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  1. manifest v

    manifest v Senior member

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    Anybody have other boards on here that they read as rabidly as styleforum or superfuture BUT that doesn't have much focus on fashion? Maybe stuff that would interest a single guy living in the city (I live in L.A. but it doesn't have to be specific to my city).
     
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    Craigslist, also curbed.com.
     
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    forum.bodybuilding.com
     
  4. manifest v

    manifest v Senior member

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    Craigslist, also curbed.com.

    WOW, curbed is neat. So many city-related topics. I wish they had something similar for L.A.
     
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    WOW, curbed is neat. So many city-related topics. I wish they had something similar for L.A.
    there is a link at the top that says "Curbed LA"...........
     
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    forum.bodybuilding.com

    yup, they have the regular forums for whenever I need ANY information, and misc. for when I'm bored.
     
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    MoCo Loco

    Cool site! Thanks Kent.
     
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    A few months ago, I joined gardenweb.com, where I found a furniture forum that was quite interesting.
     
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    Anyone know of a StyleForum > Mens Style forum for women? My wife wants to learn more about the rules, options for women`s clothes like we have in the Men`s Style Forum.
     
  12. Alter

    Alter Senior member

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    Anyone know of a StyleForum > Mens Style forum for women? My wife wants to learn more about the rules, options for women`s clothes like we have in the Men`s Style Forum.

    AskAndy has a women's forum.
     
  13. manifest v

    manifest v Senior member

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    Anyone know of a StyleForum > Mens Style forum for women? My wife wants to learn more about the rules, options for women`s clothes like we have in the Men`s Style Forum.

    Women's styles just seem so post-modern/chaotic when it comes to rules. SO many shifts in trends and possibilities... I didn't know there were any rules. Just check out www.thefashionspot.com ... your wife is more likely (i think) to become victim to rampant consumerism [​IMG] (shopaholicalism) rather than have a good idea of her own style.

    But the closest, most tastefull and diverse groupings of opinions on women's clothing seems to be (imho) from www.thesartorialist.blogspot.com

    It ironically has a men'swear focus but often takes pictures of and (minimally) comments on a variety of beautifully clothed females of different ages/styles. Check out today's most current entry: http://thesartorialist.blogspot.com/...old-women.html
     
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    Please click one of the Quick Reply icons in the posts above to activate Quick Reply.
     
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    if any of you dorks feel man enough for a forum that`s not about like, gardening or home renovation, www.ultrasecretwebsite.com
     

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