Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LA Guy, Aug 15, 2011.
I'm new here as well. I decided to join after lurking for approximately two years.
My name is Sumon from Bangladesh. I am new to this forum. I want to join with all of you in this forum.
Hi my name is Mike. I'm a banker looking for new suits and am tired of people saying finance people dress terribly.
I'm looking to change that, and hence why I'm here.
Hi, I'm JL and trying to dress better. Greetings from Spain!!
I'm Easy E. I live and work in Baton Rouge, La. I'm married with 2 children. I have been lurking for about 2 months and decided to create an account. Shoes (specifically boots) have become an obsession I never thought I would have. If you would have told me 6 months ago that I would even contemplate spending $400 on a pair of boots, I would've laughed in your face... that's a brand new Titleist driver. Now I feel like life is not complete without a pair of wingtip boots on my feet!
I'm looking forward to learning more from you all.
Hello all, I'm Drew and I just graduated from The University of Alabama. I'm 25 and I love style, mine or not. Avid sports fan and just generally active. Golf, mountain biking, crossfit, and drinking beer take up most of my spare time.
I am new to this forum..myself Nichola sliggins,from Garminge,Drenthe..I am very glad to be member of this forum.Quite interested in clothings and especially socks.Hope this forum is a great place for this.
Greetings from Texas. I'm a family man with 2 kids. I also work in the energy industry selling commercial power in the Midwest and Northeast United States. Joined to get ideas on improving my wardrobe, and to see what looks good with a conceal and carry.
My name is Rodney and I live in The Netherlands.
Men's clothing-wise, I'm mostly interested in shoes.
The most appealing shoes I currenly own are St. Crispin, John Lobb (Paris), Pierre Corthay, C&J and a growing 'stack' of Gaziano & Girling.
I've learned a lot already on this forum and found it time to actually join.
I hope I can contribute and learn more as well.
Is Rodney a common name in the Netherlands? I've always associated it with American (born circa 1960-1980) and English men.
you are going to love the current events forum once you get access to it.
i've been lurking for a few months. i'm 20, going to graduate as an engineer soon, like clothes, and play rugby.
Hi, I'm a white-lookin Egyptian-American (feel the need to explain the username ), been bouncin around the Northeast US for a while (several years in Philadelphia and Boston, some time in NYC and just about everywhere in between, now in Vermont). My style can be flashy or muted, depending on what I choose to wear that day. Can look anywhere from an extra in GoodFellas to an extra in Romper Stomper to an extra in Breakin 2: Electric Boogaloo depending on the day, so yeah, my tastes are varied. Came here mostly because I often know what I'm looking for in terms of clothes but don't know what brand makes what I'm looking for or where to find it, so figured this would be a good joint to investigate.
Yo folks. I'm a 26 year old Indian-American statistician who lives in the Denver, CO area. I joined SF late 2011 because I had gotten into fashion and wanted to completely update my wardrobe as I was now a working professional. Anyways, my style is a mixture of streetwear and trad/preppy. I'd love to wear trad men's suits every day, but I work in a very casual work setting, so I generally wear chino's, button down, casual dress shoes, and try to throw in some prep pieces. On here, I spend an equal amount of time in the swd and mc sections, and both have been incredible sources as I've nearly completed my overhaul of my wardrobe.
You are right, it's not a common name at all in The Netherlands, mostly England and US.
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