It has also been hard this week to cut the best looks down to six. I also have no idea why I've decided to only have six guys on the Most Stylish of the Week post...
Zachary Quinto, who usually overdoes colour or accessories when he dresses for the red carpet looked sharp and cool and ready for spring at CinemaCon. His rolled-up red suit trousers were paired up with suede black lace-ups and a muted checked shirt to balance out the standout colour. My favourite touch was the black and white belt, which made the look a bit dressier and kept it interesting.
It's no secret how big a man-crush I have on Joseph Gordon-Levitt. He always looks great. In this occasion he wore a grey checked Prada suit with a micro-print burgundy tie, which is a nice break from his usual blue suit. I would only complain about the jacket sleeves, the shirt must always pop out.
Chris Pine has been wearing impressively nice outfits as of late. His latest hit was the dark checked suit he wore to CinemaCon. He paired the double-breasted Louis Vuitton number with a striped shirt and shiny blue tie. This is a great example of how an excellent fit is always the best accessory.
Looking at pictures of Zac Efron every week makes me remember every week how much I need to start going to the gym... The actor just doesn't get it wrong. This week he went for a casual micro-printed degradé blue shirt paired with slim jeans and brown suede lace-ups, which he topped off with his signature Persol sunglasses.
At first glance, Logan Lerman's look doesn't seem like anything out of the ordinary but his cast and undone tie are to blame for this lack of attention. His blue suit, worm with a white shirt and printed tie is a winning combination. The best part of the look are actually the leather and suede blue shoes, which add texture and tie it all together.
Bill Skarsgard, the youngest of the talented-and-good-looking Viking family, opted for an unexpected olive green double-breasted suit worn with a grey shirt and dark grey tie. I love the combination of colours and the fit, which is perfect. I only wish those shirt buttons disappeared.