Here at Samuel Windsor, we love fashion and thought we’d share some blogs that love fashion too.
Keep stylish, smart and sophisticated with our picks from the men’s fashion blogosphere.
As well as his interest in clothes, Nick has a passion for ‘manitques’ – antiques for men. Want to know how to be middle aged and elegant? Look no further.
This site features a broad range of style ideas and collections, in a high fashion, meets gentleman cross over.
According to them, “style exists when drawn from many sources rather than one place.”They also offer their opinion on ‘anything cool, interesting or quirky too.’
Smell, look and act like James Bond with this quintessentially British blog.
Recently that’s been Bradley Wiggins’ new collection. With lots of short, sharp, snappy posts it’s as much 24/7 fashion news as it is a blog.
Whatever your fashion sense you’ll find something here. With the summer holidays upon us, you might like to check out the stunning collection of swim shorts – our favourite, the Aloha Hibiscus print by Hacket.
“The fashion industry is blind to a large, affluent market – middle aged men.” That’s the opinion of the Grey Fox. His advice for dressing after 40 is to keep it simple and comfortable.
But it’s not just straight forward fashion advice you’ll find here. This is a blog that explores ageless style, and it’s written by a man who loves input and questions from readers.
This blog’s stylish feature on the Lords, Long room, looks like a throwback to the time when cricket really was a gentleman’s game. It’s not just chunky knit jumpers though.
Jon Holt’s blog has a love for tailoring and everything gentlemanly; with features on design, trends and great looking garments.
The Raf Simons designed Adidas trainers that ‘seemingly change colour’ really are quite cool. Style snobbery takes a backseat too, as Colin Chapman gives practical and well written advice on how to dress, groom and stay comfortable.
Written by the creative pair of Laura, the journalist, and John, the cut throat barber. Stay informed about their fashionable lives and don’t let style slip with parenthood. A finalist in the Mum and Dad (MAD) 2013 blog competition, it has more than just knowledge, it has heart.
The blog is written by iamjro, who has an ‘obsession with sneakers and prints’. When you add sports, art and grooming into the mix you have a general hub for everything ‘man’
The Ged LabBe inspired and pick the right pants or build a summer outfit on a budget. Find the right formula for modern manliness, in this ‘lab’ written by Ged the ‘30 something Londoner’.
It’s an all encompassing home for everything man. Stay groomed, stay healthy and look cool.
How do you test a waterproof jacket?
Well you wear it, lie on the floor and let your friends pour water on you. This is just one of the ‘random bits and bobs’ that interest this self-proclaimed ‘Northern Monkey,’ like fashion, design and the odd bit of music.
Throw in a post about a chip fork/bottle opener and you have a blog about more than just fashion. ACM proves it’s not all about suits and Oxford shoes.
Jackets, shoes and high street style are just part of this varied and interesting blog.
This blog is stuffed with hidden gems and classics, with a twist of the old Blighty.
The blog’s not just about McQueen’s tweed though. Billy Webb aims to ‘include everything the dandy gent needs to keep him happy.’ Here, you’ll find fashions from the 1950s and a mix of high end and high street fashion.
It’s fun, it’s friendly and it’s full of great stuff about style.