THEY say fashion comes and goes, but style is forever.
If you're having a difficult time navigating your personal style, don't be afraid to take your cue from the men you look up to—there's a reason they're winning at life.
Here are 10 men who make looking good so easy. You don't need to look too far, stalking these dudes IG accounts to snag their steez is better than hiring a personal shopper (not that you can afford one).
News anchor and avid art collector, Julius Babao is the perfect example of “with age comes style.” He's dapper in the daytime with a custom-made suit and tie from his favorite tailor Oscar Dangca. At 50, he’s rightfully earned the title of “Style Tito” with his natural knack of effortlessly rocking streetwear brand Supreme during his downtime.
Like father like son, 16-year-old model and son of actor Jericho Rosales, Santino is charming and full of style. Keeping it simple, yet polished with the standard basic tees and chinos, this varsity footballer is a style MVP.
Bryan Sochayseng, graphic designer and co-owner of local streetwear brand The Starving Artist, is as adventurous as his artworks when it comes to his fashion. Unafraid to mix and match bold prints like camo and plaid with the usual slacks, he likes to accentuate his look with accessories like belts and beanies.
Casual YouTuber and influencer Kerwin King is all about the hues. Proving that real men wear color, his go-to look is a colorful tee paired with adidas’ signature three-striped track pants. Just like his #feedgoals, his style is all good vibes and sunshine.
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Everyone can take a page from PBA player Terrence Romeo’s book because he’s one guy who knows how to wear luxury brands without looking like a douche. Casually dressing down brands like Versace, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton with a pair of jeans and kicks, his style is a definite slam dunk.
It’s hard to keep track with the ever-changing styles and trends in K-pop, but SHINee’s Key seems to know how to keep up. Always down to try something new, his style is a mixture of punk and street. But on occasion, he favors button-downs and collared shirts that also give him a preppy flare.
VJ, singer, and actor-in-the-making Donny Pangilinan may only be 19, but there’s no denying that his steez is fire. He has a thing for fresh kicks and jackets, utilizing unique pieces that add to his overall swagger.
When it comes to men being well put together, Filipino-Swiss model Mauri Loosli’s wardrobe is arguably on point. Careful never to overdress with his great balance of streetwear and fashion pieces, he can make even a turtleneck look acceptable in our tropical climate.
Racecar driver Marlon Stockinger is living in the fast lane, but he's as chill and laid-back as it gets when it comes to his personal style. Proving that you don’t need much to have great taste, his looks are made up of easy-to-find classics like skinny jeans, graphic long-sleeved shirt, and sneakers.
Oozing with style from head-to-toe, Houston rapper, occasional fashion designer, and recent baby daddy to new-mom Kylie Jenner, Travis Scott, is one of hip-hop’s most stylish. Known for his signature braids and can-do attitude when it comes to fashion, he can take wild card pieces like a loud rainbow tee or jacket and still make it look gangster.
This story originally appeared on FHM.com.ph.