Our favorite Hollywood actresses were on fire at the 88th Academy Awards, dressed flawlessly in breathtaking gowns. But, of course, we can't forget about our bros.
The leading men also brought their A-game on the red carpet style-wise, looking dapper as heck in their suits and ties (or bow ties).
From Jared Leto's black ensemble featuring red piping and a fitting corsage to Sylvester Stallone's stylish blue suit, here are the five best dressed men at this year's Oscars!
1) Jared Leto
The Suicide Squad actor definitely dressed to drop panties everywhere. His outlined black blazer and red corsage formed a suave combination worthy of any awards night. Plus points for those snake-adorned loafers!
Style tip: Sometimes, you just have to get out of your comfort zone and try new trends. If you'll always stick to the usual, you'll never know what other combinations would look great on you.
2) Pharrell Williams
The 42-year-old American singer went sockless with his tuxedo. The look—which has a bit of a John Lloyd Cruz vibe to it—is both sleek and minimalist.
Style tip: You need to master the art of the "ragga roll" if you want to imitate this look. Just roughly roll up your pants without creating defined folds. Pair the cuffs with oxfords, boat shoes, or loafers and you're good to go.
3) Ryan Seacrest
The American Idol host looked dashing in a grey suit. His silver watch sealed the deal.
Style tip: If you don't want to go all terno, make sure you keep a lighter shade up top and a darker shade down low. Also, keep it simple. Too many colors will just ruin the look. Less is more here.
Breaking away from the usual grey-black combo, we applaud Rocky's desire to switch things up a bit. Blue and black really look great together when done right. The simple yet elegant bow is the proverbial icing on the cake.
Style tip: If you want to stand out from the crowd, make sure you wear something different. For example, when it comes to formal wear, it's obvious that most men will wear the traditional black tux. So go with blue or whatever color that can highlight your best features.
Okay, there's nothing special about the suit, but it doesn't really matter when Leo's wearing it. This is a show of true poise from this year's Best Actor awardee more than anything else.
Style tip: It's all about the fit. Go ahead and befriend a tailor. No one can help you emphasize your best features while hiding the bad ones more than your good ol' sastre. Also, posture is important. No slouching please!