The social media revolution has opened up a whole new world of style inspiration, providing men with the latest news and an insider track on the fashion world at the click of a button.
However, keeping up with who to follow can be a task in itself. That’s why we’re here to help navigate the world of Twitter with a few of our most worthy menswear favourites.
Along with our own account, @FashionBeans, here are ten users that will contribute something worthwhile to your feed.
As deputy editor of the Telegraph‘s fashion section, Mr Leitch always has a front row seat at the biggest menswear shows – his views on which he kindly shares through his own Twitter account.
From candid shots of the freshest runway looks to A-list celeb sightings, his feed helps keep men as clued-up on the latest trends and must-have pieces as he is.
Follow Luke Leitch here.
— Luke Leitch (@LukeLeitchUK) June 21, 2015
From celebrity style icons to the latest online drops, ASOS’ dedicated menswear feed offers plenty of inspiration from a wide range of sources.
However, this account should definitely come with a warning: with so many great pieces put right under your nose, your bank balance is sure to take a hit.
Follow ASOS_Menswear here.
— ASOS Menswear (@ASOS_Menswear) August 1, 2015
Mr Porter fills a similar slot to ASOS, however its content comes from the high-end and luxury world. This feed is one for the designer-conscious gent, with images of Tom Ford’s latest creations sitting alongside those of the newest brands to grace the e-tail giant.
But that shouldn’t stop the everyday shopper from following, because it’s also a great source of style tips, travel inspiration and long reads from its in-house Journal.
Follow Mr Porter here.
— MR PORTER (@MRPORTERLIVE) September 14, 2015
Prepare to envy the daily life of global fashion editor and journalist Derek Blasberg, whose feed is full of his snaps of celebrity pals and impressive designer outfits.
From sitting front row at New York Fashion Week to hanging out with the cream of the designer crop, followers soon learn there’s no one Mr Blasberg doesn’t know.
Follow Derek Blasberg here.
— Derek Blasberg (@DerekBlasberg) May 20, 2015
Menswear Style‘s Twitter serves as a great retweet aggregator of menswear-focused content from around the globe and therefore is an easy way to discover new brands, publications and bloggers all in one feed.
The account also posts articles from its own site, which covers fashion, grooming and lifestyle.
Follow Menswear Style here.
— Menswear Style (@MenswearStyle) September 2, 2015
Lifestyle and resortwear brand Orlebar Brown uses its Twitter account to serve up a healthy helping of wanderlust.
Alongside showcasing its latest designs and points of inspiration, the label takes followers on trips to sun-soaked destinations including Cannes, Fiji and Greece; just in case any are in need of inspiration for where to wear their tailored Bulldog swim shorts.
Follow Orlebar Brown here.
— ORLEBAR BROWN (@OrlebarBrown) July 18, 2015
7. @GQFashion (US)
Oddly for a UK site, we’ve selected the US version of GQ as our pick of the title’s best Twitter efforts.
This is because this feed is dedicated solely to fashion, covering everything from debates on the latest trends to industry news. Followers can also expect a peppering of lifestyle content, including interior design, celebrity style and fitness features.
Follow GQ Fashion here.
— GQ Fashion (@GQFashion) September 15, 2015
London-based menswear blogger Matthew Zorpas is all about personal style, and he often uses Twitter to showcase his superb outfits.
Zorpas is a guy that makes wearing a suit and grabbing brunch with friends look effortless, which is sure to have followers rethinking weekend outfits (and plans). Readers of his much-lauded blog, The Gentleman Blogger, can also use the feed to keep up with his latest posts.
Follow Matthew Zorpas here.
— Matthew Zorpas (@MatthewZorpas) June 23, 2015
Street style photographer Abdel Abdulai is renowned for capturing some of the world’s best dressed men in action.
These stunning pictures and more can be found on Abdulai’s Twitter, where he willingly shares his latest work, along with some great photography tips, making this account a must-follow for those who want to try it themselves.
Follow Boy From Dagbon here.
New photo on 500px : Hat and Scarves pic.twitter.com/skfMyChVQH
— Abdel Abdulai (@boyfromdagbon) September 13, 2015
Headed by FashionBeans resident style consultant Marcus Jaye, the Twitter feed of independent lifestyle site The Chic Geek brings together the latest collaboration announcements and links to hot-off-the-press posts.
In addition to pictures of Jaye’s bubble-headed alter ego in some great #OOTDs, the feed also pulls through from The Chic Geek‘s Instagram account, adding another 3,000 followers to the long line of fans.
Follow The Chic Geek here.
— The Chic Geek (@TheChicGeekcouk) August 31, 2015