Fashion/lifestyle blogger and photographer George Myrie is an all-around man of style who not only isn’t afraid to share his fashion expertise, but also his life experiences. Coining the term “stuyle”, George uses his online persona Stulyin as the alias for his social media platforms and his own blog.
On Stuylin, the Brooklyn native shares his thoughts and experiences, often providing anecdotes or chronicling a specific event that speaks to a larger point. He’s shared everything from dating experiences, travel stories, conversations with the fella, and anything that is discussion worthy. He does all of this while providing captivating images of himself, accompanied by notes on his outfit and accessories. Though his delivery can be blunt, the message is always uplifting and leaves his readers with food for thought.
As a man of “stuyle”, George doesn’t consider himself the type of guy that can fit into one particular box. He enjoys mixing and matching, exploring what he likes despite anyone else’s opinion. Basically, he wear what he wants, when he wants, and really doesn’t care what you or anyone else has to say about it.
Based on his pictures, one would imagine that his closet would be comprised of almost anything that you could imagine; all in different colors and prints. His outfit choices are very interesting and his blog is a playground for fashion inspiration. Even when he’s just having fun, George stuyled up and that’s something to appreciate.
In addition to for a passion for “stuyle”, George is also one-fourth of Bearded Dapper Gents. He teamed up with Darrell Moore, Collis Torrington, and Percy Hicks to create a brotherhood of artistic guys. Together these gentlemen promote positive images of successful African American men and operate as a full-service creative agency. BDG doesn’t show your average visual of basketball players, rappers, or even regular businessmen. These guys dressed extremely stylish in their own merit and enjoy sporting their beards. More importantly, they’re a group of Black men who support other Black men.