These chaps look like they have seen some action, I'd definitely ask them for advice about something outdoorsy. Good to see that even the rugged types still recognise the unbuttoned bottom button rule too!
I think the dude in photo one could be better groomed, but I love the deepness of the blues he's wearing, and, though the post is called "Manly Men," the pocket square looks more like an orchid, and reminds me of Clifton Webb in "Laura": he's Zach Galifanakis crossed with Waldo Lyndecker. The guy below is PERFECT. Scorching.
I love me some manly men! I'm all about the lumberjack look. I especially love it when fashion men embrace their inner masculinity. I feel like so much of male fashion last decade was the ultra-skinny teenage look. Glad to see muscles are making a comeback.
Now that's the kind of style I'm talking about! Gritty yet refined. Elegant yet untamed. Forget those overly manicured, politically-correct pansies – These are the kind of guys that go chop some wood out back before hitting the cocktail bar, or cook dinner for their girls that they actually killed. (Or at least that is what their beards signal).
Manly is not a need for a hair cut. Let's remember James Bond. excellent hair and the ability to handle a fist fight. these boys are pretty but I would only but money on their ability to run… and get women.
yes! I miss the manly man especially the burly dapper type (is this logical?), a man who isn't afraid to be a man albeit a good looking one. I am getting tired of the skinny, clean shaven, metro look and it's refreshing to see some guys who are a bit disheveled in a rough around the edges sort of way. I've got a soft spot for beards, my man sports a lovely one. and yes he's a burly man.
The dude in the second pic looks quite like David "wolfman" Williams (google him!) That being said, you can be rugged yet still rock the clothes you wear. First pic reminds me of our carpenter at work- he's pretty gruff!