Learning what your own style is can be a daunting task, but some might argue it's even more impossible for the guys. The conceit goes that they are more limited than gals with variations on looks (Don't play devil's advocate with me here; I know some chaps throw that out the window and dress however the heck they want.) James has complained for ages that he was severely handicapped in learning what looks good on him because there was a dearth of fashionable resources for guys that weren't just about dudes trying to get as much tail as they can get away with.
So then, here are some fashionable sites for the gentleman who wishes to dress well without being a complete cad. Madame Dariaux would approve.
Written by Michael Williams, "A Continuous Lean is about things. American things, good looking things, well designed things and all sorts of other things."
The website for the print magazine. Self-proclaimed as "A Gentleman's Style Journal," the site contains daily notes-- "helpful suggestions intended to make life better"-- for a fantastic [gentle]man, written with such a playful tone that you know the author has his tongue firmly stuck in his cheek.
Does it really need any description? Scott Schuman's street-style blog is so famous that it has blurred the boundaries of internet and print media several times over. His eye for well-dressed gentlemen of all ages and the details that do indeed make a gentleman a gentleman is impeccable.