Not every fashion blogger is a 20-something female obsessed with makeup and unboxing daily on Instagram. Male bloggers are infiltrating the market with lots of amazing content and tips. Look out for the newest crop of blogging sensations made up of selfie-savvy dapper dudes, taking on the social media market by storm. These men are lining up to talk about what’s in their closet, what’s happening on the street and who’s wearing what at Fashion Week. Welcome to the modern-day reality of fashion, style and lifestyle. Check our list of the “it” male bloggers for 2018.
When he’s not styling for GQ, The New York Times, Vogue or Esquire or taking in the latest runway shows, pattern specialist Salomon Thiombiano plays fashion critic and shops out his closet on his eponymous (fledgling) blog.
This London-based Zayn Malik look-alike attracts many to his blog (Joey London) filled with travel, loads of fashion, and fitness. There’s so much to appreciate about his blog and aesthetic- his modern, clean and minimist look is one to admire, and the backdrops to his photos are very picturesque and exotic, taking the term wanderlust to the next level.
3- Isaac Likes
New Zealand-born, New York-based fashion writer and DJ Isaac Hindin-Miller (of Isaac Likes) opens each of his well thought out posts with a cheery, “Hey, gidday mates!” As for Isaac’s sartorial style, we’d call it boho beach bum meets preppy hipster.
4- Trend Styled
Like so many of his fashion-blogging peers, Saul Carrasco of Trend Styled spends a lot of his time on sponsored holidays promoting the various brands that use him as an ambassador. He has incredible style, a travel rolodex which is to be coveted and many tips on skincare.
5- YourMirror Style
Though YourMirror Style founder Lorenzo Liverani has a large and rather impressive list of clients including Dior, Chopard, Calvin Klein, Gap, Levi’s, Tommy Hilfiger and Timberland he maintains humble and keeps his content and style authentic and interesting. “I want to prove that to dress well, you do not need to masquerade and conceal your true personality, with careful color, fabric and layer combinations, anyone can achieve a great look that complements and emphasizes their true character,” writes the blogger.
6- Fresher Than Chris
Meet Christian Law. Founded in 2009, his style site Fresher Than Chris goes well beyond outfit posts to provide fashion show reviews, style advice, grooming tips and stylized fashion shoots. Fans follow and yearn for a glimpse of his unique personal flare and stay for his expert fashion knowledge, delivered with his own personal and candid perspective.
7- He Spoke Style
We’re fairly certain Brian Sacawa of He Spoke Style would perfectly suit the Mad Men Era with his old school gentleman-like fashionable flare. How else would you explain his beloved appreciation for a well-tailored suit and refined palate for the best whiskies.
In the era of Louis Vuitton x Supreme,and high fashion collaborations with sport and street wear this blog is where style meets the street. if you’re not following sneaker/streetwear blog Highsnobiety, you are definitely missing out on what is happening in the hip crossover style and street-wear scene.
9- I am Galla
Meet New York blogger Adam Gallagher, the tall, dark and handsome mastermind behind I Am Galla, a very neat and clean style synopsis for the all-American male. Lots of incredible fashion posts and pics to be seen here as well.
Bright Bazaar is a great blog to follow if you love colorful fashion and colorful interior design. (Founder and Amazon best-selling author Will Taylor lives by the mantra “beige is boring!”) In his many years of blogging (9 to be precise), Taylor has worked with ELLE Decor, Refinery29, BuzzFeed and The Huffington Post, to name a few.