Street style has become a modern institution in fashion’s digital age, putting the power of the unknown photographer at the forefront of reportage.

And with everyday men and industry insiders alike now turning to candid snaps over glossy editorials for style inspiration, we’re set to showcase our ten favourite street style websites from across the globe.

Men In This Town

Starting out in Sydney in 2010, Men In This Town‘s incredible success has taken it beyond the realms of your average street style blog, cumulating in the release of a hardback book in 2014 and a quarterly digest in 2015.

Headed up by Toronto native Giuseppe Santamaria, who now resides in Australia, you can expect high quality action shots of some of the best-dressed dudes from down under.

See more at meninthistown.com.

Men in This Town

Thousand Yard Style

Thanks to the stunning photography of founder Robert Spangle, Thousand Yard Style has become a go-to Tumblr for men looking for street style inspiration.

Whether it’s documenting the top looks at London Collections: Men or rambling on the streets of Italy, Spangle captures everything in vivid detail, leading his work being utilised by the likes of GQ and Vogue.

See more at 1000yardstyle.tumblr.com.

Thousand Yard Style

Tommy Ton

Known for his personal style blog Jak & Jil, Canadian photographer Tommy Ton’s stunning street style shots are just waiting to be relished over at his dedicated style.com microsite.

Attending all the biggest industry events around the world, this self-taught photographer excels when it comes to capturing fashion’s finest in action.

See more at style.com and tommyton.com.

Tommy Ton

Guerreisms

Karl-Edwin Guerre started his blog way back in 2008, cementing himself as an early champion of unique and authentic street style.

Mostly capturing shots of New York’s fashion-forward gents, Guerre’s website also documents his own fashion adventures, exhibiting his love for colourful ensembles and enviable collection of headwear.

See more at guerreisms.com.

Guerreisms

Singh Street Style

Referring to himself as ‘The Sikh Sartorialist’, London-based menswear influencer Pardeep Singh Bahra and his team capture some of the capital’s most stylish turban-wearing men, merging traditional influences with British culture.

His fresh take on street style has seen him featured in GQ, Vogue and Time magazine, as well as modelling for the likes of Elle.

See more at singhstreetstyle.com.

Singh Street Style

Street Peeper

If it’s gloriously candid shots of celebs and fashion’s elite you’re after, add Street Peeper to your bookmarks right now.

From papping stars at the Met Gala to capturing models on the streets of London, the blog founded by Phil Oh back in late 2006 is filled with thousands of beautiful shots, efficiently organised by city for easy browsing.

See more at streetpeeper.com.

Street Peeper

Boy From Dagbon

London-based blogger Abdel Abdulai offers a sharp selection of snaps alongside fashion advice and informational guides on his self-contained website, exhibiting his keen eye for style.

Abdulai’s shots are arranged accordingly, making it easy to find specific pictures of every possible detail, be it a close-up of a bag or the back of a jacket.

See more at boyfromdagbon.com.

Boy from Dagbon

The Sartorialist

Arguably the most famous street style blogger around, Scott Schulman of The Sartorialist continues to bring hungry fashion fans plenty of style inspiration to feed on.

Not only does his work live on his own blog, but it has been embraced by the art world, landing permanent installations at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum and Tokyo’s Metropolitan Museum of Photography.

See more at thesartorialist.com.

The Sartorialist

Garçon Jon

Documenting his discovery of men’s style, Jonathan Daniel Pryce’s Garçon Jon blog brings together rolling street style images and in depth interviews with a selection of his subjects.

Scottish-born Pryce is also the driving force behind the 100 Beards project, capturing 100 bearded men in 100 days, which went on to become a successful standalone book.

See more at garconjon.com.

Garcon Jon

Dapper Lou

You could easily mistake this blog for a high-end magazine’s website thanks to its beautiful and elegant design, with its contained shots proving equally as premium.

Captured by the site’s Brooklyn-based founder Lougè Delcy, the street style snaps are vibrant and exciting, transforming everyday life into an Instagram-esque dreamland.

See more at dapperlou.com.

Dapper Lou