The Top 10 Men’s Fashion ranking was last updated 31/05/2017.
Launched in 2012 Menswear Style has grown to become one of the leading digital publications in the UK. From the UK’s finest independent menswear stores to how to wear trouser suspenders to luxury trainer brands, Menswear Style provides an essential guide for the fashion-conscious man. The editor-in-chief Craig Landale is a marketer and fashion expert who has worked with high profile brands such as Mulberry and is the author of ‘ABC of Man: The Foundations of a Stylish Man’.
Ape to Gentleman is a men’s grooming, fashion and lifestyle blog which was created to provide informative and engaging content on male grooming including reviews of the best face lotions and skin moisturisers. The author of the blog Chris Beastall uses the blog as a platform to show men how they can use fashion as a catalyst to enrich their lives.
Designed for the more refined man, Permanent Style has established itself as the UK’s authority on classic and luxury menswear, winning critical acclaim from the likes of GQ and The Times. Authored by journalist and editor Simon Crompton, Permanent Style offers practical advice and insights on classic style and clothing.
Authored by Anthony McGrath, Clothes Make the Man acts as a medium between blog sites that are either high-end or high-street focused. Catering to the ‘ordinary man’ this blog offers down to earth advice to help its readers make well-informed sartorial choices. In addition to this, the blog features regular interviews with figures of interest from the industry, ranging from journalists, CEO’s and the everyday man.
5. Grey Fox
In a bid to fill a vital gap in the market – a menswear blog aimed at older men (40 and above) – David Evans created Grey Fox in 2011. Grey Fox proves that older men can pull off a variety of fashionable looks – both casual and formal, while promoting British brand and manufacturers, such as Kempadoo Millar, Johnstons of Elgin and Farlows.
Blogger and vlogger Carl Thompson created his self-titled blog to document his personal style. As the founder of menswear label Hawkins & Shepherd, Carl offers style advice on both tailored and casual fashion and analyses current trends. Blending menswear fashion gems with his luxury handmade luxury shirts, Carl Thompson offers tips to create and perfect any look.
7. Michael 84
Authored by Michael Adams, a T-shirt designer from Newcastle, Michael84 has become one of the most prominent men’s fashion and lifestyle blogs in the UK. Drawing on his personal style for inspiration, Michael continues to update the blog with fashion tips and advice on what to wear, a glimpse into his brand directory, updates on Newcastle Fashion Week, and retail and fashion related news.
Luke Ross, author of The Fashion Samaritan uses himself as the centrepiece of his blog to create high-fashion looks and inspiration. Inspired by fashion gurus like Andre Leon Talley, Luke shares shots from his fashion look book, including outfits from Paul Smith, Alexander McQueen, Saint Laurent, and Common Projects. Creatively shot in different locations across London and the UK, The Fashion Samaritan makes clever use of bold colours and avant garde fashion designs.
Jordan Bunker’s self-titled blog features inspiring fashion related content to suit his own personal style. With a preference for dark hues, including black, grey and navy, and an eye for design, Jordan documents his style using creative imagery. Jordan’s blog documents hidden gems that he finds during trips away, and beautifully presents them for his readers to find.
The man behind The Gentleman Blogger is Matthew Zorpas, a self-styled fashion expert. As the name of the blog suggests, Matthew lives up to his name as one of London’s most dapper gents. Set out like a high-brow magazine, The Gentleman Blogger features high-end fashion inspiration for a variety of seasons and events. As well as providing readers with fashion and style updates, Matthew also includes travel guides and shares his love of classic motors.
The fundamentals of working with bloggers are the same as with traditional journalists at traditional media outlets: respect their schedules; take time to read their material to learn their interests; and only contact them if/when they want to be contacted.
Vuelio’s blog ranking methodology takes into consideration social sharing, topic-related content and post frequency. Profiles of these men’s fashion blogs and their authors can be found in the Vuelio Media Database.