Well, that might be a bit of an exaggeration – but with this English version, at least not completely untrue.
A few people asked me about an English version of my blog. Polish is a language very few people outside Poland know, and it translates really poorly through automated translation tools. So I decided to give it a go, and do it properly.
What is it all about? Well, All Tied Up is a menswear blog. I focus on the classic stuff – jackets, shirts, ties, and the like. If you’ve been following my instagram, you shouldn’t be particularly surprised by the content you find here. I’ve also prepared an About me page with a few more pieces of information on how all this came to be. I also welcome you to have a look at my Advertise page – not only if you have something to advertise. I want my advertising policy to be clear and transparent, for the advertisers and the readers alike.
Not everything I’ve written thus far on the Polish version has been translated – but I’ve selected a few posts to give you something to read, other than this announcement.
Editorials are my, more or less coherent, thoughts on style. I’m always curious to hear what other people think about those issues, so I welcome you to read and comment.
You can also have a look at things I’m wearing, to see how I implement those things I write about. I don’t always do. I like to experiment a bit.
Tips are here for inspiration. There’ll be more. At some point I’ll get around to translating infographics.
From now on, I’ll do my best to update both versions of the blog, Polish and English, simultaneously, and run them in parallel. Expect a new post each weekend. I will also keep translating the old stuff from the Polish version and add it here. If you want to stay updated, follow my social media, or subscribe to the newsletter.
I welcome you to have a look around and share your observations, thoughtful and constructive criticism, and well as well-deserved praise (I’m not being entirely serious here, for the record) in the comments here or under the relevant posts. If my English is not good enough somewhere, don’t hesitate to let me know – writing in a foreign language turns out to be a bit more challenging that I’ve anticipated, but I hope to improve with practice.