Get the Look - Awards Season

For most of us January is a time to adjust back to reality. A month full of dieting, staying in and attempting to stick to your new years resolutions. But not for the lucky few, January marks the start of the awards season. With the Golden Globes and the Critics Choice Awards starting off the year, the best of Hollywood show us exactly how to suit up. Beat those January blues and get inspiration for your 2019 wardrobe. Let Frederick Thomas London help you get the look this awards season.

 

 

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Golden Globes - Classic looks

 

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Some of our favourite actors stuck to a more classic look for this years Golden Globes. Dave Franco, Michael B. Jordan, Rami Malex, and Richard Madden supported the traditional tuxedo.

 

Get the look - If your budget doesn't quite stretch to a Burberry or Yves Saint Laurent tuxedo then don't worry! A simple and classic black tuxedo can be be purchased from most high street shops. You can never go wrong with a simple black tuxedo, simplicity at it's finest!

Check out our blog on how to suit up for new years eve for our top tips on how to get the black tie/tuxedo look.

 

Golden Globes - Alternative looks

 

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These celebrities decided to take a different approach to the black tie dress code. Spike Lee, Timothee Chalamet, Idris Elba and Mahershala Ali dared to be different at this years Golden Globes.

 

Get the look - to achieve an alternative look for your black tie attire focus on colour, dinner jackets and accessories. An easy way to add a a bit of brilliance to your outfit is through a splash of colour, Moss Boss have a great selection of beautifully unique and colourful dinner jackets. Add to your usual black tie attire for a beautiful take on the traditional tuxedo.  Additionally accessories is another great trick, as demonstrated by Mahershala Ali. Simply add a silk dress scarf  to your attire and opt for a dark blue suit rather than black. You'll be standing out for all the right reasons.

 

Critics Choice Awards - Classic looks

 

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At this year Critics Choice Awards Dan Levy, Stephan James, Harry Shum Jr. and Shameik Moore opted in for the traditional tuxedo. Although a far cry from a simple black number. Most gentlemen at this years ceremony decided not to sport a black tux, but stray from tradition and put their own spin on the famous dress code.

 

Get the look - This year the focus was on colour and fabric. A patterned tuxedo, sported by Dan Levy, was one of our favourite takes on the traditional tux. It will definitely get you noticed. Similarly a sparkling dinner jacket, as worn by Harry Shum Jr, is equally as striking. While colour is also key to these outfits, navy and black & white tuxedos, rather than the classic black, creates a sophisticated and alternative look.

 

Critics Choice Awards - Alternative looks

 

 

Our favourite alternative looks at this years Critics Choice Awards where worn by Lakeith Stanfield, Timothée Chalamet, Darren Criss and John Krasinski. Straying away from the classic tuxedo, these gentlemen opted for a more causal attire.

 

Get the look -  Despite the casualness, these men are still dressed to impress. They've ditched the bow tie and focused all their attention on their suits. Lakeith Stanfield and Timothée Chalamet stood out from the crowd in a black and white checked tuxedo and a colourful Alexander McQueen suit. While Darren Criss and John Krasinski stuck to more subtle colours, with an all beige suit and black and white combo. A good way to dress up or dress down a suit is through your shoes. Timothée Chalamet is a prime example, pairing his suit with a pair of white trainers for a relaxed and casual look. While  Lakeith Stanfield sported a pair of velvet  dress shoes to bring his outfit to another level.

 


 

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From all of us at Frederick Thomas London, thank you for reading and see you next week.

 

Written by Emily Watson

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