The Best-Dressed Men at the Oscars

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And then notice John Legend's butterfly. Like Andrew Garfield, another way to do classic - this time with flap pockets instead of jet, balanced by a slightly less formal shoe. Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage

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Mahershala Ali showing you how to do creative black tie. Making a statement with a monochromatic look. Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage

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Pharrell Williams channeling Karl Lagerfeld.A tails coat is typically reserved for white tie only, but works amazingly here as a mash up. His use of texture via the cummerbund, lapel pin and jewelry really takes this to the next level.

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Got to love Terrance Howard's smoking jacket! What more can we say? Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images

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Josh Dallas taking a page from Donald Glover's playbook with the brown velvet jacket. Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

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Zoom in to see what makes Justin Timberlake's look unique. We can always get behind subtle details. Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

And the winners are…

To be honest, Hollywood actors have tended to disappoint when it comes to red carpet style. Lots of poorly fitting tuxedos, trousers that are not hemmed properly and generally poor choices in footwear.

At last night’s Academy Awards, however, there was evidence that more men are figuring it out. From the classic black tuxedo to black tie creative, velvet and even a smoking jacket, there was some timeless and welcomely unique style on display.

Here are some of our favorite looks. Who’d get your vote?

Thanks for reading.

Stylishly Yours,

Brian Sacawa
He Spoke Style


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