Instagram is not just for stalking exes, ogling other hotties, and seeing what your friends are up to…it can also be a really awesome tool for fashion and style inspiration. Women might be a bit ahead of the game when it comes to fashion blogging, but there are plenty of guys doing it too. Here are some of the best street style Instagram accounts that give you inspiration that’s actually applicable to your life.

1. Warren Alfie Baker


Warren Alfie Baker is a stylist to some very dressed male celebrities like Evan Peters, Miles Teller, Peter Facinelli, Daniel Sunjat, Harry Shum Jr., and Iwan Rheon. He posts a lot of photos from their red carpet appearances which is good way to see a full head to toe look of both casual and dressier outfits. Sometimes he also posts his style rules and explains some of life’s bigger mysteries like how to wear multiple shades of denim at once.


2. Joey London


Joey London is a London based blogger but he’s on the go all the time, taking photos and showcasing some enviable locals and fashion finds. When he’s not on a beach he’s cruising around a city of some sort and doing it with a style that you might try and emulate for yourself.


3. Trevor Stuurman


Trevor’s bio reads “Global African. All about the visuals,” and from his account you can expect a lot of clean lines with plenty of prints. If you thought it was impossible to mix a printed pant with a printed shoe, Trevor might change the way that you think.


4. Christian Kimber


Christian Kimber designs shoes for his shoe line of the same name, and his Instagram is a great place to check them out as well as see how they can be styled. He has a flagship store in Australia, but the online store is plentiful. I particularly like Christian’s sneakers, which have all the elements that you know and love in a sneaker but are made with leather to look minimal and grownup. If you’ve been looking for a way to mix dress shoe and sneaker, the Bleeker High Top could change your life.


5. Danny Dos Santos


Danny Dos Santos is a Paris based blogger who posts a mixture of artistic stuff and carefully chosen clothing items. You can expect to see a lot of sneakers, that you will then want to buy ASAP.

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6. Brian Chan


Brian Chan was the visual supervisor at Brooks Brothers and now works at Union Made Goods, so you know his photos are going to be on point. He posts a lot of smart, tailored looking outfits as you might imagine, and they are all doable and relevant. Union Made Goods sells pieces from a variety of brands that are staples and sometimes basic, but made well to last beautifully. Their selection of Levi’s is on point and no fail.

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7. Khaled Nasr


If you’ve ever wondered how to get away with wearing a pocket square and still looking cool, Khaled Nasr is the guy to follow. He’s an electrical engineer based in Los Angeles who happens to have some pretty sweet style that he shows off in his real life. The pocket square by the way does not have to match the tie exactly, but should somehow compliment the rest of the outfit. J Crew is a good place to look for some straightforward pocket squares in neutral colors and patterns.


8. Jeff Depano


Jeff Depano is based in Seattle Washington and posts a lot about denim and other casual wear. He adds tags for most everything that he posts so that if you see something that you like you can go and get it without too much effort. He has a particular interest in Japanese denim brands, like the company orSlow who’s pieces can be found at a variety of online retailers like


9. Eric Rutherford


Eric Rutherford is a model rocking his greys and he posts a lot of stylish images about his L.A. life and beyond…he’s also an event planner and an editor for At Large magazine so he’s a busy guy.


10. Men With Footwear


Men With Footwear is a curated Instagram page of both casual and formal shoes from all over the world. Each photo has a link to the company that the shoes came from for easy buying. Who knew the loafer could get the modern update that Faruk Sagin managed to spin on it.


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