Grammys 2017: The Best Dressed Men
The ladies always get all the attention when it comes to morning after best-dressed lists, but plenty of the guys put effort into their red-carpet best as well! Here are some of the best dressed men at last night's Grammy Awards:
John Legend showed up in a perfectly tailored notch-lapel tuxedo, but added a slight twist to his outfit with his rose colored traditional spread collar dress shirt and a matching floral bow tie. You can find a similar looking shirt in our Rose Oxford Slim Fit Dress Shirt, part of our sale collection! At $40, it's a steal!
You don't always have to be in a tuxedo to be stylish on the red carpet. Hell, you don't even have to wear a suit. Chance The Rapper made a bold move and pulled it off with a matching grey ensemble that included a perfectly fitted collared jacket with matching tab waisted pants. He separated himself from the crowd in a good way, and still anchored his outfit with a simple White Shirt and Grey Tie.
But then again, you don't have to make crazy wild moves to look sharp. Take cues from father and son team Michael Keaton and Sean Douglas. Keaton wore a traditional notch lapel three-piece tuxedo, while Douglas wore a black number with a slim shawl collar. Sometimes, a perfectly tailored suit or tuxedo is statement enough.
Back on the more adventurous side of things, Brad Goreski showed up in a flashy and shiny jacket from designer Julien MacDonald. It certainly is a lot, but he makes it work by paring everything else down. When it comes to making a bold style move, stick to one item, and then tone everything else down to give your statement piece an anchor. Here, a wild jacket is held together by his simple frames, and plain black shirt and pants.