Stefani Tratto’s Instagram is all about #moustachepower. The Sanremo, Italy-based fashion plate shows off his duds — and killer accessory finds — along with his impressive handlebar moustache daily.
Will Taylor launched Bright.Bazaar in 2009 to show off his love of all things colourful. He shows off his polished looks against super colourful backdrops he stumbles upon all over the world. Oh, and he’s also written a book!
Saul Carrasco is a New York-based blogger and fashion stylist who shows off his #OOTDs (outfits of the day) and city adventures on Instagram. Of course, there’s amatching blog that dives deeper each of his street-ready looks.
Philip Adesulu is a Houston-based “style consultant” (aka stylist) whose posts are mainly snaps of him and his clients in sharp-dressed suits. He’s also a fan of what he calls “upscale urban wear,” and says his dream is to be the “Hitch” of fashion.
Aaron Wester is another fashion blogger who shows off his daily looks on the ‘gram. Click over to his blog to get break downs of his outfits, which are almost always a solid mix of low and high end pieces.
Kyle Hocking is a Chicago-based fashion writer behind The Simple Child, a fashion and lifestyle site. On his blog, Kyle says he started sharing his fashion finds to help fill a gap in men’s style coverage — everyday tips for the “casual guy.”
Denny Balmaceda is a NYC-based stylist who says there’s a difference between fashion and style — fashion is fleeting, style is part who you are. Along with his Instagram, Denny runs the blog Look Rich, Shop Cheap, a guide to high-low dressing.
Justin Livingston runs Scout Sixteen, a New York-based lifestyle blog with a focus on men’s fashion. Justin makes it easy for his Instagram followers to track down his daily looks, tagging each photo with where you can buy the pieces.
Fashion brought San Francisco-based couple Brock Williams and Chris Lin together, and after realizing they were always taking time out of their day to take pictures of what they were wearing for fun, they decided to launch a style blog, Yummertime, in 2014. The duo posts style snaps almost daily and, of course, there are corresponding blog posts.
EJ Samson is the director of content strategy for Hearst Digital Media Men’s Group. He oversees projects for Esquire, Popular Mechanics, and Car and Driver, but in his free time, he shares his “chest situation” with daily ‘grams.
Eff Ulloa just launched his personal Instagram this month, but he’s been posting for years as @mensfashionpost, an Insta-based resource for designer deals. Eff also has a streetwear blog, where he posts even more pictures for outfit inspiration.
Lorenzo Liverani is the Milan-based writer behind Your Mirror Style, a style blog where he’s documented his world adventures since 2012. His account is a mix ofinspiration and aspiration, with a lot of snaps from around the globe.
The Fashion Police host and celebrity stylist doesn’t post his daily looks, but when he does post what he’s wearing, you’ll know it’ll be good. Follow Brad and you’ll see behind the scenes of fashion insider events, preview the latest trends, and maybe even get some #fitspo.
Nickelson “Nick” Wooster spent more than 25 years working for fashion powerhouses Neiman Marcus, Barneys New York, and Calvin Klein, before going off on his own in 2013. That’s when he launched his style blog, and its accompanying Instagram account, where he takes followers behind-the-scenes at fashion shows and shows off his favorite finds.
Fabio Attanasio is the founder of lifestyle site The Bespoke Dudes, a modern look at classic tailoring and style. The Italian fashion writer shows off his dapper duds on Insta, while also documenting his world travels.
The German-born model (and husband to fellow fashion plate Olivia Palermo) shows off his killer street style and runway ready looks on Instagram, along with scenic shots of his and Olivia’s international adventures.
New York-based Adam Gallagher travels the world for fashion inspiration, then takes to his Instagram and blog of the same name to share what he finds with his followers. He covers everything from menswear, to food, to grooming, and music.
Phil Cohen is a Delaware-based art director and body builder with a passion for simple style. You’ll probably be motivated to up your jean and T-shirt game after a glance at Phil’s posts.
Men With Street Style isn’t one person’s style diary, but a social “fashion directory” curated by a team of style-savvy editors. Each day, the team posts pictures of well-dressed guys they spot out and about. There’s a brother account, too — @menwithclass is a collection of dressed-up gents spotted by the team.
Self-described as “a dandy’s diary of daily dapperness,” What My Boyfriend Wore is a project started by Cape Town-based blogger Sergio Ines’ girlfriend. It started as a fun way to show off her well-dressed boyfriend, but Sergio eventually took over the account and spun it into a website of the same name. Sergio posts full outfits in easy-to-view collages, and regularly does giveaways for his followers.
Sabir M. Peele founded his fashion blog, Men’s Style Pro, as a way to better interact with the audience he built as a style writer for Examiner.com. He’s been named one of the five “Best Dressed Real Men in America” by Esquire, and offers style tips along with his daily Instagram posts.
Jesse Chao is the fashion designer behind Vittorio J, a men’s neckwear line. He likes to share his killer creations, showing the average guy how easy it is to elevate an everyday look with just a tie in the process.
Self-professed menswear influencer Blake Scott uses his Instagram as a fashion diary, documenting what he wore and where he wore it. He runs the blog The Scott Effect with Ashley Tianah, where they break down the looks Blake puts together.
Chris Millington is a model and lifestyle blogger, and the embodiment of the modern gent — that’s how he describes himself. His style is somewhere between dandy and lumbersexual, an interesting mix that somehow works. You’ll have both fashion and beard envy after scrolling through his page.