street style man in mustard jacket

The Rather Large January Street Style Collection

Out and about in January, running around with the Nikon, taking pictures of people without permission.

I’m a busy man these days. Got me a full time job at Gresham Blake, a design-led London Tailor as a stylist.

Basically I’m saying I don’t have time to link to products like I used to in previous style blogs – I do hope you’ll understand.

BUT if you click on the images it will take you to my Pinterest Street Style Board – there you can get a feel for what catches my eye and hopefully you’ll get inspired, in some groovy way.

I’ll look to post these kinds of monthly style pics every month, but you can follow our Nikon Street Style on Instagram where I look to get some posts up daily for you.

Fancy doing a street style photo shoot with me? Great that will be a 1000 quid and you’re buying the coffee.

man in street in gucci sweater

street photography man with big earrings

street style man in leather jacket

men in suits looking at phone

man wearing a fedora

Incidentally the fellow above is probably my favourite of this bunch. Looks like he’s gotta bob or two.

stylish man in baggy trousers

man in a bomber jacket and beanie hat

man in a christmas jumoer

Stylish Asian couple

Black bald man with grey beard

Street style short man in blue check suit

man in trench coat

The gentleman above was clearly not impressed with me taking his picture. But that’s perfectly understandable.

Did you have a favourite out of any of these? Maybe you thought they were all a little wank and I should give up this invasive past-time? Let me know in the comment box below.

That’s me below by the way below, taken by the missus last weekend.

man in road wearing scarf

* note added 18/04/2018

I’m looking to get some imagery and articles published in other blogs and magazines. If anyone would be interested in having me guest post for them then please get in touch in the comment bar below.

For those asking I am taking these pictures on a Nikon D300 with an 18-200mm telescopic lens and editing them in Lightroom.


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