05 August 2013

Most Stylish of the Week: Classic Tailoring with a Twist


It looks like quite a few celebrities felt very sartorially inspired last week so I was spoilt for choice when putting together this Most Stylish of the Week post.
Dave Franco, who is shorter but much more stylish than his older brother James, looked effortlessly cool in a classic grey two-button suit, which he wore with a plaid button down shirt and tan leather lace-up shoes.
It's nice to see Justin Theroux out of his signature jeans-and-white-tee look. He, too, introduced a cool twist to his otherwise conservative dark grey suit by means of red suspenders and matching shoe laces, which have the outfit a vintage vibe.
Darren Criss' latest look is one of my favourite ones we've seen from him. We have all seen it before – off-white chinos, navy blazer and yellow shirt. And yet it feels fresh and young. Perhaps thanks to the great cut of the Gant Rugger madras shirt? Probably.
Sam Claflin, who often rocks unexpected ensembles on the red carpet, looks great in his latest magazine editorial. His edgy dyed hair gives the double-chested suit and polo-neck jumper such a fresh energy.
I have really missed Eddie Redmayne these past few months. Even though he is not making as big an effort as he had during his Les Mis press tour he stilled looked awesome in his chambray suit, which he wore with all-blue accessories.
Logan Lerman been appearing on these posts quite consistently because he simply can do no wrong. He wears his suits with the ease of someone who's been doing it for decades and I love how the slightly undone tie has become sort of his signature touch.
Even though it's not really noticeable in the picture, Kit Harington's micro-print suit was a hit on its own. It looks good with the dark blue shirt and black tie but it would have really been a statement with an oxford blue shirt or anything more season appropriate. I am, however, still loving the double monk-strap shoes we already saw him rock a few weeks back.
In a perfectly cut plaid Dior Homme James Marsden brought back a bit of the 60's flavour he clearly picked up from his experience acting on 'Hairspray'. Everything else was kept simple to stop the look from being loud.

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