If you're looking to expand your style horizons, the best way to do that is by reading the blogs written by other men. These blogs are full of tips and tricks for how to dress, what's in fashion, and how to make your own clothing. They're also a great way to get inspired for new ideas and trends. If you want some recommendations for good blogs to follow, here are some of our favorites.
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Put This On
Put This On is a blog about men's style, with a focus on suits and tailoring. It was started in 2006 by Glen O'Brien, who writes the majority of posts. The site has an archive of articles on suits, ties, shoes and more; these range from general advice to specific reviews of brands and gear.
From The Depths Of Men's Fashionland
From The Depths Of Men's Fashionland is written by a man named Will who lives in the UK. The blog focuses on menswear, style and grooming. It also has a section called "From The Depths Of Men's Fashionland" where Will explores the history of menswear.
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The Sartorialist is a fashion blog run by photographer Scott Schuman. The site was launched in 2004, and has since become one of the most popular resources for men's style on the web.
Schuman shoots street style photos of both men and women, capturing images that show off their sense of personal style and taste in clothing. He also hosts regular interviews with influential figures in fashion journalism, giving readers an inside look at how these professionals think about trends, dressing for work, or finding inspiration from past eras.
The Effortless Gent is a men's style blog created by Jeff Carvalho, who is a former professional photographer and founder of the site. He writes about everything from how to dress for different occasions to advice on how to improve your wardrobe. The blog has an interactive feel with lots of images and videos that make it easy for readers to understand what he's talking about.
A Continuous Lean
A Continuous Lean is a great blog for men who want to stay up-to-date on the latest trends in menswear. The site's content focuses on fashion, street style and travel.
The blog posts are well written, with good advice for men who want to learn how to dress better or expand their wardrobe. The photography is excellent as well.
One thing we really like about A Continuous Lean is that they have an extensive list of other blogs listed at the bottom of each post (called a blogroll). This makes it easy for visitors who enjoy reading these kinds of blogs to find more like them.
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And The Rest Is Silence
And The Rest Is Silence is a blog that covers everything from music and movies to fashion and lifestyle. The owner of the site is a freelance writer who's been featured in many publications, including Esquire, Maxim and GQ. He has also worked as an editor for several magazines.
The blog posts very often, with new content appearing every day or two days. If you want to get in touch with the blogger or want to submit an article for consideration, he has put together an easy-to-use contact form on his website where you can send him your ideas or questions about anything related to blogging.
Style Aesthetic is a blog run by Phillip, who has been blogging for over a decade and has his own style aesthetic. The owner wants to convey his personal approach to fashion through his writing and photography. He covers everything from classic tailoring to modern sneakers and streetwear with an emphasis on quality materials and construction.
Style Aesthetic is one of the best blogs out there because it offers something different than most other sites: an insider's look at how someone develops their own personal style (and why), along with recommendations based on that person's preferences rather than what they think others want them to wear according to trends or seasonality--which can be helpful if you're unsure where exactly your interests lie.
Well Spent is a blog about men's style and life, written by Dan Trepanier. The site has been around since 2008 and has grown to be one of the most influential sources for guys who want to look good and live well.
The site covers everything from fashion tips and tricks to home decorating ideas, but you'll also find plenty of content on grooming products and even some healthy recipes thrown into the mix as well.
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The Slow Miser
The Slow Miser is a men's fashion blog that offers advice on how to dress well and look sharp while doing it. The site is written by London-based photographer, Elliot Jay Stocks, who also writes for British GQ. The blog covers everything from how to wear sneakers with suits or how to dress like James Bond. It also has a section called "Fashion Advice For Men" where you can ask questions about anything related to style and grooming.
Dappered Man is a men's lifestyle blog that focuses on menswear and style. It was started in 2009 by Tom Giannattasio, who wanted to create a place where he could share his passion for clothing with other people who shared the same interests. The blog covers everything from grooming tips (like how to clean your shoes), fashion advice (like how to wear chinos), watch reviews, and more.
Dappered Man has been featured in numerous publications including Esquire Magazine as well as websites such as Forbes & Business Insider.
I hope you enjoyed this list of mens fashion blogs. If I missed any that you think should be on it, please let me know! Also, don't forget to check out the other blog articles on the Joel Wade website!