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Who says that to be a successful style blogger you have to be a female in her twenties sporting designer items or showcasing her latest vintage buys? With the rise of the male fashion blogger on the scene, you can be sure to grab some seriously stylish tips to inspire your fashion choices and sharpen your look. In celebration of style month, we’ve uncovered 6 of our favourite male fashion bloggers from 2015 so far, and yes, we reckon you can pinch a style tip or two from these guys - just be sure to capture your looks on the stag do!
The Gentleman Blogger follows sharply dressed founder Matthew Zorpas on his adventures around London and the rest of the globe. When he’s not posing in sunny hotspots, he makes everyday activities such as fetching the morning coffee appear ridiculously stylish. Zorpas has been listed in Esquire magazine’s top 20 stylish men on Instagram, and has more recently been unveiled as the front man of Fossil’s first UK campaign promoting the brand’s ‘Curious Set Collection’. Expect plenty of vibrant photography featuring some exotic locations and some handsomely tailored suits. Follow him on Instagram @MatthewZorpas
Jefferson Pires is the brainchild behind UK menswear and lifestyle blog School Boy Couture Mag, which focuses on urban street style for the fashion conscious male. He started his blog in 2009 as a place to express his creative streak and discuss everything he’s passionate about from fashion and music, to design and photography. Since then, he’s had the opportunity to work with a variety of brands such as Topman, Leica and Bang & Olufsen. Taking a centre stage in the capital city of London, Jefferson keeps his readers updated with a variety of slick city photography and vibrant scenic coastal shots. Check out the latest from Jefferson Pires on Instagram @schlboycouture
Introducing to you Californian born Adam Gallagher, the creator behind I am Galla, a men’s fashion blog which mixes his native roots with sharp and dynamic New York styling. Mr Gallagher provides his readers with some super suave photography showcasing some spectacular scenery, his fine selection of suits, his more relaxed attire and just general awesomeness. I’m not going to lie; we’re definitely a bit jealous of this well-groomed guy. This is certainly one fashion and lifestyle blog to bookmark in your browser. Keep an eye out on Adam’s latest adventures on Instagram @iamgalla
Jonathan Daniel Pryce is an award winning photographer based in London, whose blog Garcon Jon specialises in fashion and style, cool street photography and his passion for the bearded and tattooed hipster look. He’s also the author of ‘100 Beards’, which features 250 glossy images of some of the finest facial hair styles around. He captures his life on his Canon 5d mkii & his iPhone 5s - give him a follow on Instagram for some vibrant fashion photography and some inspiring style at @garconjon
Dan Hasby-Oliver, the creator of the Last Style of Defence, is a menswear writer, brand ambassador and global trends analyst who spends his time between Bath, London and Somerset. Dan’s blog brings you his views on the best fashion and style available, in addition to fashion news and products from both London and Los Angeles, as he believes that they are “sister cities in terms of style and sensibilities”. Check out Dan’s latest tips for Autumn/Winter 2015 styling and see what he's up to over on Instagram @lsofd
Okay, so as the name suggests, David Evans, also known as The Grey Fox is certainly more of a mature chap in the blogging scene in comparison to his younger counterparts; however there is definitely a thing or two this older gent can teach us about aging gracefully with style. The blog began in 2011, when David noticed that there was a massive gap in the blogging world for styling and fashion advice for men over 40, and proves a point that the older man can dress well. Although we’ve not hit 40 yet, this blogger provides some sophisticated imagery consisting of top hats, brogues and watches; we definitely say this one’s worth a follow. Catch David and his love of British-made fashion on Instagram @greyfoxblog