Looking for a style mentor - Now accepting applications

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by noctem, Dec 13, 2012.

  1. noctem

    noctem Member

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    Hello styleforum members,

    Looking for something fun, different, interesting? Help mentor a young gentleman. I’m quite light hearted and I’m sure this will be a fun relationship. I'm "youngish", mid-twenties and finishing up graduate school soon. I'd like to find someone active in the styleforum community to help me develop my style. I'm sure I'll end up in a "business casual" office environment so suits are not the most practical (but I do aspire to executive level positions).

    If you’re interested please let me know and post some pictures of how you do “business casual” so I can get an idea of your style. I respect your time and promise not to take too much of it.

    Best Regards,
    ~n
     
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    MikeDT Senior member

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    Business Casual is dead.
     
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    How do you feel about being called "nephew" by creepy guys online?
     
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    So you want us to do your homework for you and become your image consultant? Well sign me up, I charge $50 an hour.
     
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    bellyhungry Senior member

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    What is in it for this mentor?
     
  9. ajmanouk

    ajmanouk Senior member

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    im not saying i know more than a lot of the guys here but after being active for roughly 2 years i've learned a hell of a lot, and if you have questions feel free to shoot some at me.
     
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    $200/ hr is my rate if you are in need in Toronto. Cash up front and a minimum of 2 hrs per session + expenses (ex-dinner) if any.
     
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    Ivar Senior member

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    Sounds like a Manhunt listing, LOL.
     
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  12. noctem

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    A résumé builder as an image consultant or something to do when you want to act like you're working in the office.
    Never heard of Manhunt. The post was meant to be humorous; I'm glad you got a laugh out of it.


    Some interesting responses came in. Maybe I overdid the post a bit. I'm not looking to hire an image consultant. Primarily seeking some new ways to pair the things I own and possibly some advice on what to purchase next.

    Best Regards,
    ~n
     
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    honestly, you're better off just asking questions to the general styleforum community then trying to completely adopt someone else's style?
     

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