The Latest

Aug 22, 2014 / 165 notes

(via todaystie)

Aug 15, 2014 / 2,704 notes

(via styleguy)

Aug 8, 2014 / 460 notes

menstyle1:

Men’s red style.

FOLLOW for more pictures.

Women’s Fashion Blog | Facebook | Instagram

(via sixsixperspective)

mnswrmagazine:

Casual chique. Style by @r3zap3rz // MNSWR style inspiration || #menswear #mensfashion #mensstyle #style #sprezzatura #sprezza #mentrend #menwithstyle #gentlemen #bespoke #mnswr #fashion #tagsforlikes #sartorial || www.MNSWR.com
Aug 3, 2014 / 119 notes

mnswrmagazine:

Casual chique. Style by @r3zap3rz // MNSWR style inspiration || #menswear #mensfashion #mensstyle #style #sprezzatura #sprezza #mentrend #menwithstyle #gentlemen #bespoke #mnswr #fashion #tagsforlikes #sartorial || www.MNSWR.com

(via thesharpgentleman)

Aug 3, 2014 / 2,685 notes

chrisgaffey:

WAR PAINT

WWII USAAF Type A-2 leather flight jacket artwork 

(via streetcoyote)

dolce-vita-lifestyle:

La Dolce Vita - Over 90,000 Images of Wealth, Fashion and Luxury
Jul 21, 2014 / 171 notes

dolce-vita-lifestyle:

La Dolce Vita - Over 90,000 Images of Wealth, Fashion and Luxury

(via sixsixperspective)

Jul 15, 2014 / 560 notes

menstyle1:

Socks combo.

FOLLOW for more pictures.

Follow us also on:

- Facebook: CLICK HERE

- Instagram: CLICK HERE

yourstyle-men:

bangarangblog:

rugged

Style For Men on Tumblrwww.yourstyle-men.tumblr.com
VKONTAKTE -//- FACEBOOK -//- INSTAGRAM
Jun 27, 2014 / 2,143 notes
Jun 27, 2014 / 485 notes

menstyle1:

Floral print #2.

FOLLOW
for more pictures

(via thesharpgentleman)

Jun 27, 2014 / 353 notes
Jun 27, 2014 / 42 notes

(via royal-lounge)

Jun 27, 2014 / 154 notes

(via bstmr78)

Jun 27, 2014 / 220 notes

menstyle1:

Inspiration #4
FOLLOW for more pictures

(via his-vogue-style)

Jun 22, 2014 / 265 notes
Jun 22, 2014 / 131 notes

nomanwalksalone:

THE TAO OF MAOMAO

by William Phips

I recently sat down with internet style icon maomao1980 at his private jet hanger to discuss menswear.  No, not really.  But I still like to imagine that he responded to my questions from a Gulfstream.

Mao was born in Beijing, raised in the US  and now finds himself based again in Beijing.  Yet somehow he managed to avoid the mediocrity of dress associated with both places.  

His style was therefore, of necessity, self-taught:

No one really taught me how to dress, there are no great stories of a stylish father and hand-me-down vintage ties and cufflinks. My parents’ China was a very simple China. Average citizens went about their government-assigned roles and lived quietly and happily, unconcerned with the materialism and social evolution that occupied the contemporary western world. My generation, the post 80’s or so-called “lost” generation was born to face a much different world but our parents and teachers never taught us the skills or equipped us the tools to deal with a brand new China. When my father is required to wear a tie, guess who helps him with the knot?

Read More

(via mrmoderngentleman)