That online fashion world heavily favors women. Fact of life. From LOOKBOOK to countless female-focused blogs, where are men who crave style inspiration to turn to? We all know of the Sartorialist, but what else is out there? We’ve curated some of our favorite men-focused fashion portals that are full of swagger and class.
The awesomeness that is Mr. Porter’s fashion hub never fails to blow our mind. Not only does it sell clothes, but it has a thorough content portal that helps men bring their fashion A-game. Its Style Council is made up of fashion insiders who contribute advice and inspiration. It has a Tumblr and print newspaper that can be delivered right to your door. It provides style guides for different occasions and, in sum, is just all around awesome. It’s our favorite men’s destination on the web thus far, so if you don’t know it head over there immediately.
These men continue to impress; the look books are insanely refreshing. You’ve probably seen them all over the web by now, but their site never fails to disappoint. The style is full of layering inspiration for a prep look that will make the ladies weak in the knees.
Men’s Health Lookbook
You wouldn’t think of turning to Men’s Health for fashion inspiration, but it has some great finds on its look book, ranging across lifestyle interests that can help any man live a sartorial existence.
Guy Style Guide
We’ll be the first to admit we’re not a big fan of Tumblr sites (the UI is just RIDICULOUSLY bad in most cases!), but the Guy Style Guide brings a lot to the table via street style, product closeups, the runway, and fashion editorials. The aesthetic varies, but tends to lean toward the urban prep variety
The Urban Gentleman
The Urban Gent has a lot to offer on its site, from how-to’s to fashion news. However, our favorite will always be the street style portion in which the founders share both their own photo shoots and carefully curated looks from across the web.
Boys Life Blog
This Tumblr has a very strong aesthetic, the type of men you’ll see donning the cover of GQ or the Sartorialist. The curator has an impeccable editor’s eye, making each look more lust worthy than the next.
This is a bit more broader than the other Tumblrs on here, a bit more abstract, but still worthy of inclusion. It has a lot of variety in angles of shots, too, which can appease to a variety of artistic onlookers. You’ll see women’s looks in here as well, but it seems most of them are lewd, so it still speaks to the man audience
Aso’s Fashion Finder
If you like looks of the hipster variety, you’ll love Asos online community of real people showing how they interpret fashion. While not as robust as LOOKBOOK, it is equally as real and definitely worth a gander.
You’d think this one would be a no brainer, but Pinterest seems to be still dominated by women. Just a quick “men’s fashion” search can bring countless boards to the table for your viewing pleasure. Some of our favorites include Kyle Newton’s Men’s Fashion board and Shawna Kitty’s When Men Dress to Impress board. However, there are countless boards so sky’s the limit.
Did we miss any? Tell us in the comments!