The Best Dressed Men Of The 2015 Grammy Awards
It’s the start of a new week and what better way to kick things off than with the best dressed men of last night’s 2015 Grammy Awards. Here are our top dapper picks of the star studded night. Fellas, if you do plan on wearing a suit or tuxedo anytime soon I suggest you study the fit of the looks on these men to know what ‘a great fit’ should look like.
Pharrell looked incredibly crisp and fresh in his grey/white Adidas ensemble which is one of the looks off Pharrell’s collection for the sports brand in which he displays his signature shorts. His grey suit reflects a bright white when hit by light.
John wore a sleek grey Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo with dark silk accents ditching the ties for a relaxed shirt.His shoe shine was on…fleek.
John Mayer was decked off in a black and white tuxedo with a bow tie. His glasses were the perfect accessory to complete this classic look. Is it just me or does he resemble Johnny Depp in this picture?
Donald put a twist on things when he sported a ankle length trousers and a pair of socksless suede loafers adding a bit of funk to the red carpet. His ‘swagging’ kit was by Lanvin.
Keeping it dark and mysterious was Big Sean in his all black tux by Saint Laurent.
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Kanye is one of the only persons who could get away with wearing a full on velvet suit and boots on the red carpet and he did. He creamed the carpet in his Balmain velvet suit earning him a best dressed spot on perhaps every best dressed list there is.
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Remember I said Kanye was one of the only persons who could where velvet? Well, here’s the next one. Jesse McCartney also knows what it takes to rock a velvet suit and in deep green too. Great colour, great fit and he’s wearing the right shoes.
Sam managed to look very clean cut and charming on the red carpet. The white bow-tie was added a nice delicate touch to his Armani tux.
If ever the dictionary needed a definition for ‘how to wear a suit and tuxedo’ this image of Common in head to toe Givenchy would be the explanation. Common was pure perfection in this tuxedo.
Dierks completely nailed this white suit. The black tie and handkerchief brought the entire look together and he definitely stood out in the crowd of all black.