Kittens, the boys are boring. You know it’s true. We appreciate that they all mostly put the effort in, but there’s so little variation in male red carpet dressing that there’s almost nothing to talk about here. There are only so many ways to say “Hem your pants,” before it gets boring as hell. Just enjoy the pictures and our occasional commentary. Or play F-M-K. That’s always fun.
We like the unusual color scheme but this could have been better fitted.
Evan Peters in Giorgio Armani
Jay R. Ferguson
Hipster tux. We dig it, but this was not the time for the hipster boots.
Jon Hamm in Giorgio Armani
Justin Mikita and Jesse Tyler Ferguson in Black Fleece for Brooks Brothers
This, by the way, is the tux custom-made for Mario by Unruly Heir, from that episode of “All on the Line, with Joe Zee.”
Matt Barr in Giorgio Armani
Every man in a poorly fitted tux should look at Peter and feel deep, abiding shame.
Do NOT like colored shirts with tuxes.
[Photo Credit: Getty]
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