The men have recently been making just as strong of a statement on the red carpet with many of them breaking away from black suits.
Dev Patel: Choosing a more relaxed look for the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic event on Saturday (October 14), the British actor wore a Burberry a pale T-shirt and skinny khaki pants with a navy jacket. The distressed brown boots created a quiet but interesting mix of colours.
Armie Hammer: Looking debonair, the ‘Call Me by Your Name’ actor wore a slim Bottega Veneta suit at the Hammer Museum Gala In The Garden event on Saturday (October 14). The black polo neck and lace-up shoes helped bring out the miniature check in the suit.
James Marsden: The actor cut a stylish figure at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic on Saturday (October 14). The dark green shirt and brown tie wouldn’t have been my first choice for this Zegna suit, but he convinced me how well they could work thanks to the matching brown shoes and simple accessorising.
Zachary Quinto & Miles McMillan: The stylish duo made a case for polos and shades of red at the Hammer Museum Gala In The Garden event on Saturday (October 14). Clad in Bottega Veneta, the ‘Star Trek’ actor opted for a burgundy three-button suit with a chevron top. The colours and pattern presented a retro feel. In contrast, Miles’s minimalist grey suit and plain polo drew my eye to the tailoring of the pieces and pointed-toe shoes.
Justin Hartley: Also attending the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic on Saturday (October 14), the ‘This Is Us’ actor went for a spirited mix-and-match look. A dove grey jacket was enhanced with a pale blue shirt, patterned tie and contrasting pocket square. The chambray trousers juxtaposed the upper half, but the brown accessories created a harmonious finish overall.
Edgar Ramirez: The Venezuelan actor was another dapper gentlemen in Bottega Veneta at the Hammer Museum Gala In The Garden on Saturday (October 14). He selected a warm grey two-button suit which was enhanced with a classic white shirt and brown shoes. I appreciate the way he didn’t over-style it and let the lines of the suit remain the focus.