My fella is not interested in participating in the world of style blogs, but I think I take a lot of fashion cues from him. When I met him, he had expertly mussed wavy hair, worn in a 70s style shag (no mullet) and he was wearing this Member's Only style blue poly blend, snap front jacket, a well worn vintage cream with red stripes button down shirt, and nice (but not skinny) jeans, with red retro style sneakers (pseudo bowling shoes). I thought to myself, "Who is this attractive stranger who likely spends a lot of time perfecting his look?" Turns out that his hair is the product of trial and error, and his clothes are mostly from his grandfather's closet, as well as some secondhand stuff. When we started dating, I was just beginning to experiment away from the "black t shirt, blue jeans" uniform that I wore through most of graduate school (various Europeans had influenced me along the way).
My partner has a signature retro, 1970s inspired style, which is interesting and ethical in its own way. He is more invested in aesthetics and style than me, but lacks my vanity, and has a stronger anti-consumption ethic. While he doesn't have a lot of clothes, he takes really good care of all the clothes he buys (cold water wash, hang dry, well folded). In contrast, I am really rough on everything: shoes, pants, socks, and sweaters.
This is typical Blokey style. I got him the shirt from ebay (pearl snap button western style shirt, evidently all the rage now), the jeans are older H&M (he can makes "disposal fashion" last forever), and the boots are from the ultra clearance rack at the Brooklyn DSW. He wears clothing that is cut close to the body to emphasize his really long and lean frame.
This is basically the coolest person I know.