Looking for the best blogs for men? Here are 50+ websites every man should check out.
There are so many awesome blogs and websites geared toward helping us dress better, be healthier, use our manners, and be better men. It seems like every month, a new fashion blog pops up (I’m guilty here).
I follow a handful of these blogs religiously, but there’s simply not enough time in the day to keep up with all of the great stuff being produced. So, I’ve put together this list for any man who wants resources about:
- Lifestyle – Gear, gadgets, cars, drinks, cigars and general savoir-faire.
- Fashion – Graduating your style, dressing for specific occasions, looking like a professional and wearing clothes that fit.
- Watches – Wrist watch reviews, buying guides and educational content
- Self-Improvement – Personal development, learning, professional growth and masculinity.
- Fitness – Eating right, working out, losing weight, gaining muscle, getting enough sleep and sexual health.
- Finance – Getting out of debt, saving money, investing, making more money and getting rich slowly.
- Grooming – Shaving, skin care, personal hygiene, aging, oral care and hair loss.
- Home & DIY – Home improvement, interior design, do-it-yourself projects and room ideas.
Here’s what you won’t see on this list: high fashion magazines, pick up artist sales pages, websites that only publish sponsored content, low-quality shopping list sites, hypermasculine red pill nonsense, and other general internet garbage.
Instead, this list includes vetted, TMM-approved blogs for men who want to look and feel their best.
Without further adieu, here are 50 of the best websites for men. Most are blogs, but there are a couple of magazine sites and forums on the list too. These are unranked (no particular order), but you can sort by name or category:
Top 50 Best Blogs For Men
Our Personal Favorites
Since the list above is, well, a bit thorough, we (the TMM staff) picked some of our favorite men’s websites that really separate themselves from the rest.
These are blogs we find ourselves coming back to time and time again, and they seem to get even better over the years.
Here they are, in no particular order:
Primer publishes the kind of content you wish you could find in magazines like GQ and Esquire.
For example, their Gentlemanly Advice series tackles delicate problems that so many men deal with on a regular basis, like how to tell if you’re drinking too much alcohol.
We also love Primer’s Getups, an ever-expanding collection of outfit ideas for guys.
If Primer Magazine is the cool, balanced older brother you never had, Gentleman’s Gazette is your wealthy, well-dressed uncle who knows how to live the good life.
We especially love GG’s Is It Worth It? series, where the team takes a critical look at popular (but expensive) items like Hermes belts and Eton dress shirts.
While Hodinkee is usually the top watch blog on every list – and for good reason – we’re really been enjoying aBlogtoWatch recently.
Chock full of hands-on reviews (often with video), buying guides and thoughtful editorials, ABTW puts out a lot of content, all without sacrificing production quality.
If you’re a watch enthusiast, you’ll love this site!
If you want to build a minimalist wardrobe that has everything you need and nothing extra, Effortless Gent is for you.
Creator of the “lean wardrobe” philosophy, EG’s founder Barron Cuadro reaches men how to build a wardrobe that’s ready for any occasion – without all the extra stuff you don’t need.
Art of Manliness
While we mostly enjoy Art of Manliness content via their podcast these days, the AoM website is a deep archive of thoughtful, impactful content for men who want to live their best life.
That’s a Lot of Reading…
I know, I know. It would take about a decade to get through all of this great content, and if you followed even half of these regularly, you probably wouldn’t get much done.
I recommend sticking to three or four that you really like.
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