3 More Men’s Style Bloggers We Love

We love our men’s style bloggers at The Male Stylist, different opinions, styles, fashions and authors offer inspiration to us as well as their numerous followers and readers. As a way of thanking them, we want to share a little blogger love with them and show you guys where you can get some of the best advice on men’s style on the internet.

The Staple

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Brainchild of Seb Law and platform for men’s style, fashion and grooming advice, this is a great read and full of educational articles that question various factors of menswear. His discussion on what menswear can learn from womenswear questions the boundaries between menswear and womenswear and how fashion is becoming more exposed to consumers globally thanks to social media and other online platforms.

The Sharpened Lead

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Authored by Colin Chapman and featured in GQ and Tatler, The Sharpened Lead has quickly made a name for itself as a source for fashion news and an authority on style advice. Chapman is also a regular contributor to The Guardian and is the Editor at LDNFashion. With such a prestigious CV you know that the content is worth it’s weight in gold. Make sure to check it out and subscribe.

Buckets & Spades

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One of the best known men’s style bloggers around, Matthew Pike runs the beautiful buckets and spades blog showcasing his outfits, adventures and brand features. One of the friendliest bloggers on Twitter, you can ask his advice on almost any topic within men’s fashion and know that you’ll be getting an informed response. We guarantee that once you’ve read his articles, you’ll be hooked for life.

Those were just a few more of our favourite bloggers out there, so make sure to read them as you’ll get plenty of great information and advice. If you liked the article feel free to comment, like and/or share it with your friends. If you know of a blog that should be on our next list then leave a comment below and check it out for next time.

By Adam Walker

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