Is your wardrobe getting a little tired? Stuck in a sartorial rut? Follow these five stylish chaps on Instagram to inspire you to dress better.
EJ Samson is director of content strategy at Hearst Digital Media, who has helped shaped GQ and now Esquire’s web strategy.
He’s a snappy dresser too, carving out an online niche which can only be described as the “chest shot”.
You get lots of close-ups of ties and pocket squares – he has a seemingly endless collection – and there is a lot of textures and patterns on show.
You also get the occasional picture of his shoes and socks combination.
Nick Wooster has been involved in the fashion industry for the best part of 25 years, sos is something of an authority on men’s style.
Now successfully freelancing, he is considered to be one of the snappiest dressers around. His aesthetic is largely smart and he sports a rather excellent white beard.
His Instagram account captures his very envious lifestyle, as well documenting his latest get-ups.
Oh, and when he’s more relaxed in what he’s wearing, you get to see his cool sleeve tattoos.
Phil Cohen is an art director who likes to work out – he’s an amateur bodybuilder in his spare time.
His look can only be described as “understated gent”. He is a big fan of the denim jeans, shirt/jumper and blazer combo … which he makes work.
What is clear by his posts is that he likes to take his time when selecting an outfit. There is something meticulous about his wardrobe.
What is interesting about his style is that it doesn’t seem to be impacted by his bodybuilding – it is often joked that bodybuilders and wrestlers look ill at ease with certain clothes types.
Moti Ankari’s day job is as market editor at Bloomberg. By night he is a fashion blogger. Sometimes you can have it all.
He has a rather eclectic style, which he makes work. He puts together items that you would ordinarily overlook, which is something of a signature look for him.
He definitely isn’t afraid to experiment and while this doesn’t always deliver brilliant results, the fact he dares is inspirational.
It encourages us to test new ways of dressing and that can only be a positive thing.
Sergio Ines’ girlfriend was so impressed by her partner’s style, she set up the Instagram account What My Boyfriend Wore.
It soon became a worldwide hit and Sergio took over. He even has a website dedicated to his unique look.
Currently he is working a very formal style and he offers fashion fans a multitude of options when it comes to wearing suits or a shirt/trouser combo.
He’s a big fan of mixing and matching watches and bangles, which is novel because the rule is that you keep them on separate wrists.