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Welcome counselor to be, you need lurk no longer. Welcome to the forum!Hello all!
I have been a longtime lurker and am happy to have setup a freshly minted account. I’m a soon-to-be lawyer hoping to bring back classic mens style into the legal profession (and professional/business community more generaly). I plan to share and review MTM and bespoke suiting projects as I begin them with you all.
Looking forward to engaging with everyone!
Hello Ramón, Madrid is a city of my heart too! Welcome to the forum!Hello!
My name is Ramón, a languages, shoes and wines aficionado. Currently I live in the city of my heart: Madrid; however, I spent more than 5 years of my life working and living onboard the cruise ships of a premium cruise line as a Public Relations and Entertainment Officer.
I love the craft of traditional shoemaking and want to learn more about it every day.
Looking forward to share a little bit of the little bit I know, and to learn a lot from everyone.
Hello there, I too reside in SoCal. Happy to assist you. Welcome to the forum!Hi everyone!
I came here after years of looking for a kind of forum like this, and am glad to have found it! I'm a longtime classical musician, who's now working in education in the desert outside LA (basically halfway between LA and Palm Springs). My "style journey" (yuck!) has been that I've always liked classic mens style, but until recently haven't been able to afford anything. Of course, now that I can, the people where I live are actively offended by anyone wearing anything more dressy than a polo shirt.
I'm looking forward to learning more about menswear from all of you, especially for tips on how to build a classic wardrobe when you earn "teacher" money. If you have questions about how to sound like you know what you're listening to at the opera, I'm happy to trade tips!
Oh, no no, no teaching duties except laboratory activity with single students. Also because I don't speak the native language of the country in which I'm having the PhD. And ye, it's totally difficult in this period of time, for all the activities I think.Sorry, you said you were PhD student, so I was hoping that you weren't teaching in the middle of the pandemic! My wife's a physics prof, and I guess it's been really difficult.