Five (More) Fashion Bloggers to Follow

This time, we found some stylish dudes.

By Sarah Gabbart May 28, 2014

As you saw in the first installment of this two-part series, Houstonians are a great looking bunch. As a female style writer, I tend to focus on the stylish women in the city, but after Part I of my roundup, someone asked, "where are the men?"

Answer: Right here. These final five sartorially sensational local men prove the Bayou City has major style game. 

5. FromNYtoTX/David Rochez 

Rochez’s motto: "Be good, do good and look good doing it." Damn straight. With razor-sharp style that straddles the line between timeless and trendy, Rochez’s men’s fashion blog celebrates good tailoring and great individual style.

4. Southern Gents/Fola Lawson 

Fola Lawson (via Facebook).

I’m 1000% on board with the dapper gentleman trend. With fantastic resources for decently priced suiting, a newfound interest in bow ties, and the recent rediscovery of gingham, hats, and sockless brogues, it’s a wonderful time for men’s fashion. Southern Gents, purveyors of classic accessories, celebrates this gorgeous time in style with their well-curated men’s fashion blog.

3.  The Little King/Ryan Castaneda 

Image via The Little King.

Celebrating the vibrant, bohemian, and high-end, Castaneda’s blog is a beautiful glimpse into the stylist’s personal mood board. Intricately detailed accessories, seventies-esque fashion, and runway shots of favorite looks make this one the perfect place to get inspiration for your summer wardrobe.

2. It’s Gab Raf/Gabriel Rafael 

Left to right, Designer Isrel Fonseca and Gabriel Rafael. Photo via It's Gab Raf.

Runways, red-carpet photos, and real talk about meggings (yes I said meggings!), Rafael’s sophisticated blog dives into high-end casualwear with a deft eye for what’s actually cool.

1. The Urbane Savant/Josh Robertson 

Photo via The Urbane Savant.

There's something great about a man who can sport a giraffe-print camo pant and still look this smooth. With a focus on casual, cool southern style, Robertson is absolutely a sharp dressed man. 

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