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7 Men’s Street Style Blogs You Should Follow

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Samuel Spencer
Updated: 22 November 2016
In the saturated fashion blogging world, it is difficult to decide what’s worth following. Luckily, we have saved you some of the trouble. From portraits of men’s candid fashion confidence to specific blogs showing the fashion of London’s Sikh population, these are the 12 blogs that will up your fashion game.

Men In This Town

The brainchild of photographer Giuseppe Santamaria, Men in this Town is a tribute to the men who are confident enough to show their unique style on the streets.

Boy From Dagbon

Beginning as a humble personal Tumblr, Boy From Dagbon has now grown to become a major face on the men’s fashion scene. Its founder sees the website not just as a blog but as an encyclopedia of style. Looks are categorised by type and not by date, and you can lose hours to Boy From Dagbon’s meticulous collections of photographer Abdel Abdulai’s images of denims or accessories.

FASHION : BV LOOKBOOK #109 + DAPPER'S DELIGHT | ©bobbi vie/Flickr

FASHION : BV LOOKBOOK #109 + DAPPER’S DELIGHT | ©bobbi vie/Flickr

The Locals

Based in Copenhagen, The Locals is truly a pioneering site. Showcasing street style before street style was even a phenomena, its founder Soren Jepson is now the definitive voice of Denmark street style, with his work featured regularly in Danish Vogue.

Singh Street Style

Calling himself ‘The Turbaned Fashion Blogger’, Paradeep Singh Bahra’s Singh Street Style page focuses on Indian men in London. Paradeep’s work has featured everywhere from Vogue to , and he has received modeling contracts with a number of exclusive menswear brands that highlight his smart and stylish fashion.

The Urban Gentleman

Not just a street style blog, but more like a way of life: The Urban Gentlemen combines fashion, style and grooming, and has since 2008. To quote the website itself, The gentlemen that The Urban Gentlemen is aimed at are men ‘of style, class, culture, and of course…a bit of swag.”

Dapper Lou

One of the most well-designed of the style blogs, Dapper Lou has a quality magazine feel throughout due to its great editorial and beautiful photography. Articles are always insightful, and set themselves apart through solid content.

A Gentleman’s Row

A UK-based blog in a constant state of evolution, A Gentlemen’s Row (usually shortened to AGR) has gone from blog to website to fashion news site, then back to a blog with its news site at a new location. Whilst the format may have changed many times, the inspiration behind it hasn’t, with blogger Sam Brady always giving his unique voice and views on all fashion matters.

Bow Tie | ©Pixabay

Bow Tie | ©Pixabay