For many of us fashion lovers, The Oscars is an annual parade of magazine editorial looks that we use to reflect on for years on end. Here at 9Tailors, we relish the opportunity to inform our clients about what’s “new and noteworthy” in men’s fashion. If we learned anything from this year’s Oscars it’s that velvet is in, plain black tuxedos are out, and matching is so blasé.
Take a cue from our top picks for Best Dressed Men and dare to stand out like these fashion A’listers:
Ansel Elgort in Tom Ford
Chadwick Boseman in Givenchy Haute Couture
We give major props to Mr. Boseman for bringing on the glam factor and daring to take a major risk in this Givenchy embroidered knee length jacket. His risk was well worth it as we cannot stop gushing over this look. Part Matrix, part Michael Jackson “Thriller” there’s nothing basic about this look!
Lakeith Stanfield in Ermenegildo Zegna Couture
Upon first glance, one would never guess that Lakeith’s suit is produced from sustainable silk, but this eco-friendly number proves that fashion can be green and non-hipster looking. Lakeith rocks his steel blue suit impeccably well, adding a silver broach on his lapel for extra pizzazz.
Common in Giorgio Armani
Common is a pro in keeping things simple and elegant. His made-to-measure Armani tuxedo is no exception here. Dressing well is all about proper fit and this suit FITS. While charcoal isn’t exactly pushing the envelope, the velvet lapel, bow tie, and shoes keep things just interesting enough.
Oscar Isaac in ISAIA