We round up the best menswear blogs you should be following.
We all get our style inspiration from somewhere. Maybe it’s a friend, a colleague, a sports hero… or even your dad. OK, maybe not your dad. But if you’re feeling a little uninspired in the style department, the next best place to turn to is without a doubt a menswear blog.
Perhaps you keep up with one already. Maybe you’re following several of them on Instagram. But if you’re a complete novice to the world of bloggers, we’ve made it easy for you and rounded up nine of the best menswear blogs you should be following. Like, right now.
Whether you’re after advice on men’s fashion, style or design – D’Marge truly is your go-to. With over 800,000 unique readers each month, D’Marge sits at the top of the menswear blog universe. Blending a mix of classic, cultured and expertly curated content, D’Marge has achieved its enormous online success in just five years. With contributors from all over the world, D’Marge provides almost 100 new articles a week.
Whether its covering fashion and grooming, gadgets and technology or motoring and travel, D’Marge leaves no stone unturned when it comes to the interests of the modern man. Do yourself a favour and get following D’Marge today.
Not all menswear bloggers are posy fashionistas that the everyday man would struggle to relate to. New Zealand-born fashion writer and DJ Isaac Hindin-Miller kicks off most of his posts with a light-hearted “Hey, gidday mates!” – setting the tone for laid-back, peer-to-peer content. Having launched his blog back in 2008 at the very beginning of the blogging boom, Isaac Likes has gone on to become one of the best menswear blogs out there.
With the simple mission statement “Don’t be fluffy”, Isaac left NZ soil to travel the menswear fashion circuits in his first couple of years setting up, before settling in NYC. Check him out.
Founded in 2008, Street Etiquette explores style using a cultural, historical and urban viewpoint. Created by dapper duo Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs, Street Etiquette features sartorial influences from all parts of the world and different eras in history, offering unique and creative ways to tell the story of men’s lifestyle and fashion. Having been featured in magazines such as GQ and Fantastic Man, Street Etiquette is also building strong relationships with iconic brands such as Adidas.
If you’re after some urban inspiration with a cultural twist, your search is over with Street Etiquette.
Razor sharp and worldly, you’d be forgiven for mistaking Joseph (aka Joey London) for a member of a boy band. But there’s more than meets the eye to this UK blogger, who frequently experiments with trends such as velvet, silver hair and sports luxe. Combining his love for culture, art and fashion, Joey London is the perfect platform for all of the British talent’s projects.
Whether he’s rounding up the latest trends in menswear, blogging about travel or adding videos to his YouTube channel, Joey London is definitely one to watch.
Back in 2013, professional musician and former elite-level bicycle racer Brian Sacawa noticed something missing in the world of menswear blogging. Although there were plenty of blogs covering trends and some of the more outlandish takes on men’s fashion, none of them were resonating with Brian. So he set out to create He Spoke Style, with the intention of providing practical style advice and offering approachable and relatable content for regular guys.
The result? One of the leading online destinations for premium men’s style, gentleman’s grooming, travel and lifestyle features and so much more. Flag it.
Born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria, Igee Okafor experienced life in Paris, Spain and Virginia through educational opportunities. In 2013, he moved to New York City to study business and marketing at St. John’s University. Utilising all these worldly experiences, as well as his passion for fashion, music and food, Igee Okafor launched his lifestyle blog to huge success. He’s collaborated with some of the industry’s finest, such as Mr Porter, GQ, Netflix, Gap and Daniel Wellington.
Head to Igee Okafor’s refined and sophisticated blog for a daily dose of style and culture.
For a sartorial approach with an often-quirky twist, look no further than The Gentleman Blogger. Having graduated with a BA in Public Relations from London College of Communications, Matthew Zorpas set out for digital domination by launching The Gentleman Blogger in July 2012. Since then, he has collaborated with a range of respected brands, such as Gucci, Dolce and Gabbana, Cartier and many more.
The creative consultant has been recognised as one of the best-dressed men in Britain by Esquire magazine in the UK and GQ magazine in Taiwan. Feast your eyes to find out why.
Say hello to New York blogger, Adam Gallagher, the brains and face behind I Am Galla. Bringing you styling tips, trend forecasts and general fashion inspiration, I Am Galla manages to combine Adam Gallagher’s native Californian aesthetic with a tailored New York approach to style. The outcome? The best of both stylish states.
Whether he’s bringing you his awe-inducing visual travel diaries or carefully placed product placements, Adam Gallagher knows what makes a great menswear blog. See for yourself.
No list rounding up the best menswear blogs would be complete without a mention of The Sartorialist. Blogger and photographer Scott Schuman founded the now-renowned blog with the idea of connecting the fashion world with everyday life. This mission was met with great success, with The Sartorialist easily being one of the top menswear blogs on the planet. In addition to his blog, Scott Schuman’s work has been featured in GQ, Vogue and Interview.
Further to this, Schuman’s photography now resides in the permanent collections of the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography. Now can you see what makes The Sartorialist one of the best menswear blogs in the world? Get following and get inspired.
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