It’s hard to be unique as a man in Hollywood on the Red Carpet. With tuxedos as the general uniform, one has to exude an inward sense of style that accentuates their outward look. Luckily, Hollywood is full of men that have perfected this task, as shown below.
While black is the most used color for tuxedos, some of Hollywood’s men used texture to set themselves apart from others. Robert Downey Jr. presented the Lifetime Achievement Award to Jodie Foster in a well-tailored velvet tuxedo.
Going for a three-piece look was also a popular move, as Ben Affleck and Sacha Baron Cohen added a vest to their formal looks.
Bradley Cooper and Jon Hamm opted for adding the formal hardware to their looks, while other Best Dressed gents George Clooney, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Les Miserables’ Hugh Jackman kept their buttons plain for a simple, clean look.
Skyfall’s Daniel Craig brought his character to life while wearing his sunglasses on the Red Carpet; a smooth addition to the look that would clearly be removed once entering the venue, of course.
One common denominator for each of the Best Dressed men was the bow tie. Each Hollywood beau completed their looks with the dapper touch of the small, yet necessary accessory.
Best Dressed Men from the 2013 Golden Globes Red Carpet