Best Dressed Men At The 2014 Oscars

Jorge Gallegos
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Jorge Gallegos
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March 4, 2014
2:05 p.m.

Best Dressed Men At The 2014 Oscars

The Oscars are without a doubt Hollywood’s biggest night and when it comes to fashion it’s mostly about the leading ladies and their gorgeous gowns.

However, there were a few gentlemen who brought their A-game Sunday night and stole the show on the Red Carpet.

From the classic black tuxedo, to crisp navy suits and white and ivory jackets these men all look remarkably dapper and stylish.

Best Dressed Men At The 2014 Oscars

Bradley Cooper (Tom Ford), Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Calvin Klein Collection), Michael Fassbender (Tom Ford)

These men showed the versatility of the black tuxedo. Joseph Gordon-Levitt stepped out in a sparkling yet elegant charcoal flecked tux that fit his body perfectly.

Best Dressed Men At The 2014 Oscars

Kevin Spacey (Burberry), Jason Sudeikis (Prada), Ethan Hawke (Dior Homme)

Looking extremely sharp, guys like Kevin Spacey proved that blue is the new black.

Best Dressed Men At The 2014 Oscars

Jared Leto (Saint Laurent), Matthew McConaughey (Dolce and Gabbana), Ryan Seacrest (Burberry)

Thumbs up for men like Jared Leto who wore a white tuxedo jacket paired with a red silk bow tie. A bold but much appreciated move.

Best Dressed Men At The 2014 Oscars

Bradley Cooper – Best-Dressed Man

Hands down, the best-dressed man at the 2014 Oscars was Bradley Cooper. I have to agree with GQ, when it comes to black tie dressing, classic always wins. Cooper looked flawless in his black peak lapel Tom Ford tux.

Best Dressed Men At The 2014 Oscars

Pharrell Williams – Worst Dressed Man

Unquestionably, the worst dressed man at the 2014 Oscars was Pharrell Williams. Even though I like that he was thinking outside the box, those shorts are completely inappropriate for the event. – Someone’s not going to be “happy” about this.

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