Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LA Guy, Aug 15, 2011.
New to the forum after reading the one or other post.
Hi folks. Great to be here.
Hello, I'm a jeans and tshirt guy looking to improve my style. Hope this forum can help....
i'm new here. I have a office job as an administrator and i'm only 19. I don't have the budget to buy big quality name brands so don't expect anything fancy from me
My name is Dan, I'm 34 years old and just in the last couple of years have decided it was time to grow up and dress like a man. I live in Alaska and love to mix the rugged outdoor look with some sophistication.
Hi all, my name is Subash. I've been lurking here for about two years, and I've learned a lot and built up quite an impressive wardrobe for a 19-year-old. I was drawn to SF because I was tired of spending on the same low-mid quality ostentatious designer crap that I and all my friends were buying all through highschool, and also because I have a deep appreciation for quality and elegance. I've lived in Ohio, India, Miami, and am most likely moving to NYC next year. I hope I can continue to learn more, and contribute as well.
My current style is a mix of casual and formal. I love PRPS and Edwin for denim, Tod's are my go to casual loafer, I hope to build up a sneaker collection as well this next year, and my favorite shirt-makers are Barba Napoli, Finamore, and Truzzi, but I hope to be trying a few other makers over the next few months.
Lurker for the past four years. The first post that drew me in was about AE shoes.
Hi! I've lurked here a bit in the past and decided to make the jump and become a member
Hi from Austin Texas. Decided its time to step and dress a little better. In my 30s now and still wearing Nike Sb Dunks and skate clothing. =-\ Looking to redo my wardrobe. Its just so hot here that Im not sure what Ill be able to wear and still survive. Been reading over this great forum so decided to register.
Hello, everyone. I am baseball Hall of Fame relief pitcher Rollie Fingers.
Hi I'm Twenty3. Like others, I had been around for a moment, and I finally decided to join. I'm 23 and I teach English.
Just graduated college and got a job. Looking to switch up my style with a new wardrobe, working in a Business casual environment. I want to be on the more formal end of business casual. Any casual clothing advice is also appreciated.
I'm 18 starting my freshman year in college as a business major and just found my sense of style this year. After lurking here for a while I've decided to become a member. Looking forward to new inspirations and advice.
My name is Sam, live near Houston Texas, rancher and trying to understand the world of clothing.
HI there. i believe this is the place to post your very first time so here it goes.
I'm Gorecki, i'm Portuguese, and i am probably the only guy i know that is into good shoes, raw denim and designer wear. i live in Oporto,, very close to the Wrong Weather & Porvocação stores and also about 30 minute drive from the shoe making industries that make all those "Made in Portugal" shoes you like (you know what i am talking about dont you APC, Tom Browne, Swear London, Saville Row co.???? ) and also similar distance to the good shirt makers you know and apreciate (am i right Paul smith, Gazzarini, Hackett, Aquascutum and Norse projects, V Av. Shoe Repair people??? )
Since i am forced to use suits every friggin day to work, i tend to get sloppy in my sartorial choices. at weekends, catch me i raw denim or vintage slim chinos, plain looking sneakers or casual brogues and striped t-shirts, casual stylish shirts by the above stated makers ( i catch some serious steals....)
as favourtie brand these days, all the japanese denim makers, the antwerp designers, those japanese designers we love like commme, Vis, and also some classic british brands such as Fred Perry, barracuta, Aquascutum,Burberry...
yeah... this sums it up!
I'm Larry, age 68, very short, sorta trim and hard to fit. I will be visiting here to see what others think. In one of the site pictures I see a very nice suit, tie and shoes with a button down collar on the shirt. To me the button down shirt distracts from an otherwise very nice look. This is especially true with the new trimmer looks- snug jacket, narrow legged pants. The button down belongs maybe with a blazer or possibly the older Brooks Brothers look- looser fitting suit with pleated pants, etc.
Just my 2 cents.
Looking forward to visiting with you....
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