Instagram is everywhere and nearly everyone has it. With millions of daily users, it’s no surprise that it’s one of the most popular social media platforms out there. Some choose to use nitreo to build their platform for all to see and some choose to keep their accounts private but whatever the choice, using Instagram helps you keep updated with your latest family members, friends, and even celebrities. Even if you do not follow any of these celebrities on social media, maybe this is the time for you to start, especially if you are someone who is looking for some fashion/style inspiration. You never know, maybe someone like Kevin Hart could be the person you look to now if you’re looking to switch up your wardrobe. The great thing about Instagram is that you can go back and check old posts with ease, meaning if Hart for example posts a picture and you like his outfit, you can go back and see it whenever you please. This is also possible for Instagram stories, but only if you use this instagram story viewer. As well as their style, you may be able to take inspiration from how they manage their accounts too. If we’re having a look at the number of followers each one of these celebrities have, it wouldn’t be a bad idea for you to look into sites such as to potentially follow in their footsteps (or at least get more of a following). The good thing about social media is that many people can take as much inspiration from others as they would like and can turn it into a positive. Right, let’s take a look at some celebrities and their style.

Conor McGregor – Love him or hate him, Conor McGregor has an exceptional sense of style. His suits are exquisitely tailored and the patters he chooses push the boundaries from the conventional day to day. Recently McGregor made headlines with his F*ck You pinstripe suit for the press conference before his fight with Floyd Mayweather.

David Beckham – Most of us can’t replicate his designer wardrobe but we can use his daily looks as inspiration. Think WWDD before your next wardrobe purchase.

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Kevin Hart – The actor, comedian and part owner of Tommy John underwear company can transition between tuxedos and ripped jeans without missing a beat.

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John Legend – One of the few who can get away with a black suit and black shirt. His style is one less to imitate, more to appreciate.

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The Rock – The Rock’s Instagram account is motivational, inspirational and super stylish with his signature cuff adjusting pose.

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Ryan Reynolds – The Deadpool star always provides inspiration with his navy v-neck sweaters and t-shirt looks.

Robert Downey Jr. – Ironman is most comfortable when he wears old band t-shirts but can rock a leather jacket.

Justin Timberlake ‘I be on my suit and tie shit, tie shit, tie’. Add the occasional flatcap.

Jeremy Renner – Renner has morphed over the years from surfer style with blonde highlights to GQ cover man.

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Jason Statham – Made famous from his Transporter fight scenes, he could always kick ass in a fitted suit and look like he was never touched.

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Update! We’ve got a submission from our Instagram fan base to add Cristiano Ronaldo and we understand why! Thanks to Nikhith Reddy for the suggestion.

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Ryan Sprance is the Founder and Chief Strategist of Kaihatsu Media, a Digital Marketing agency focused on developing brand awareness and sales growth through social media, optimizing digital marketing spend and developing Influencer Marketing programs. He is also the Creator & Editor-In-Chief of, a men's lifestyle media company focused on Fashion, Fitness, Grooming, Gadgets and Guy Stuff and a Contributing Editor at Julius, a data driven Influencer Marketing platform.