Some of the people following the blog (mostly Finnish readers I guess) might already be aware that few months ago Finland got a new online forum to discuss about clothing, style and all things related to that.
#tyylit.fi was founded by myself and few other guys as we thought there was a need for a place dedicated to men and women who value personal style and good taste, no matter the style you dress yourself. Tyylit.fi is not about rules, it’s not about negative aspects of how someone else is dressed but first and foremost tyylit.fi is about good vibes, aesthetics, inspiration, quality clothing, helping each other and good spirit.
And now we want to welcome you all to join us!
This week we also opened our tumblr which we basically want to use just as an inspirational board for us, our friends and followers.
As the picture above, it’s all about style.
Ready for casual summer days.
Bottom row (from left to right):
Marc Hero - Carlo Pazolini - Tommy Hilfiger - Bexley - Marc Hero
Upper row (from left to right):
Superga - NB - Superga - NB - Superga
Monday inspiration - Suede & windowpane.
Sport coat - Boglioli Jeans: Acne Shirt: Glanshirt Tie: Drake’s
Tassel loafers: Meermin Tote bag: WANT Les Essentiels
DressLikeA (or perhaps it’s more me personally) recently got interviewed and featured at the Finnish blog called Keikari.
The interview is in Finnish so I guess that it’s basically interesting for only the people who can understand the language (in case you don’t want to use google translator)… But at least there’s few pictures.
However I would like say thanks and give a shout out to Ville, the man behind Keikari blog. The blog is fully concentrated on men’s classic clothing including comprehensive products reviews, brand introductions, exclusive interviews (one of the most recent ones featuring Luciano Barbera) and pretty much the more information about classic menswear. I’ve known Ville for quite a while and I highly respect and value him for the work he has done since he started the blog in 2008.
Just recently Ville started to write the blog in English (bringing new content + translating the old posts), so I suggest you take a look at the blog here.