Typically at award shows, menswear is overshadowed by beautiful dresses and famous designer gowns. Gentlemen, Sunday night at the 72nd Golden Globes our team came out to play. They brought heat to the style game where we are so often out-dressed by the ladies.
Without any mentions of who they wore, here are my top picks for men’s style at the Golden Globes 2015.
Why they were selected:
- Beautiful contrast between the dark jackets and crisp white shirts.
- Appropriate jacket sleeve length and perfect shoulder alignment.
- Great fitting pants with proper quarter break.
- Dapper and classic looks finished by stylish black shoes.
- How well they complemented their stunning female partners.
[ezcol_1half]JOHN LEGEND in a one button shawl collar tuxedo. All eyes may have rightfully been on his wife Chrissy Teagan, but he was dressed as the perfect arm candy. Slim fitting jacket sleeve. Great overall fit on jacket and pants. Sharp looking laced leather sole shoes to complete the look. Well-played, John.[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]GEORGE CLOONEY matched his wife Amal Alamuddin in her splendor and in black and white. He looked debonair in bowtie with a classic notch lapel tuxedo, which he wore on his wedding day according to www.grazia.fr. Game, set, match, Clooney.[/ezcol_1half_end]
[ezcol_1half]DON CHEADLE looked sharp in a midnight blue tuxedo. He wore a black tie that matched the peak lapel of the jacket. Even though the shoes may look a bit too robust for my taste, I still think his style is A-game caliber.[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]MATT BOMER looked dapper in a blue shawl collar tuxedo. Classic fitted jacket with a pop of the shirt sleeve at the cuffs. Nicely tapered pants with quarter break. Two seconds left on the shot clock, Matt gets the final shot. [/ezcol_1half_end]
[ezcol_1half]CLIVE OWEN restyled his dressy casual velvet blazer look from the 2014 Rome Film Festival, to abide by the formal dress code of the 2015 Golden Globe Awards. Noticed the jacket may have been altered to a much more complimentary silhouette since last year. Although the pants in the 2014 photo have a better fit, the trousers have a much cleaner break. He wore brown shoes with the casual look, but black shoes for the formal occasion. MVP for best-dressed due to creativity and versatility.[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]2014 Rome Film Festival [/ezcol_1half_end]
[ezcol_1half]ROBERT DOWNEY JR. with his wife Susan Downey. I like the fit of the pants. I can’t even get mad at him for the sneakers. I dig them. I’m a super big fan of Robert Downey Jr. but he has been a disappointment lately with the loose tie trend. “Iron Man” better call Maaco. The untied bowtie or loose tie style never looked stylish to me. What’s the point of your neckwear if you don’t plan on tying it? I don’t typically get into the “do’s and don’ts” reviews, mainly because I have very few don’ts regarding personal style, and I encourage people to dress to express more than dress to impress. Unfortunately Robert Downy Jr. looked sloppy at the Golden Globes. Guys, for someone who has been my MVP, he was an ineligible player on Sunday.[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]
Keep your summer alive with this indie-disco electronic tune. The Knocks never fail to disappoint me so I may be biased but in my opinion this is their best song to date. The production/vocal content is on point, the breezy guitar riffs backed by a thumping bass and charming piano keys instantly take you away to your best night of summer. Powers, whom I’ve never heard before supplies raspy vocals, ever so fitting for this smooth tune, crooning come to me baby don’t be shy, don’t be shy….what else could you ask for? Classic is a feel good song anyone can appreciate. Check out the quirky video below and get ready to groove.
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By now, we all know about the Lady in Red. She’s been around for decades and though her appeal has never waned, frankly, she’s a bit tired. Even her patron saint, Mr. Garavani, has retired. Perhaps it’s time for her to take the hint?
Or, better still, go with a more subtle approach, via this delicious dress from Newport-based demicouture label Isoude. The cut is impeccable: understated, sexy, with touches of contrast in all the right places. If a little mystery is the mother of intrigue, this piece shows just enough skin for a Victorian scandal. The thrill.
A little advice: spritz on your favorite perfume, but leave the handbag at home. Sewn at the hips are two playful pockets just large enough to hold a tube of matching rouge lipstick and the small stack of calling cards you’ll be handing out all night to your coterie of new dance partners. Don’t worry when you run out — they’ll never forget the way you looked that night.
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