But why is this so? First of all it may be because we think we won't get any inspiration on a men's fashion blog. This is the more superficial and apparent reason though because I think that a lot of us rather think that men and fashion don't really go together, that they are a minority which isn't worth being considered. However we can learn a lot from male fashion bloggers and I'm also going to tell you why: Because they speak up for what they do and put a lot of passion in their work. Being a female blogger is oh so simple because there is this mass of like-minded girls. Being a female fashion blogger is just like clapping your hands after a concert: it's easy, it's appropriate and everybody does it. Men however are a minority in this business and if they tell their friends or family that they will from now on write a fashion blog mostly the feedback won't be like "OMG, that's so cool!" but rather "Man, why are you doing this?".
Maybe another reason why we don't look at male fashion that much is because we have our boyfriends or boys we know and they have their own style which is often quite different from what we see in the fashion industry and so we don't really make the link to reality as much as we do when we see female fashion.
What I want to say with all of this is that male fashion is interesting, closer to reality than we may think and can be a source of inspiration for women as well. So let's all go a step towards gender equality and follow a men's fashion blog right now! Oh and if you don't believe in what I said and if you still think that male fashion is just women's clothes on androgynous men then I'm sure that Mr. Gallagher will convince you:
What do you think about male fashion bloggers? Are men's fashion collections something you follow or something you have never been interested in? Can you recommend another male fashion blogger who's definitely worth being considered?