Having a sense of style is about more than just buying the most expensive brands and matching them up according to how the store’s mannequins are adorned. Luckily there are innumerable fashion blogs and sites for women to share their daily outfits and garner ideas from their fellow fashionistas. However, in this day and age, men are just as eager to make a visual statement as women. Style makes all the difference in giving off the right first impression. Nothing is more socially appealing than a distinguished man, confident in his clothing. Fortunately, today, we bring you the best websites for men to explore aesthetic trends, discover their personal styles, and find inspiration for expressing themselves visually.
Hypebeast is the one-stop source for the latest in anything from fashion and art to gaming and technology. With over 180,000 Facebook likes, it is a favorite among men with an initiative to maintain their level of refined taste and continue to outshine in the style department. The online magazine provides insight on the latest trends to keep on top of as well as a variety of images of men’s fashion on the streets today. Its Streetsnaps section is an excellent guide to seeing how everyday men with a penchant for looking their best dress on a daily basis, from around the world. One could see a bit of themselves in these men and perhaps take a style technique away, too.
2. High Snobiety
High Snobiety offers a style of life that is sought after by the sharp-dressed urban man with a taste for street culture. Established in 2005 by David Fischer, the independently run site was designed to focus on the latest products and goods but has since expanded into a culture of its own. It updates its readers on the opening of trendy stores and release dates for fresh upcoming products. Additionally, High Snobiety shares pop culture content to draw inspiration from like The Airplane Boys’ latest music video featuring some eye-catching wardrobe choices and a cameo by a Back to the Future-style DeLorean with its gull-wings open wide.
Slamxhype is a web magazine founded by Adam Bryce in 2003. Though it looks like a fairly modest website, it provides a hefty load of content each day covering topics on style, art, culture, design, and technology that is applicable to the trendsetting man. It also presents an excellent assortment of accessories — from an embroidered belt to add color to your wardrobe to a tote-like bag with the masculine sturdiness of a canvas body — to draw innovative ideas for building your own distinctive ensemble. The #WIWT section of the site even asks the question “What are you wearing?” to allow readers to share their personal style with one another.
Since it was founded in 2006, mashKULTURE.net has been offering a carefully curated selection of content that reflects its street style culture. Though the site is based in Budapest, Hungary, it provides insight on styles and trends from around the world. In addition to fashion, the site dispenses its appreciation of skateboarding, music, photography, art, and design through its in-depth articles featuring interviews with the designers and trend makers that affect global style. More than just an aggregator of daily finds, mashKULTURE shares the latest in street culture and reviews products using their very own “mash rating” system out of ten.