas on the forums.
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Hello, I'm Prin from Bangkok, Thailand. I'm now studying in London. Glad to join this forum :)

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Hi, I'm Boot Lover and I have just joined this forum. I live in Ireland and fashion wise I am into boots (big time) , denim and leather. I just love the coming winter months when I can wear my favorite boots and leathers. Looking forward to discussions on fashion with other guys.

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I might be close to them, but that doesn't make them affordable!

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I might be close to them, but that doesn't make them affordable!

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Sorry, I posted it twice.....

post #4545 of 4634

Hi all.

 

I'm JackFoxe,

 

-Based in South America, orginally from London, though permanently mobile in warmer climes thoughout the year.

-Interested in bespoke classical menswear

-Especially clothes for warm weather including suits, trousers, shirts and sports jackets. 

-Mobile usually so one 70-80 litre case of clothes - currently building up clothes using English and Italian cloth mostly with South American and later, Asian tailors. 

 

Greetings to all. 

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