For those who have yet to embark on their own voyage onto TikTok, we’d like to give you a little nudge to go and try it out—specifically over towards the men’s style space of TikTok.
Why style? Well for the knowledge of course. You know TikTok is educational, after all. There are tons of awesome accounts you can follow for inspiration, tips, trends, and more.
And while we could all go read up on men’s style and fashion elsewhere on the internet, TikTok is more fun, more creative, and just as informative as the proper publications.
Men’s Style TikTok Accounts You Should Be Following
The men who run these TikTok accounts all embody the motto, “Our best fits bring out the best versions of ourselves.”
They all have their own unique style they’ve chosen to share with the world. From formal wear to streetwear, to vintage, these are the best men’s style TikTok accounts that will give you tips and inspiration for boosting the way you dress.
DevinOnDeck’s style is rooted in streetwear, specifically Japanese streetwear and fashion. His videos consist of outfit layouts, popular sneakers and accessories, and showcases of his favorite garments to wear—he’s big on kimonos. DevonOnDeck even does his own designing. He recently released a Dragonball Z-inspired sneaker with Sia Collective that sold out immediately.
@edgyalbert (Albert Muzquiz)
One of Albert Muzquiz’s main messages is practicing sustainable fashion. His posts are filled with an encyclopedic knowledge of what types of vintage denim individuals can buy and which brands hold up best when looking for vintage pieces.
His style philosophy is pretty close to this question, “Why thirst over a new expensive garment that will break down after a few washes when you can buy something looks just as good, is inherently durable, and can be bought at a fraction of the price?”
juulian.c (Julian Carter)
Julian Carter is a great follow if you’re interested in DIY alterations and design. He has a focus on thrifting, and his style hovers around parts of military and utilitarian dress. Our favorite videos are when he takes a popular product, like these Adidas Forum’s above, and adds his own custom twist.
@timedessaint (Tim Dessaint)
If you’re looking to put some more effort into modern, formal fits, Tim Dessaint has tons of videos you can refer to. His style leans towards streetwear, but he uses that inspiration to apply it to a fresher and casual look. Think of these outfits in scenarios where you might take a girl out to a nice dinner or stroll around the city with friends on the weekend.
@somotayo10 (Stephen Omotayo)
Based in the UK, Stephen Omotayo’s bio reads, “I just like clothes.” If you want to look fly without overthinking, we’ll point you over to Stephen. He’s got a solid grasp on current trends and is good at showing how to branch out multiple outfits from a single garment or sneaker.
Based in Germany, Jermaine’s videos revolve more around streetwear and designer fashion. What’s unique about Jermaine’s profile is you see some of the parallels, as well as the differences, between global fashion and what’s popular in the U.S. Some of our favorite posts include his how-to’s on taking outfit pics so you can show your style.
The level of creativity and the sheer amount of outfits Seth is able to put together tastefully in his videos is pretty dang impressive. What he often does is he takes an abstract theme and puts together an outfit-inspired roundup. His ones on Netflix, Adult Swim, and Winnie the Pooh are a few of our favorites.
@dallyboy13 (Dallas Blaine)
If you were to name what states have the most stylish men, Mississippi would probably rank pretty low. The good news is there’s one person we know of from Mississippi who’s got a cool sense of style, and that’s Dallas Blaine. His outfits are often inspired by what he describes in his bio, “Dress like your grandpa,” and his posts include tips on how to wear American heritage-inspired clothes.
@jaeseung_lee_ (Jason Lee)
If you’re more into how to go about sourcing vintage clothes from the thrift, Jason Lee is great at showcasing his finds and pairing his outfits either on the spot at the store or back at his crib. His content also includes advanced style advice and trends to take notes on.
While many of us might not ever experience what it feels like to have a true personal stylist, following men’s style accounts like these on TikTok gets us pretty dang close.
Give these guys a follow and start tapping into that educational content TikTok is always good for.
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John is the Style & Gear Editor for BroBible. You can contact him on Twitter @johnthompsoniv or via email John@brobible.com
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