The microblogging platform has influenced the way men dress now.
This feature is a part of Complex's "Tumblr Generation" Week.
Prior to Tumblr, men's style blogs were a growing niche alongside already established online entities like Hypebeast and Selectism. Whereas the streetwear aesthetic dominated the landscape of the early 2000s, by the middle of the decade raw denim and oxford shirts had replaced graphic tees and hoodies as the de facto outfit of young men. By the time Tumblr was introduced in 2007, this new wave of menswear aficionados used the platform to prosletyze the benefits of dressing well to a whole new breed of dudes.
As a result, guys are looking more put together, and it's never been easier to get a slim-fitting suit at a variety of price points. However, that doesn't mean streetwear trends are gone. In fact, they're coming back full circle. From its early days to its current incarnation, here are 10 Ways Tumblr Changed Men's Style.
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