“The Hobbit” Los Angeles Premiere: The Boys

Posted on December 03, 2013

Kittens, what better way to end the day than by gazing lovingly at a collection of dwarves, elves and hobbits (and one man) dressed in their very best?

Who takes care of you?



Dean O’Gorman and Aidan Turner

The suits are nice, but Dean’s shoes are both too light and too casual for his. And we’re underwhelmed by their matchy ties. Have a little fun with your ties, boys.

Otherwise, they’re a hot couple of dwarves.



Luke Evans

We’re not sure if this makes any sense, but the plaid is just a bit too agressive for this to work. It needs to be toned down a bit. Too shiny and too high of a contrast. It comes off busy and a bit too close to true ’70s fashion in all its tacky glory. Also: it all looks a bit too tight on him.




Martin Freeman (and Amanda Abbington)

Simple and classic. We’re not quite sure what’s going on with the shoes, but we think we love them.




Orlando Bloom

Enh. We find the tielessness and sneakers to be a bit pretentious, but it works for him.



Richard Armitage

Hmm. We think we’re supposed to wag our fingers at him for matching his shoe to his tie like that, but we think we like it. Very “school colors,” like he’s a sexy headmaster or something.

Mmmmm. Sexy headmaster.

Anyway. the cut of the pants looks a bit unflattering to our eyes and the sleeve lengths are all kinds of crazy, but this works, for the most part. It’s nice to see the boys all made the effort here. Brings a respective tear to the eyes of these two bitchy queens.





[Photo Credit: Andrew Evans, Izumi Hasegawa/PRPhotos.com]

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