Men’s style blogs are a fantastic way to get inspired to liven up your wardrobe. While many bloggers have moved over to instagram and microblogging, we love going to websites for more editorial-style content and long-form articles. Whether you’re more into athleisure or tailoring, there is a style blog for you.
“Things that make you smile, make you take a second look, those things that make you hopefully appreciate the details...”, this is Karl-Edwin Guerre’s mission for his blog. With beautifully shot photos that spotlight the details of a garment, Guerre has a wonderful eye for capturing the mood of an outfit.
Interspersed between the photos are brand stories, interviews and travel films, making the entire website a feast for the eyes. Guerreisms really captures the essential nature of a stylish life and is a must read for any style aficionado.
A newer menswear blog, Mr. Ocean is the home of Daniel Ocean, a Canadian blogger/personal trainer/design consultant. With articles about fitness and health alongside car reviews and styling tips, Ocean covers a range of topics with minimalist flair. Although there isn’t a huge post archive to search through, we are looking forward to watching where this blog goes.
If nothing else, his abs are enough to get anyone inspired to up their fitness game.
Featuring stunning photography, GARCONJON is part style blog, part visual journey. The street style photos are fantastic, but the website really shines in the interview section. The conversation between Jonathan Daniel Pryce and his interviewees is always interesting, and the portraits show an intimate understanding of each person.
Different from street style blogs that focus on urban wear or tailoring, Pryce focuses on casual elegance. If you are interested in style before fashion, GARCONJON is a great place to find a unique perspective.
Marcel Floruss has a outstanding eye for modern patterns and fit, which he shows off on his blog One Dapper Street. A German transplant to New York City, Floruss mixes European casual elegance and streetwear in a rakish style. While his good looks certainly don’t hurt the blog, it’s Floruss' look books that are the real draw. Vogue-worthy outfits in front of beautiful cityscapes will have you wondering how you can recreate his off-duty-model style.
More than anything, North of Man gives us grooming goals. Eliezer Infante, the founder of North of Man, is a true style chameleon, and really understands that it’s the details that make an outfit. His website also features other men, whose stylish leanings range from androgynous and beatnik to the height of classical tailoring. A visit to North of Man is sure to shake you out of your style rut.
While some blogs feature fashion that seems unwearable on a daily basis, Simple Guy Style is all about approachable and wearable style. If you want to turn up the dial on your personal style, while maintaining a more low-key look, this is the blog for you. Alan Leyva started off on Tumblr, collecting style photos, but has expanded to showing off his own personal style. With a focus on looking your best, without any of the peacocking that you see on other men’s style blogs, Leyva is your new minimalist style inspiration.
Any style blogs that we missed? Tell us in the comments below!
Looking for more inspiration? Read about 15 of the Best Men’s Style Blogs here.
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