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Long time lurker of this forum, I'm from SEA (south east asia). Everything I've learned sartorially, I've learned here.
Excellent articles and posts! Thanks SF.
Off to the thrift bragging thread now to drool over the finds, save money and head over to the Armoury in HK before I even dare post in the WAYWRN thread.
Great to be here!
Hey everyone. I'm a college student and around my school you have to dress nicely. I'm of the opinion that if you have to dress nicely, you might as well do it with style. I'm particularly interested in suits but I'm beginning to branch out into the SC/pants look. Loving the threads here!
Hey guys. I'm a 21 year old American male. Currently serving a 5 year contract in the military. Currently stationed in Okinawa Japan.
I'm planning on taking a vacation to Tokyo for 10 days specifically to go to clubs and just have fun. Some of the clubs are a bit more.... upscale and have a "dress up" dress code. I've been trying to find out what kind of clothes I should wear so I won't get stopped at the door (that would be pretty upsetting). So through my search for what to wear I stumbled upon the Style Forum. I've always been interested in men's fashion but have never really dabbled in it myself (mostly due to my income as a military member). I figured this trip to Tokyo would be as good of time as any to switch from always wearing cargo shorts and T-shirts to something a little more sophisticated. I'm also not the most style savvy individual, so hopefully becoming a member of this forum will help me with this transition to a new, more sophisticated look.
Im a young corporate lawyer in Texas; started working fulltime a couple of days ago. Have been lurking on this site for a couple of months now trying to make the transition from college/law school clothing (aka polos, sperry's, and ill-fitting suits) to the corporate world. Hoping to learn a lot!
Heyyyyyyyy everybody. Lurked this place for a while, but finally getting more involved .
I'm in first year University, and have a full-time job for the first time. Trying to continue dressing better than most of my peers - but still on a budget. I've spent a good amount of money on things that I really like and will last a long time (Barbour International, Red Wings) but try to get most of my wardrobe on the cheap (thrift store or Ebay chinos that I convert in to shorts).
So that's what I'll be interested in on here. Nice, classic and timeless pieces that are durable and adaptable. As well as searching out good deals on the same kinds of things - just took advantage of a Lands End Canvas sale to get a load of some basic tees.
Currently on the hunt for a waterproof jacket that isn't too heavy. Looked at an Aether jacket that was great but out of my price range at $450.