Typically, I try to stay on top of men's style and the happenings within it. Quite honestly, I enjoy helping a man shop more than I do shopping for myself. I think because men's style here in the US is so much more defined than the options provided for women, guys have to get more creative.
In hearing from some of my male readers and friends alike, it seems like what guys are really missing is some consistent and practical style advice that isn't too "fashion-y". Real-Guy style should be celebrated, and it is at places like Esquire's America's Best Dressed Real Man.
Real, everyday guys (from bankers to college professors) submit images of their look, and talk about it a little. Esquire has selected the top 25 semi-finalists. Check out the homepage to see what the guys are doing, and maybe get a little inspiration while there.