Best Dressed Men at the 2016 Grammys

Sound off on this year's music award style

This year’s Grammys was surprisingly tame compared to the wild days of Kanye’s chest cleavage, country icon’s classic glitz and belt buckles, or even Andre 3000’s green beaded performance outfit. While less crazy than past years, 2016 brought in some serious style and sartorial victories (along with great musical performances, of course). Catch up on our favorite looks of the evening and share your favorites in the comments below…

SG HQ’s picks for the best dressed men at the 2016 Grammys:

John Legend

OK, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen can basically do no wrong in my eyes – and their Grammys style was no exception. John was decked in Gucci and commanded that bold print, complete with a stately bowtie.

Sam Smith

You may have seen us call this out last night: Sam Smith emphasizes why it’s a good idea to befriend a tailor. Every element of his look was fitted to his frame and the subtle stripes had a big impact.

DJ Khaled

It’s safe to say DJ Khaled found another key to success with his Grammys look – and why yes, those are Yeezys he’s rocking. We love the houndstooth sheen and proportions of his lapels and bowtie.


The classic man is looking…classic (with a twist). This was the Grammys, after all. If his electric blue three-piece suit wasn’t eye-catching enough, he took it to the next level with burgundy suede slippers that played off of his matching tie and pocket square.

Leon Bridges

Leon Bridges is officially a fan favorite at SG HQ. He topped Lizzie’s Valentine’s Day wish list and now he’s nabbed a spot on our Grammys “Best Dressed” list. Leon is known for this retro sound, so it’s fitting that style follows suit. Tapered slim trousers and Chelsea boots conjured up images of our favorite Beatle – and we loved it.

Jack Antonoff

We saw a lot of classic black suits and tuxedos, so it was a welcomed change to see Jack Antonoff’s grey tailored jacket with a classic white pocket square and thin bow tie.

James Bay

Small details took rock crooner, James Bay’s look to the next level. His dapper Burberry velvet jacket with thin lapels fit seamlessly amongst his rocker chic fedora and suede Chelsea boots.

James Corden

By now we know James Corden loves fashion, and fashion loves him right back. Not afraid to take a few risks (or match Justin Bieber), it was great to see his luxe jacket that fit impeccably well.

…but there was one questionable trend

The three-piece suit sans shirt is definitely a tough sell for us. What do you guys think about this look?



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