Dinie from T4JOTR:
Boy, this young fellow sure has issues (sorry Dinie ^^), but his blog is full of inspiration, not only and foremost for the males. His own street style captures, his tid-bits of inspirations, and most of all his own style, as well as those of his friends, caught in beautifully photographed pictures are always a joy to look at. In his blog, he also gives a very deep insight into his emotional landscapes and vulnerabilities, emphasizing the tight connection between feelings and style.
Ca from The Cablog:
It suffices to say that Ca has impeccable, nearly unfailing style sense. His way to accessorize is one of the best I have ever witnessed, and his love for details is always a pleasure to take inspiration from. His fragile silhouettes and the soft color palettes are owned and inhabited by his own personal edge, which make his already unique outfits all the more exciting. His layering is ace, and I especially love his cool air in the most fantastic items.
The one person both the ex and I, boys and girls, men and women alike agree on in unison to have one of the best men's style currently in business. His street cool, yet refined use of colors and layering convinces most of us, I think, and when asked for a male style icon, Kanye West would be the first to pop up in my head.
If you are able to get your hands on Japanese magazines in any way (in most parts of Europe try it via Japan Centre, in the US keep looking out for the US branches of the Japanese book store Kinokuniya), then do not miss out on Men's Non-no. It is one of the best Male Fashion magazines I have ever flicked through, and each and every issue certainly has some inspiration in store for everyone of any type or style. Their expertise reaches from Japanese edgy, and Asian quirky to European cool and chic, and nonchalant casual.