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The Sharp Style Ranking: The Best and Worst Dressed at the 2014 Emmys

By: Sharp Staff|August 26, 2014



Charles Ragins

Yellow and black can work (see: Halloween or wasps), but not always. If there’s no matching prom date in sight, don’t bother with the brightly coloured tie on a black background.

Woody Harrelson & Matthew McConaughey

We like men who aren’t afraid to sport colour. Both Harrelson and McConaughey made their fearlessness abundantly clear with their vivid purple Prada suit and a navy Dolce & Gabbana suit, respectively. We can only guess what those suits smelled like at the after party.

Ty Burell

Who knew that a subtle blue suit and transparent-framed glasses would pair so well together? Better yet, who would have thought that the class clown would be the one to put them together so effortlessly?

Matt LeBlanc

We can get behind the white-on-white, shirt-tie combo, but it might be time to update that ‘90’s hairdo. I guess no one told him life was going to be that way.

Kevin Spacey

Unfortunately, now we delve into the gents whose suits we weren’t so fond of, starting with Spacey. It appears as though Kevin Spacey is researching his upcoming portrayal of Mr. Peanut—granted, he may actually have an injury. And if he wasn’t so terrifying on House of Cards, we might tell him that.

Johnny Galecki

You’d think one of the highest paid-per-episode TV actors would look a little more put together. You’d be wrong. Galecki graced the red carpet with his disheveled presence looking like he’d just woken up from a bender. If he ever got to sleep that is.

Aaron Paul

Aaron Paul won for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for “Breaking Bad.” We’re recognizing him here for the flawless execution of this black-kid-mohair, two-button, notch-lapel tux by Prada.

Adam Levine

Adam Levine rocked the air tie underneath his black peak lapel Prada tuxedo, showing how to put a pop-star spin on the trending look. It doesn’t hurt to have a Victoria’s Secret angel as a wife next to you either.

Jimmy Fallon

Funny guy Fallon wore Burberry Tailoring to the Emmys. The classic black tux took a modern turn with the glossy lapels. All the better to steal Stephen Colbert’s award!

Idris Alba

This man can do no wrong. Here’s yet another “how to do it so all the ladies go, ‘oh my’” lesson from Elba….with help from Gucci’s Signoria tuxedo. We can tell you where to find the suit, but you’re on your own when it comes to that accent.

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