Fashion blogs for fellas

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Think again if you believe that all fashion blogs are written by females. Gone are those days as more and more men are taking to the internet to share what’s in their wardrobe, what the word is on the street and who are the best designers to look out for. Street selfies and style rule here as we experience a modern day menaissance! Here are some of the best blogs to look out for in 2017:

Bucking the trend for neutral hues and stone shades is Will Taylor of Bright Bazaar. Beige is definitely too boring for this dapper young man. This blog was started back in 2009 and follows his love of fashion, travel and interior design. He has become a bestseller on Amazon books and offers an easy-going and cheerful approach to all things related to menswear. For Mens Farah Shirts, visit

YourMirror Style blogger, Lorenzo Liverani has a pretty impressive client list, including Christian Dior, Gap, Calvin Klein and Levi’s. He is not one for mindless trend following and believes that you need to be yourself and not masquerade behind other people’s perceptions. Anyone can achieve a great look that reflects their personality by using careful colour, fabric and layer combinations. This fella does like his patterns!

Mr Porter is a suave and sophisticated chap who can provide a fount of knowledge on the best way to wear chinos and trench coats and covers lots of current street style pointers.

Street Etiquette is another big name to watch out for. The duo responsible for this blog have featured in The New York Times, GQ and Complex which makes them a fairly reputable source if you’re looking for fashion advice. This is a hugely popular lifestyle blog that began in 2008 by Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs, so popular in fact that is now includes a creative consulting agency.

Another blogging heavyweight is North of MAN written by Eliezer Infante. He has over 50,000 followers on Instagram and stays busy by styling and photographing clients for his lifestyle agency, NoMAN. A native New Yorker, he offers a great deal of fashion genius and is definitely one to follow.

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If you’re looking for a blog that doesn’t take itself too seriously then look no further than Four Pins. This blog offers very tongue-in-cheek fashion advice and the Editor-in-Chief, Lawrence Schlossman, has been making narky comments since 2012.

For some old school, timeless style advice then He Spoke Style is the blog for you. Brian Sacawa is one dapper dandy with a penchant for well-tailored suits and expensive whiskey. He sure knows how to dress though.

Younger guys might appreciate the comments of Scout Sixteen blogger, Justin Livingston. Based in New York, but hailing originally from Tennessee, he articulates clearly on posts about travel, music and fashion and how to achieve these on a budget.

For the best ways to create a ton of new looks with what’s in your wardrobe, head over to the Oh Antonio blog, written by Anthony Urbano. His blog is all about personal style and he’ll show you many, many ways to restyle those classics.