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First stop should be Megan Ellaby, author of meganellaby.com (previously pagesbymegan.com). You may have heard of this fun lovin’ northern lass from her stint as an ASOS stylist, but now she’s a full time blogger (and vlogger), there’s plenty of content to get your style juices flowing.
Blogging and vlogging from Manchester, Megan’s blog is perfect for those who like playful fashion and pushing the boundaries; after all, who said you can’t break the fashion rules and still look great? Let Megan show you that you can, and feel 10/10 whilst doing it.
Lizzy Hadfield – Shot from the Street
Like tailoring, sharp lines and looks you’ll be dying to emulate? Lizzy is your girl. With a bucket load of inspiration to soak up, Lizzy will guide you effortlessly on your way from high street to high end. We suggest checking out her ‘testing basics’ videos on her YouTube channel to absolutely nail the wardrobe staples; we promise you’ll find yourself looking at the classic pieces you’d branded as ‘boring’ in a totally different light.
Olivia Purvis – What Olivia Did
An absolute must follow for lovers of all things cutesy and classic, Olivia’s style encapsulates everything from mid-century fashion and modern staples to preppy and then some. From basket bags and Charlotte Olympia slippers to dresses you’ll lose your mind over, Liv’s got you covered. Plus, she’s got a great tutorial on her YouTube channel on how to achieve a very wearable beehive, which makes it well worth a gander in our eyes.
Simon Crompton – Permanent Style
With a penchant for all things luxury and high end, Simon’s blog is an ode to all things classic in men’s fashion. Written by a journalist/editor, you can expect words as slick as the styling in this critically acclaimed and internationally renowned blog, with info on everything from timeless trends to how to guides to styling, making it feel as high end as the clothes displayed within its posts.
Clothing: Suit: Bespoke from Dege & Skinner, in 11-ounce W Bill linen. Shirt: Bespoke from D'Avino, in white linen Tie: Black large-knot grenadine, made to order at 9cm width, from Drake's Hat: Anderson & Sheppard haberdashery, in sisol straw Shoes: Bespoke from Gaziano & Girling, mid-brown adelaide with painted patina Folio: Leather envelope from British craft market (not great quality, which is why I have never mentioned it, though I do like the design) Photography: Jamie Ferguson @jkf_man #bespoke #italy #style #mensblogger #styleblogger #menwithstyle #linensuit #summer #summerstyle
Emma Hill – EJ Style
Emma Hill of EJ Style is the perfect one stop shop for the everyday wardrobe. A denim aficionado and lover of the humble blazer, Emma’s looks are easy to echo so you, too, can come across as effortlessly chic as this fashion mogul. Also dipping her toes into the home interiors side of things as well, EJ Style is a great place for inspo on how to dress yourself as well as your home; the ultimate two in one.
Hannah Whiting – Too Much is Not Enough
This top-of-the-trends lass is a must follow if you like bold pieces and styling to swoon over. Hannah’s killer style, which is majority high street, (helllooo affordable options!), is enough to kick start your own love affair with oversized jumpers, wide legged trousers and accessories. Her following is growing quickly, and Hannah is definitely one you want to be able to say you were there from the beginning, so we think your next move would be straight over to Instagram for an immediate hit of the ‘follow’ button.
From his eponymous blog, Jordan Bunker showcases his simplistic looks through a variety of perfectly presented photos and blog posts. For those after clean-cut, chic items that translate easily into the everyday wardrobe without the need for a complete rehaul, Jordan will help you realise even the simplest of changes to an outfit can create a big impact.
Matthew Zorpas – The Gentleman Blogger
Having won numerous ‘best dressed’ awards from authorities such as Esquire and GQ (internationally as well as British, may we add), you know you’re in safe styling hands with The Gentleman Blogger. Helping to inspire gents across the country to step out of their comfort zone when it comes to clothing, Matthew’s blog is full of bold yet enchanting pieces, perfect for any gentleman looking to push their own style boundaries.
Luke Ross – The Fashion Samaritan
Luke’s mission statement is to ‘create what [he] can’t find’ in a bid to help others in a style rut. If you find yourself in that position, this self proclaimed style Samaritan has plenty of looks to get your teeth into. With beautiful photography and a depth knowledge of the hottest designers to boot, The Fashion Samaritan is a great all rounder for those looking for a fashion muse.
Anthony McGrath – Clothes Make the Man
From Anthony McGrath comes this hub for all things male fashion and lifestyle. Featuring guest blog posts from a series of professionals to offer advice on everything from family health to fashion reviews, Clothes Make the Man aims to help its readers, the ‘ordinary man’, make the best sartorial choices whilst offering down to earth advice on a wide range of topics that affect their everyday lives.
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