Top 18 Red Suits by Top Celebrities: It’s the month of the holidays and fashion trends are quickly turning changing. One current trend that perfectly suites the holidays are red suits. You may think red reminds you of Santa Claus and Santa Claus is not exactly your fashion icon. When done properly with confidence, red suits in all sorts of hues can look very spiffy. Here are our top 18 looks of red suits by top celebrities, and of course, we’ll provide you links to have a similar look among these dashing red suits.
Men’s Red Suits Worn the Right Way
Andre Garfield looking very elegant in this 2 button maroon suit. He styles it modestly with a pinkish grey shirt and light grey necktie. With subtle colors arranged, he adds a simple and quiet belt to finish his look. Find a similar maroon look here.
Nick Jonas sports a 2 button suit in red plaid perfectly with a white dress shirt and black necktie. Plaid suits can be intimidating, so it is best to arrange subtle pieces with it.
This solid burgundy suit worn by Eddie Redmanyne is simplistically bold. He styles it with a light bluish grey necktie and blue handkerchief. Get the 2 button burgundy red suit look.
Looking totally fabulous in red, Tinni Tempah rocked this suit double breasted sharkskin tuxedo. He adds character with his black framed glasses, wearing black loafers with no socks. Get a similar look of the double breasted sharkskin tuxedo.
Harry Styles’s red and black striped red suit is worn with a simple black dress shirt that is fully buttoned up. Black and red pinstripe suits are very complex, so a necktie is not needed.
Luke Evans donned this burgundy 2 buttoned jacket the right way. A burgundy 2 buttoned jacket can be worn by leaving the bottom button undone with a matching black belt and necktie.
Chris Brown chose a bright red shirt and tie to match his red suit at the Billboard Music Awards. A shiny red suit should definitely be a show stopper.
It’s Nick Jonas again, but this time in a burgundy suit with no necktie. Get a very similar burgundy suit here.
Michael Starhan donned this 3 piece burgundy suit for the 2015 Oscars. 3 piece burgundy suits can be matched with a white or black dress shirt and black necktie.
David Oyelowo’s maroon suit was one of the best at the 2015 Oscars. The shawl lapel slim burgundy one button suit can be worn at special occasions or holiday parties. Possibly even for New Year’s.
Kevin Hart looking good in a wide peaked lapel maroon suit. A maroon double breasted suit can be worn with a black or white dress shirt.
Ryan Goslin looks amazing in anything, let alone this two toned burgundy tuxedo. A two toned burgundy and black tuxedo should be worn with a white shirt and black bowtie or necktie.
Will Smith chose to wear a white shirt and black tie with this red 3 piece suit at the premiere of his movie. Get a similar red 3 piece suit here.
Armie Hammer hit the red carpet in this dashing red suit and brown textured tie. Basic red suits can be matched with black, brown, white, and black.
Kanye West chose this red suit at the MTV VMAs. By Kanye’s example, a red shiny slim fit suit can be worn with a very low cut black shirt and gold jewelry. Definitely a unique arrangement among red suits.
Jared Johnson looked flawless at the People’s Choice Awards in this deep burgundy suit. A 2 buttoned deep burgundy suit can be worn with a black dress shirt, or even a darker shade of deep burgundy.
The best dressed on this red carpet was LeBron James in his red tuxedo jacket. A red two button party tuxedo jacket with black lapels should be worn with a white dress shirt and matching black bowtie or necktie, and black pants.
Justin Bieber looking sharp as usual and strays away from the traditional red suits with his young swag in a red jacket and red jeans. In Justin Bieber’s example, a red jacket can be fitted and worn with a white dress shirt that is untucked. This adds a slight rebel vibe to add character. Very appropriate for a party.
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