8 Style Influencers That You Should Follow

These guys will change the way you look at style and fashion and also help your wardrobe get that much needed uplift!

Are you that guy who believes that fashion is just a thing for women? Well, guess what we have here for you – these male style influencers are ruling Instagram like nobody’s business (check their count of followers if you don’t believe us) and have a complete understanding of the latest trends in clothing, accessories and footwear.

Whether you need tips to style your look for an official meeting or a casual get together, the Instagram accounts of these guys will surely give you some inspiration and help you make an eye-catching statement each time you walk out of your home. And now we’d like to present them to you…drum roll please…

1. Riaan J. George

Be it a formal office look or a pool side relaxed one, Riaan leaves no stone unturned and manages to nail them all. This guy loves classic pieces like a white shirt, grey suit and navy tees and likes to add an element of colour to every look – check out the crazy socks, fun shoes and colourful watch straps and you’ll know what we’re talking about. And what’s Riaan’s style mantra? “Just stick to what you are best at,” says the blogger-journalist.

Follow: https://www.instagram.com/urbaneyebyrg/

Riaan J. George


2. Karron S Dhinggra 

His signature style is brilliantly tailored suits with crisp contrasting ties and a perfectly folded pocket square. “There is no substitute for hardwork,” he says. Mariano Di Vaio, an Italian blogger is his biggest inspiration.

Follow:  https://www.instagram.com/theformaledit/


3. Tejeshwar Sandhoo

Delhi-based menswear blogger, Tejeshwar Sandhoo, loves wearing torn denims with a basic tee and white sneakers. At least, that’s what we gather from his crazily followed Instagram account. He believes that style is a very personal thing and hence he looks for inspiration from within. “Find your own style and then evolve with it”, says Sandhoo. 

Follow:  https://www.instagram.com/blueberryblackout/


4. Jeremy Cabral

One look at Jeremy’s Instagram account was enough to inspire us to take notes and mimic his ethnic look – an elegant kurta pyjama and a statement watch, simple yet stylish. The blogger advises men to wear something that makes them feel comfortable as this will automatically bring out their personal style. “Strive daily to be the best version of you,” he says.

Follow:  https://www.instagram.com/fmwdotcom/


5. Shakti Yadav

The denim on denim look of Shakti might be quite common, but the way he styles it is what makes it so refreshing. Yadav prefers keeping his looks simple, classic and relaxed. He believes in doing what he loves rather than running behind success without any motive.

Follow:  https://www.instagram.com/thefebruaryboy/


6. Mridul Madhok

Mridul is a Delhi-based fashion blogger who doesn’t miss a chance to impress his followers with his unique style.  You’ll believe us when you have a look at one of his trendsetting looks – a white asymmetric kurta paired with a light blue half jacket. His style is a mix of quirky and classic. 

Follow:  https://www.instagram.com/mridulmadhok/

Mridul Madhok


7. Mudit Malhotra

The Mr. International India 2016 will not just give you fashion goals, but fitness goals too! He is big on formal wear and comes up with some very impressive shirt-tie and blazer looks. In one of his posts, Malhotra has put together a classic look – a light colour cotton shirt paired with blue pants and brown formal shoes. 

Follow:  https://www.instagram.com/official_muditmalhotra/

Mudit Malhotra


8.  Usaamah Siddique

Siddique might look lean, but he can carry off both shirts and overcoats with unmatched panache. This style blogger loves his cotton and linen shirts, denims and white sneakers. Also, he doesn’t shy away from accessorising his winter wear with some scarves every now and then.

Follow:  https://www.instagram.com/usaamahsiddique/


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