After multiple requests from my brother, David, to write an article about men’s fashion I have finally complied.  This one is for you, gentleman.  Or for the women who shop for you.  Read on for my favorite men’s brands as well as the dudes I consider to be the dopest male fashion bloggers around right now. You’re welcome, baby brother.

East Dane is the brother site of Shopbop, one of my favorite places to score designer deals.  Launched in 2013, East Dane touts itself as a place for men who are more interested in style than trends.  I like this site for a variety of reasons; the free shipping and returns, the awesome selection of items from 20 up to 70% on sale, the sick lookbooks and the brands they offer.  In one place a guy (or the person who dresses him) can shop Rag & Bone, Jack Spade, Kenzo (newly added!), Vince, Steven Alan and many more.

I’m considering scooping up either this perfect blazer from Bespoken or this leather jacket from Dsquared2 for my husband and I love these sneakers from The Generic Man.  My brother would totally rock these shorts from Swim-ology and these jeans from 3X1 are the fit that every man should be buying. No skinnies please and let’s leave the baggy denim to teenage boys…from 1994.

Zara, the high street favorite of the female fashion set, has a fabulous men’s section aptly named Zara Man.  Tailored trousers and shirts, sophisticated outerwear and on trend footwear are offered season after season.  I’m digging this short sleeved shirt from their Spring collection paired with these linen trousers or these straight leg jeans.  Order online and get free shipping and returns; or just return to your nearest Zara store.  As any woman who has shopped at Zara will tell you, however, their Spanish sizing can be tricky- I’d advise going in to try things on if you can.  I also like J Crew’s selection for men, Diesel and you can’t go wrong with Hugo Boss. Ever.

For style inspiration, check out the blogs of these dudes below.  And, fellas, take notes.

  1. Guerrisms

Street style photographer, Karl-Edwin Guerre, shoots mostly dapper men in great suits.  His own style is on point as well.

  1. Image Granted

D.C. based menswear consultant Grant Harris offers an inside look into the fashion industry along with cool interviews and posts like Style Q&A; Getting to the Bottom of Trousers where he answers men’s questions about how pants should fit.

  1. He Spoke Style

Brian Sacawa has done a lot of cool stuff.  He’s an award winning saxophone player, a Category 1 elite bicycle racer and a runner up in a national cocktail recipe competition.  I’m just glad he somehow finds the time to maintain his blog and write articles like Pull It All Together: The Art of an Outfit.

  1. One Dapper Street

Marcel Floruss describes himself as a “German dude who loves fashion and all that goes with it”.  He captures the best that male street style has to offer from edgy looks to guys with a preppier sensibility  He also shoots his own looks and seriously kills it every time.

  1. BryanBoy

Bryan Grey-Yambao was early on the blogging scene and is now a serious front row fixture at Fashion Week (say that 3 times fast).  He started his blog in 2004; way before female heavy hitters like Susie Lau, Rumi Neely and Chiara Ferragni were the household names that they’ve become.  His style is definitely not for every guy- occasionally eccentric, often androgynous but always interesting.  He rocks high and low and does it in a way that is totally his own.  His blog is a fun look into his fabulous jet setting life.  This one was especially for you, David.

On Instagram, check out the feeds of Brandon Bryant @wallstreet.paper, @male_fashion_style and @stylebyurban.

So men, go forth and shop and buy nice things that won’t embarrass your girlfriend/boyfriend/wife/husband.  And David, don’t say I never did anything for you. Xoxo

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