Oscars 2013: Gentlemen, Dressed to Impress

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Oscars 2013: Dressed To Impress

Oscars 2013-Gentlemen-Dressed to Impress

Oscars 2013 took place at Dolby Theater on February 24, Hollywood. It had become the most watched ceremony since the 76th Academy Awards, with the number reached 42.40 million viewers. Traditionally the red carpet turned into a runway for celebrities, nominees, their supporters and guests, came to the greatest event in history of cinematography, to shine with their special picked up looks and be captured by the innumerable quantity of cameras. A ranking of not only best actors and best pictures, but also the unofficial ranking of well dressed celebs wavering from worse to best became common from the earliest years since Oscars exists. Millions of pictures from the event serve as evidence for judging the styles as the participants of the event were under the media’s finest scopes from daylight till dawn.

There was a plenty of suits in combination with all kinds of bowie-ties, ties and lapels of different colors and fabrics, shirts under the good and bad looking jackets on 85th Academy Awards. Some gentlemen were dressed to impress, some were definitely not impressing, some don’t change with their pick ups at all, so let’s look through the list of best-dressed celebrities from the Sunday night’s Oscars:

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Channing Tatum with Jenna Devan-Tatum
Looks awesome in elegant shawl lapel, his close-cropped haircut.

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Daniel Day-Lewis with Meryl Streep
The Oscar winner as the best actor in Lincoln, looks great in this midnight blue shawl collar tux.

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Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones
A tux by Canali.

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Award winner Gentlemen for Argo movie: Grant Helzov, Ben Affleck and George Clooney
Look at Clooney’s awesome bowie-tie!

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Christoph Waltz

The best supporting actor had nice blue shawl collar with the close-colored bow-tie, with this look, he also won the award that night.

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Eddie Redmayne with Hannah Bagshawe
Who was wearing classic Alexander McQueen suit, velvet slippers and a bowie-tie created a great look that night.

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Bradley Cooper
 And his textured bowie-tie in combination with stronger lapels.

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Chris Pine
Looks classy in black and white!

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Hugh Jackman’s and Deborah-Lee Furness
Has a perfect shawl collar!

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Seth MacFarlane’s
Sharpy look in custom tux by Gucci, cable classics cufflinks by David Yurman.

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and Tommy Lee Jones with Dawn Laurel-Jones
Knotted accurately!

As you can see most of the award winners had spent not an hour to get prepared to shine bright like diamonds with perfect looking on public.