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post #16 of 45
really? some of the tailors here were posting there. i wouldn't say none
post #17 of 45
Jeffery D and Despos only posted there for a brief period of time, before, I think, leaving in frustration. The vast majority of the senior members there are just 'tailoring theorists' with access to more materials than the average SFer... which would have been fine, if they acknowledged that's all they were, and were open to others. The site seemed to fall into a weird, bizarre Freudian stew of guys just reinforcing each other's anger at the rest of the style internet (similar to FNB's site; seriously what's going on there?), and now it seems dead. Not to say that SF hasn't lost an immense amount of thoughtful discussion either.
post #18 of 45
Good job not scaring her off, guys fing02[1].gif
post #19 of 45
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No problem! Beauty like this ain't something you see every day, after all. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Not sure that was what Harvey meant!
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post #20 of 45
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

Good job not scaring her off, guys fing02[1].gif

Well she started the thread because she wants more
post #21 of 45
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by ter1413 View Post

Not sure that was what Harvey meant!
eh.gif

Oh, I know that. Especially since his original post, which I recieved via email, was

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Nude pics, please.

I don’t usually bother replying to defectives. However, since the revised, chickenshit version of the post was a bit ambiguous, I thought I’d have a little fun with it.
post #22 of 45
Why not post clothed pics first?
post #23 of 45
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Sadly, I do not think all the misogyny is faux.

 

there must be some exclusive hatred for women subforum which I don't have an access to

 

probably women forums that contain content made by bloggers etc do exist, styleforum for women would be a good idea

but not within this forum. It can be done but it will likely fail imo, ive seen similiar attempts to branch out at other fora


Edited by wojt - 3/12/14 at 4:01am
post #24 of 45
Why can't threads on women's clothing, tailoring, shoes, etc be started? Don't see how there's a need for a subforum... yet.
post #25 of 45
To those who say there's no room for females on Style Forum, I invite you to take a gander at the following threads. We are as pro-female as a message board can get.

Indian Girls Appreciation Thread
Would you hit it ?
Blonde Women Appreciation Thread
Brunette Girls Appreciation Thread - (NSFW - This is gonna be Hot!)
Asian Girls appreciation thread - now slightly less creepy! (NSFW, tons of pix)
African American Women Appreciation Thread
These are fake, right? (Part 2, No ugly gucci's) NSFW
Great Back Doors (NSFW)
These are real, right? (The all-natural, fakes-backlash, God-sculpted thread) NSFW
Girly Girls or Tomboy Hipsters??
post #26 of 45
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Originally Posted by ROTFL View Post

Oh, I know that. Especially since his original post, which I recieved via email, was
I don’t usually bother replying to defectives. However, since the revised, chickenshit version of the post was a bit ambiguous, I thought I’d have a little fun with it.

I didn't mean to be chickenshit, I just revised my post. But yes, please post nude pictures of yourself.
post #27 of 45
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I'm a woman who has avidly lurked on Styleforum for 5 or 6 years now, particularly enjoying the WAYWRN/WAYWT threads. I have looked online for something comparable for women, but never found it. I admit I enjoy the fits/cuts/styles/classic quality of menswear (and the men wearing it) far more than I enjoy the ephemeral and often ridiculous nature of most women's fashion. Surely there is a website out there where women can trade "looks," information and WAYWT photos without getting bogged down in the sillier, cattier aspects of the "women's fashion" scene?

I found one old thread on the topic via Google search. Unfortunately, it was full of tiresome generalizations, such as:

That describes me 100% not at all. "OMG," "cute," and "squee" are not in my vocabulary. I like classic, tailored looks as well as modern casual looks, but I rarely find looks I like in magazines. I am not a magpie. I don't watch Sex and the City. I don't read supermarket rags or Jezebel. I have no idea, nor interest in, what anyone wore to the Oscars. I don't care about labels and price; I care about quality and style. I am of a certain age and I have the self-assurance, income, and tastes to match. Maybe I'm just not in anyone's target demographic, but I can't help wondering if there isn't someplace online I've missed, where I can learn from the female versions of the inspirational, original and brilliant men here. Gentlemen, what would you want your wife to read?

I sit here sipping my Oban 14 (neat, thx, and note that I find Cosmos repulsive) and awaiting your thoughts.

I have not seen forums, but there are some blogs and magazines that tend to speak to the fits/cuts/styles/classic quality of menswear for women, in particular: The Gentlewoman magazine and Elin Kling's blog. 

post #28 of 45
Maybe start a forum?
Or just start posting pics here and getting feedback. There are a lot of people who would be willing and able to speak intelligently about women's clothing. A moderated thread might be in order.
post #29 of 45
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Maybe start a forum?

I do believe this has been attempted by certain (former) members. I wonder how that's working out?
post #30 of 45

Perhaps if more women joined SF, they could finally answer a question that has been puzzling me: why don't women wear ties?

 

It would also give us a chance to exercise our gentlemanly manners, which could use a little exercising, by the looks of this thread.

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