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The Golden Globe Awards 2014... Yes, it's this time of year already, and what better place to witness the masterpiece creations of all renowned designers, tailored to fit those million dollar celebrity bodies.
Despite the Fact that the ladies were stunning and studding, the guys decided to take a stand this year and captivate our interest as well.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Bradley Cooper, Matthew McConaughey, Chris Hemsworth and Usher were just a few of the fellas that did not want to go unnoticed!
WHAT HAVE WE ANALYSED?
Mathew McConaughey stepped up his style in an emerald green shade velvet jacket, while Chris Hemsworth owned it in a mid night blue velvet jacket. Gentlemen, show off your shoulders frame and step away from dull tuxedo jackets this winter, it's this time where you get the chance to be playful with your jackets....VELV-IT!
2. "Is this black?… I can't tell..." "NO! IT'S NOT BLACK AT ALL"
Despite the fact that black is a color that we are not even allowed to discuss when it comes to classics, this winter keep away from it!
This winter you have a much diverse selection around you, from daring textures to jaw dropping patterns, choose a suit that makes you stand out!
3. Oxblood, blues & 50 shades of grey!
This winter when picking a suit keep those three colors in mind. Opt to wear an oxblood color tuxedo, stray from the pack in blue suits of all degrees and shades --think bright blue all the way to navy blue--- and lastly remember that dull is not the grey color anymore, grey this winter can be matched with hmmmm...Grey. Combine several shades of grey for a modern twist of chic.
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Contributed by Maya Sebai