We’ve made posts highlighting Timothee, Kodi, and Troy, but it’s time for all the other stylish men on the Oscars red carpet to line up to judge. Gentlemen, start your engines…
Andrew Garfield in Saint Laurent
We hate the trend of wearing black pants with colorful blazers or jackets, but everything from the waist to the top is totally charming. I love that necktie.
Daniel Kaluuya wearing Gucci
This looks terrible on him. The color is harsh and the fit is poor.
David Oyelowo in Cotola
This, on the other hand, is amazing. He really loves to wear embroidered velvet loafers and we appreciate the dress-up, but we don’t think this suit needs anything else.
Elliott Page in Gucci
People are truly what they are, regardless of other changes in their lives. He always wore minimal, traditional styles. As much as we’d like to see him embrace a little bit of grandiosity, that never was. We just wish it fit a little better.
JK Simmons in a Dior Homme dress
I can’t argue with that – even though we told him to drop the jacket. We were suggesting that the yellow pocket square doesn’t go, but we realized it was showing his support for Ukraine.
Jacob Elordy in Burberry
Another classic tux. We’re not mad about it, especially since he looks like a mid-century movie star. his traditional business.
Jake Gyllenhaal in Givenchy
When the boys show up at the Oscars without their shirts on, we suppose we can’t be mad at the lack of a tie. We can be irritated by the fact that he threw a tuxedo over a casual outfit. These work shoes are too wrong for a formal event.
Jamie Dornan in Valentino
Resting on the beautiful. The shoes are kind of fun, though.
Jason Momoa in Henry Poole & Co.
We love our giant dude king.
Kevin Jonas in Brunello Cucinelli
good job. No criticism. See how pure and untainted these shoes are. That’s what we mean when we insist that men wear new, unworn shoes on formal red carpets. Adequately complements the look.
Riz Ahmed in Zegna
We love this one, but to be fair, we’re not sure it would work for many other guys. The color looks great. We really admire his commitment to not falling into boring traditional menswear styles. We don’t like anything hanging around.
Samuel L Jackson in Giorgio Armani
The top half is amazing. The bottom half…not up to the standards of the top half.
Sebastian Yatra in Moschino
As gay fashion bloggers, we are required by law to love this one.
We are Leo at Versace
bewitching. The fit is great, the color speaks of celebration and prosperity, and we love the whimsicality of this ribbon. We don’t mind loafers, but we don’t think they were the perfect way to go here. And when you’re wearing tight pants, don’t stand with your hand in your pocket. You are ruining the wonderful streak.
Wesley Snipes in Givenchy
The world may change, but Wesley Snipes always do Wesley Snipes and there’s kind of comfort about that. We may not absolutely love the design, but we respect the hell out of commitment. The color looks great on it.
Wilmer Valderrama in Dolce & Gabbana
that’s cool. What an interesting color combination.
[Photo Credit: ABC, Michael Baker/A.M.P.A.S., Michael Baker/A.M.P.A.S., Abby Grant/Cover Images/INSTARimages.com]