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Hi David, enhancing & upgrading your current wardrobe should be fun. However, I would caution you to spend wisely & to avoid impulse shopping, purchase sparingly. Welcome!Hello!
I'm David. I'm an 18 year old soon-to-be university sophomore in Toronto, Canada. Currently my wardrobe is mainly casual, and I expect to continue dressing this way for the next few years, but I'd like to up my style game some now that I'm entering adulthood, and would like to have some fun with this as well!
Hello Jeff, congrats on your successful weight loss & journey towards upgrading your wardrobe. We look forward to hearing from you. Welcome!I'm Jeff and I’m 57 yrs. old. I live in Virginia. I just completed my weight lost journey of 11 weeks to lose 35 lbs (185 lbs to 150 lbs). Now I am back to my normal, thin self. But I need to buy new clothes since most of my current clothes no longer fit.
Typically, I would wear jeans, athletic shoes, cargo shorts, and t-shirts. I think this is a good time to change my style. I found this forum while researching style options for people in my age group. I look forward to participating and absorbing as much knowledge and advice as I can. I think it is great to to have such a resource as this forum available with all of the very knowledgeable members.
Hello Ty, whereabouts in Australia do you hail from? I hear you regarding synthetics, performance fabrics don't perform well for me. You need lurk no longer, welcome to the forum!Hello,
I'm Ty, I'm a pastry chef in Australia in my early 20s, long time lurker finally decided to join. I ride a motorcycle daily so I don't get to dress up too often, my wardrobe is mainly smart casual or on the lazy side of fancy. I'm a big fan of accessories (leather gloves, ties, hats etc). I detest synthetic materials in all my clothing and I love buying from smaller manufactures/craftsman. As a daily rider i'm always looking for clothing that can stand up to actually being used, well made high quality items are the most important thing to me. I believe elegance is where beauty and practicality meet. I want to start adding MTM items to my wardrobe and hopefully get into more traditional menswear, I'm looking forward to suggestions and advice from everyone hear,
Hi John, how do you like living in Oahu? There are many fine tailors in HK, some are rated among the world's best. Berluti and Scafora make worthy addictions. Welcome!Aloha All,
I'm John, moved to Oahu from Hong Kong many years ago...I'm 6'0 240, so most everything was tailored in HK, but now switched to aloha shirts, such as Sig Zane and Nake'u. I have maybe 30 pairs of shoes, nothing made in prc, and I may be addicted to Berluti and Paolo Scafora, but have yet to pull the trigger....
Hello Sinyo,Hi John, how do you like living in Oahu? There are many fine tailors in HK, some are rated among the world's best. Berluti and Scafora make worthy addictions. Welcome!
You're welcome! Those shirts have served you well! Scafora, davvero magnifico!!Hello Sinyo,
After much travel, I was ready to relax, and Oahu is great for that. My shirts from Ascot Chang and David's in HK have held up well, but two decades is enough, even for the nicest shirts.
Yes, I really think I neeed some norwegian split toes from Scafora to complement my Aloha shirts....
Thank you for the welcome!