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Looking for a style mentor - Now accepting applications

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Thread Starter 

Hello styleforum members,

 

           Looking for something fun, different, interesting? Help mentor a young gentleman. I’m quite light hearted and I’m sure this will be a fun relationship. I'm "youngish", mid-twenties and finishing up graduate school soon. I'd like to find someone active in the styleforum community to help me develop my style. I'm sure I'll end up in a "business casual" office environment  so suits are not the most practical (but I do aspire to executive level positions). 

 

          If you’re interested please let me know and post some pictures of how you do “business casual” so I can get an idea of your style. I respect your time and promise not to take too much of it.

 

Best Regards,

~n

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Business Casual is dead.
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+1

post #5 of 13
There are a few members I can think of for this project. I hope they are well.
post #6 of 13

How do you feel about being called "nephew" by creepy guys online?

post #7 of 13
So you want us to do your homework for you and become your image consultant? Well sign me up, I charge $50 an hour.
post #8 of 13
What is in it for this mentor?
post #9 of 13
im not saying i know more than a lot of the guys here but after being active for roughly 2 years i've learned a hell of a lot, and if you have questions feel free to shoot some at me.
post #10 of 13
$200/ hr is my rate if you are in need in Toronto. Cash up front and a minimum of 2 hrs per session + expenses (ex-dinner) if any.
post #11 of 13
Sounds like a Manhunt listing, LOL.
post #12 of 13
Thread Starter 
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Business Casual is dead.

 

If a suit is too much and jeans not enough... well one must wear something, call it what you will. 

 

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Originally Posted by bellyhungry View Post

What is in it for this mentor?

 

A résumé builder as an image consultant or something to do when you want to act like you're working in the office. 

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Originally Posted by Ivar View Post

Sounds like a Manhunt listing, LOL.

 

Never heard of Manhunt. The post was meant to be humorous; I'm glad you got a laugh out of it.  

 

 

Some interesting responses came in. Maybe I overdid the post a bit. I'm not looking to hire an image consultant. Primarily seeking some new ways to pair the things I own and possibly some advice on what to purchase next. 

 

Best Regards,

~n

post #13 of 13

honestly, you're better off just asking questions to the general styleforum community then trying to completely adopt someone else's style?

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