The Best-dressed Men of 2013 (and why it’s not all about the clothes)

There are many best-dressed lists out there in the media world, and we decided to get our own. Not because of vanity reasons, but because we wanted to share our favorites and, more than that, what we like about them with the readers of the Attire Club blog.

So we picked out our best-dressed guys, but while doing it we realized that being well-dressed is not just about the clothes you wear. “Wearing” something is more than putting your clothes on. If we were to pick by the clothes, we would have picked looks from different runway shows.

Our belief that being well-dressed does not come only from the clothes you wear, but from your attitude and the way you do it as well has been proved to be true one more time.

We looked out for guys who did their best to be and look their best, including grooming, posture and everything else. If you look at many of the guys on our list, they often look simple, or, let’s just say, not in a way that is highly unreachable, but the way they do it is what gets them on our best dressed list.

We have added people from all fields, including sports and music and going all the way to television and comedy. So, take a look at our top 12 in no particular order!

Fraquoh and Franchomme






P.S. Who would make it on your list and why? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

13 thoughts on “The Best-dressed Men of 2013 (and why it’s not all about the clothes)

  1. Great picks: based on style and presence instead of facial beauty. What ever happened to the Boutonniere? Cary Grant, Fred Astaire, and the golden boys of Hollywood knew how to rock that little slit in their lapel. Is it a lost art now?

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