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Featuring the most fashionable men of Wimbledon, a lesson in off-duty dressing, and more.
From: Esquire US.
A navy blazer with light chinos is a classic pairing, but this would look even better if the trousers were just a little narrower. See how they're billowing out around the ankle as he walks? A slight taper would take care of that and keep things more streamlined.
There's dressing like a cool guy who knows he doesn't need to wear a suit to look stylish, and then there's being lazy. Zayn's sweats-heavy look veers a little too far towards the latter end of the spectrum. (Cool shoes, though.)
Just a reminder: Wiz Khalifa exists on a different plane than the rest of us. He can wear pink sweatpants and make it look kind of awesome. You, in all likelihood, cannot. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
Russell Wilson—who finally got married to Ciara and no longer needs us to pray for his abstinence—has no shortage of swagger in this particular outfit. Does that have anything to do with a recent change in his late-night activities? Maybe! But the two-tone bomber jacket doesn't hurt, either.
Look at this picture next time you're wondering how a suit should fit. From the nipped-in waist and the minimal break of the trousers to the sliver of visible shirt sleeve, it's about as close to perfect as we've ever seen in the wild.
And now, two adults who refuse to dress like adults. First up: Josh Hutcherson, who just picked up that Avett Brothers T-shirt from the Spencer's Gifts at his local mall.
Next: Steven Tyler, who apparently found a Hot Topic in the airport and bought everything he could get his hands on.
This, right here, is how you wear a white suit in the summertime. The light blue shirt and navy accessories keep it from looking too pristine and precious. The devil-may-care attitude helps, too.
We know that a lot of men fear the three-piece suit, mainly because it can come off a bit stuffy and old-fashioned. But if you nail the fit, like Ejiofor did when he attended Wimbledon, it'll look as modern and relevant as anything else in your wardrobe.
The Duke of Cambridge had a very good week in the style department. Here he is doing almost-off-duty summer style with just the right mix of modern and traditional influences. Everything fits so well that it looks like it was made just for him–which, considering who he is, might just be the case.
One way to add a little something extra to your warm-weather look? Dressed-down trousers. Just pair them with something sporty (like Michael K. Williams' short-sleeve zip-up) to keep things feeling casual.
Bradley Cooper is one of those guys who looks great no matter his grooming situation. But he looks even better when he offsets his full beard and longer locks with a clean, classic suit-and-tie combo.
Remember how we mentioned he had a very good style week? Here's Exhibit B. Great pattern on that jacket—it makes an impact, but the understated colors keep it from feeling too flashy.
If you're going to do the whole "tone-on-tone" thing with your tailoring, follow Christoph Waltz's lead and try shades of gray. It doesn't feel fussy, and it's a whole lot sharper than the all-black look so many guys insist on wearing.
The patterned shirt and trim trousers are great—but a simpler pair of shoes would have been a better choice. That contrast toe cap pulls the eye away from all the solid summer style that's happening above the ankle.
A goatee? Why? Chris Pine looks fantastic with a full beard or with a fresh shave, so we're not sure what drove him to split the difference. That said, the linen suit is a strong warm-weather move. If you don't already have one in your closet, it's time to add it to the list.
Pay homage to the king.
Turns out it all started with a ceramic vase.
It's a whole new way of making apparel.
Straight from Milan.
Don't be shy with prints.
The Midas cut for a sleek hairdo and groomed beard.