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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LA Guy, Aug 15, 2011.

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  1. Count of Lais

    Count of Lais New Member

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    --Redacted for inappropriate content. Clearly I had less to contribute, or to interest you in me, than I thought I did. I'll keep personal info on the down low next time - just simple questions about timeless style and etiquette, I swear! [​IMG]--
     
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  2. Harold falcon

    Harold falcon Senior member

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    Nice. I've got a former friend who's a professional student.

    Maybe you could try to get a job or something. Not just suck on the teat of other people.

    Also people who wear white ties not at Diplomatic dinners are the waiters. Here's your sign, asshole.
     
  3. Count of Lais

    Count of Lais New Member

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    I've apparently ruffled some feathers. Unintentionally. In retrospect, you're right, my enthusiasm for white tie was wholly inappropriate for this forum on daily wear. Expressing it only showed a disturbing lack of stylistic tact and understanding. And yes, I knew that only diplomats/celebrities, else waiters, wear white tie. Makes my fault all the worse.

    My handle's too pretentious, I see that now. I'll get that changed to something mundane and fitting. As to being a student - I meant a student of life. Merely that I keep a habit of learning wherever I go, whatever work (engineering, software, etc.) I do. Not a professional student - gods that would be a terrifying prospect.

    I'll shut up and keep lurking. I've clearly got to learn - been far too personal and you don't care for that. Next time, just tell me straight up what I'm doing wrong, instead of shooing me away without explanation. I'm a nutter for self-correction.

    Thanks, -namelessly handled
     
  4. rawjets

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    raw denim...too many choices.
     
  5. Seamless

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    Hello!

    I'm Ethan. I'm now 24 and work in the image industry. I'm looking forward to making many new friends and making memories. Cheers.
     
  6. nyguy2014

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    Hi i go by Albert.been lurking around for awhile and decided to finally join.Hope to learn new things here and probably meet some cool peeps.take care
     
  7. snazzykenzo

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    Hey all,
    My name is Mike and I'm a 25 y.o. from Philly who recently started a job with a strict suit and tie dress code. I'm basically building a new wardrobe from scratch and this site has already helped me choose some basics on a limited budget. Looking forward to learning more from you guys.
     
  8. ifvibhu

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    Hello all!

    I'm 16, live in Denmark, and wish I had more money.
     
  9. Harold falcon

    Harold falcon Senior member

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    How much money do you need? We are a generous lot here.
     
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    Enough to buy nice clothes. So a lot...
     
  11. 901stevez

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    Hi. I'm 33, married, father of two. I am most comfortable in a pair of gym shorts. I have tons of clothes, yet never enough, and I hate wearing all of them. And I love beer. And grilling. Cheers!
     
  12. TheAbyan

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    Hi !
    im 17, getting interested in shoe few days ago as i bought my first dress shoes (which turns out i bought a shit product)
    currently planning to start investing in shoe from now on
    also planning to invest in fashion as soon as i succeed my diet [​IMG]
     
  13. Harold falcon

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    So ten or twelve dollars?
     
  14. ifvibhu

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    I could do with three fiddy
     
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    Uh oh, it's that dang Loch Ness Monster again. He keeps askin for tree fiddy. You didn't give him anything, did you?
     
  16. fumananim

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    Im mike from south africa im starting my new store fo cloth
     
  17. EastWesterner

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    Hello fellas, I'm a kinda young-ish dude from a small Eastern European country, a country where the sense of style is as present as a blooming economy. Trainers and badly patterned shirts are something you are exposed to daily so this forum and exclusively , including some other websites should keep me away from esthetic suicide.

    I hope I have a nice time here you look like nice guys.
     
  18. MlleB

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    Hello there boys,

    It appears I’m the only girl here? Looking forward to sharing my interest in menswear in the forum. Always been a big fan of menswear as opposed to the ridiculous frou frou and passing fads often found in women's fashion.

    I love everything about menswear and accessories. The quality, durability, fine craftsmanship, and understated elegance of timeless male fashion are features not often found in women’s fashion, although I would never say no to a hot little dress. In fact, my favorite hobby is to take inspirational cues from men’s fashion and translate it into wearable looks that work on me as a woman.

    My collection of growing menswear consists of wingtips and cap toes, silk pocket squares, and fringed silk scarves (always English, always Tootal). Recent splurges include vegetable tanned leather luggage from Tuscany and a rosewood handle Brigg umbrella. All of which I shall be taking with me to Oxford for my graduate studies.

    By the way I’m Californian by birth but Thai by blood, going to England by choice.
     
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  19. Stacheoneil

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    Hello Everybody, I'm Neil aka Handy aka Stache O'Neil. I'm just a dude. I wear Chuck's on my feet all year round. I shaved my head and grew a handlebar mustache to balance it out. I still wear a watch which is probably not uncommon here. I'm two sides of a coin. I work two jobs, I love to exercise, I go to church, I love animals and being close to family. I also like comics, craft beer, good smoke, bad movies, punk, rockabilly, and psychobilly music. I like to try new things. I'm always up for a challenge. I'm not afraid to fail.

    I came here because I can't find jeans that fit. This is probably for another section in which I will repeat most of this but I'm on a roll right now. I usually wear jeans and t-shirts and that's not likely to change but I always feel I'm gonna hulk out the thighs of my pants. I generally wear a 34 waist and I have like a 27" thigh, maybe larger. I'll take some measurements this week and update later.
     
  20. owenbee

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    Hi all I'm Owen. Recent Stanford grad, became an apparel nut towards the end of school. I actually made the shirt I am wearing in my profile pic myself.

    I usually dress casually but try to keep it classy - I love printed shirts on top, jeans or cords on bottom, and drivers or loafers for my feet. Tod's and Alden's are my faves for shoes. Cheers guys.
     
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