Men’s Fashion Brands and Apps 2018: You Can Now Look Amazing on a Budget!

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It is 2018; the year of the metrosexual, lumbersexual, and the spornosexual man. One thing they all have in common is a good sense of fashion and style.

Chances are you fall into one of these categories, so this post will be helpful to you. How do you currently shop for new clothes and kicks? Do you go to a store? Or spend hours scouring the web for the latest in men’s fashion statements?

There are better ways to stay updated without spending a dime…or much. In this amazing digital age, we live in, there is virtually an app for everything. From ordering pizza to operating a drone or getting a neat bargain on Paul Smith’s multi-coloured socks.

Whether you are looking for style inspiration, good deals or guidance, there is an app for you.

This post lists some nifty apps for amazing men’s outfits. There is something for everybody- including retail shop stockists. What’s more, most of them are free!

1.    Gilt (Free)

Are you big on big brands? You don’t have to fork out so much for your favourite designer gear anymore. Gilt is a free app that specialises in offering the best deals on luxury and upmarket brands such as Gant, Prada and Gucci.

They post the latest flash sales, so you don’t miss out. Everyday, new deals are displayed on the app at 5pm UK time with discounts of up to 60%. Great offers, and it’s easy to use too.

2. JackThreads (free)

For people who love flash sales but are not particularly big on luxury fashion, JackThreads provides an alternative option that is just as good. There is a wider range of brands and styles with even greater deals. The app is updated regularly and offers plenty of options for the fashion forward.

3.    Shopstyle (free)


Many guys visit thousands of stores and end up not finding something that suits their style. Suppose you could just open an app and flick through a series of filters and ask them if they have your preferred style? Shopstyle is that service. And if there is nothing in particular you want, you can find inspiration in the gift guides, editors picks, bargain notifications and latest style trends

4. Stylebook Men (£2.49)

Okay, this one costs a tad, but it is worth every swipe. Stylebook brings structure to your fashion sense by allowing you upload pictures of your closet and track everything. Say you are at a store and you want a matching tie, but you are not sure of the colour of your dress shirt back at home? Voila, Stylebook to the rescue!

A calendar function allows you program future dates and prompts you ahead of time. It also suggests outfits based on the type of occasion and how comfortable you want to be.

If you are often confused by websites offering haphazard style designs, simply download any of these apps and plan your shopping. Save money while at it too!

Just A Guy Thing is a men's lifestyle magazine focused primarily at guys wanting to better themselves.

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