Introduce yourself. - Page 5
By trade I am an accountant, however, I have a growing interest in men's dress. I currently claim New York City as my home. I do not post on SF as often as I would like. But I write a blog on men's dress, fashion and style that I post on 3-5 times a week called The Fine Young Gentleman. Most of my inspiration and taste is derived from classic English dress and American traditional dress and Prep/Ivy style. I try to shed some of my knowledge (which is not comprehensive but ever-growing) to my readers. Please feel free to check the blog out, spread it to whomever, send me a PM/email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or follow me on twitter at FYGblog.
Hi everyone! I am Taylor. I'm 19 years of age and I will be a college student at a local community college starting Tuesday. I love love love men's fashion. When i transfer to another school, i plan on pursuing fashion merchandising as my major. I love talking to people who have the same common interests as me. i guess that is all for now? haha. i don't know if anyone needs to know this or not but i'm very friendly and easy to talk to as well.
I'm Ed, from Long Island. Recently decided that I've spent enough time lurking on the Engineered Garments FW11 thread that I should probably just join in on the fun. I work for a Midtown NYC non-profit right around the corner from Nepenthes, which has been--shall we say--a bit of a problem.
Other notable bio-bit is that I'm a vegan and as such don't wear any leather, wool, or silk. This brings with it some interesting style challenges.
Hello, I'm David. I'm a college professor approaching forty. I've lived in the US, Britain, Japan and now Canada. I don't dress remotely 'appropriately' for my age or job and I don't care. I am not interested in fashion, but I am interested in style, and in discovering my own look, sharing ideas about style, and learning from other stylish people. In no particular order, I like vintage gentleman's clothing, good contemporary tailoring (which I generally can't afford), texture, mod suits, boots, Japanese vintage indigo wear, denim and Tokyo street style. I also do triathlon and am generally pretty fit which, what with being only 5'5" (165cm) tall (seriously), means that proper fitting stuff is hard to find and a alterations are often involved, whatever clothes I buy.
Glad to be here.
You and I would get along swimmingly
Your Mila Kunis addiction has spread to every thread on SF now.
Hello everyone, Gaviao here and to be honest I have no clue when it comes to style and that's one of the big reasons that I joined this forum. Also I recently got a job as a teacher's assistant in a culinary arts program and I specilize in the front of the house (serving, bartending... anything in a restaurant that's not in the back). Before I've always been "issued" my work clothes and now it's up to me. Thanks in advance for helping with my rookie questions