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Best Dressed Men At The 2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards

The 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards took place at the Shrine Auditorium in L.A. on Jan. 21. 

While actresses such as Margot Robbie, Reese Witherspoon and Allison Williams crushed it on the red carpet, we have to admit, the guys really stepped up their style game. Check out the best dressed men at the SAG Awards below.

#10. O-T Fagbenle

“The Handmaid’s Tale” actor was totally on trend in a velvet, pulm-colored tuxedo by Strong Suit tuxedo styled with a Montblanc timepiece and Giuseppe Zanotti slipper loafers.

#9. Daniel Kaluuya

The “Get Out” actor wore a Ermenegildo Zegna Couture suit with unexpected embossed detailing, styled with loafers.

#8. Marcus Scribner

The “Black-ish” actor wore a twist on the classic tux by Lena Kasparian suit featuring white paneling through the lapel area. A Cadogan shirt and DHAOne bow tie finished the look.

#7. Joe Keery

The “Stanger Things” kept it monochromatic in a slim all black Saint Laurent tuxedo and dress shirt.

#6. Alexander Skarsgard

The “Big Little Lies” actor looked handsome in deep-navy Hugo Boss tux styled with Tod’s shoes.

#5. Lonnie Chavis

He may only be 9-years-old but the “This Is Us” actor killed it in a decorative Dolce & Gabbana dinner jacket and those buckled brogues. Very suave little man!

#4. Lucas Hedges

The “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” actor wore a Dior Homme monochromatic black ensemble featuring white rose appliqué.


#3. Sterling K. Brown

The “This Is Us” star who made history as the birth black actor to take home the Best Actor Award in an Outstanding Drama Series certainly looked like a winner in a slim cut, cropped Giorgio Armani tuxedo styled with a Chopard timepiece and cufflinks.

#2. Dave Franco

“The Disaster Artist” actor looked sharp in a midnight-blue Paul Smith tuxedo with contrast black lapels.

#1. Dacre Montgomery

The “Stranger Things” star showed off his unique sense of style in a chocolate brownGiorgio Armani tux featuring an exaggerated shawl label. An unbuttoned dress shirt and Montblanc cufflinks completed the look.

Originally from Detroit, Ashley has been a style curator and editor for over a decade, having lived in Washington DC and New York City before moving to West Hollywood in 2015. She has written for The Washington Post, Hollywood Life, Haute Living, Vanity Fair, International Business Times and Fashion Times. She lives for leather jackets, statement sunglasses, RuPaul's Drag Race and her rescue basset hound Cletus.

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