Our clothing inspiration must come from somewhere and unless you're brave enough to mimic straight from the runway, celebrities and influencers are your next best bet. We've therefore done the hard work for you and rounded up the best dressed men we've seen this week.
This week we've seen the summer slowly coming to an end, with the bank holiday being the 'official' end of the not so hot months we called summer. Now the world of fashion is going through the awkward transition from summer to autumn. Dressing for the sometimes hot, sometimes cold weather can be tricky but the men we see constantly being papped seem to have it nailed. Here's our top five of the week.
This weeks build up to one of the biggest fights in boxing history has brought crazy fans, fighting talk and big fashion statements. On Tuesday, Conor McGregor was seen at the Las Vegas ceremony in a deep purple three piece suit where he got into a fan frenzy and stated he wanted to put Mayweather to sleep. The boxer stood out in his purple attire looking smart and ready for the big fight Saturday 26th.
Being photographed and showcased on Brooklyn Beckham's Instagram has definitely racked in some new followers for Youtuber Cameron Dallas. So with his modelling debut on the miniature Beckham's Insta, Cameron has a 'nicely' colourful street styled feed that showcases some of our very own brands including a pair of the classic slip on Vans.
As we all head back to real life with the summer and hot holidays slowly coming to an end, it's time to start fresh and why not start with some Instagram inspiration. Matthew Zorpas aka The Gentleman Blogger has nailed the smart casual dress code that is usually so difficult to get the hang of. However, as September and 'real life' comes back around, he's supporting the classic and timeless shirt and tie combo as he heads back into London.
Kit Harrington has had a busy week on screen and off screen. While his character Jon Snow has been attempting to save Westeros over on Game Of Thrones, Kit himself has been out and about in Hollywood making appearances on the likes of Jimmy Kimmel Live. While not always getting it quite right in the style stakes, he did for once come out trumps. Pairing a black suit with a simple black T-shirt, Harrington proved that sometimes, and more often than not, keeping it simple is the best way forward.
As one quarter of boy band McFly, Dougie Poynter quickly grew accustomed to being in the public eye and he curated an impeccable fashion sense to go with his new career. Nowadays he is doing much of the same, less so on stage and more around men's fashion week and on Instagram. Here he is donning off-stage excellence by means of a baggy shirt, fedora and pair of shades whilst out and about in New York City - the easiest way to look good in the summer months and stay cool at the same time.