Stylish photos of the week - 15

Celebrities post some of their best photos on Instagram that has become a hub of all stylish sorts, we take a look and choose the best from the lot, check out this week's...

 

It's #GlamInstagram Thursday and 'gram has recorded the best of snapshots this week! Still the coolest 'place' to show off photos in style.

Instagram has the trendiest style inspirations, it's a hub for everything 'on point'. This week 'our favourite men' are putting their best looks forward and they are impressive (the looks and the men of course)

Falz Da Bahd Guy was his usual stylish self in denim over sweatshirt over Nike kicks, Big A steps out in black, Harrysong was funky in a monochrome look over high top kicks.

Iyanya was his dapper self in suit, Mike Ezuronye wore a perfect grey suit, Patrick Elis' take on subtle style, Peter Raymond's sharp suit look is  swoon worthy.

Timaya got us taking an even closer look, scoring a jumper over a casual look, Ubi Franklin's bold dapper look, Uche Nnaji also serves style with details; the slippers and man bag are to love!

#GlamInstagram is an all men edition this week and they brought it, check on the photos in the slider above.

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