But you, my dear reader, know that on the arm of every well heeled woman is an equally splendidly groomed man (or as you'll see below, on the arm of another man). So I decided it was time to honour the best dressed blokes!
But first, David Beckham.
|Can we cut out Tom Cruise and put me in there?|
I was a little overwhelmed by all the tuxedos so we've whittled our Best Dressed selection down to the Boys in Blue.
|Midnight & Navy were the standout trend for the Blokes - click for a closer look|
Tom Ford wearing, well, Tom Ford.
Gerard Butler in Ferragamo
Bradley Cooper in YSL
Zachary Quinto and JC Chandor in almost matching YSL
Christopher Plummer (easily the biggest gentleman on the planet) in a vintage velvet tux
We're not going to leave the blokes out of the sewing stakes either. Want to replicate those gorgeous Velvet tuxedo jackets?
Vogue Mens V2383:
|Please don't make the white one. PLEASE I BEG YOU.|
|100% Cotton Velveteen|
*TIP: When sewing with velveteen or other pile fabrics such as velvet and corduroy, make sure the nap (pile) is going in the same direction for all of your pattern pieces - otherwise sleeves or other parts may appear a different colour to the rest of your garment.
We'd love to see what you create!
I'm going back to look at David Beckham now.