The ladies always get the majority of the attention at awards ceremonies for their fashion, but the guys deserve just as much applause. Some gents at the 2013 Grammys looked like they rolled out of bed and threw on the first thing that looked somewhat presentable, but there were a handful who made our jaws drop with their well put-together ensembles. So who were some of the hottest and best dressed men at the 2013 Grammys?
During his performance with Jay-Z, JT had ladies, from the audience to Facebook, fanning themselves due to how hot he looked. He was equally attractive on the red carpet in a black Tom Ford tux, complemented with a white-edged pocket square, black cummerbund, over-sized black bow tie, and black and white loafers. Out of all the guys at the 2013 Grammys, he earned the label as the best dressed man there. His date for the evening was his wife, Jessica Biel.
The host of the 2013 Grammys knows how to bring dapper style to an awards ceremony. He sported a cream Giorgio Armani jacket which he paired with black pants, black shoes, white dress shirt, black bow tie and a black hat. On his arm for the evening was his wife, Simone.
The Maroon 5 frontman opted for all black in a black Lanvin tux and shirt, which he paired with black shades and shoes. He and the rest of the band performed along with Alicia Keys where they did a medley of their songs, "Girl on Fire" and "Daylight."
The "How I Met Your Mother" star stepped out in a gray perfectly tailored suit that consisted of a vest, a matching tie and a royal blue dress shirt. He finished off the look with black shoes. His equally fantastically dressed partner, David Burtka, was his date for the evening.
Decked out in a Burberry tux, the red carpet interviewer looked quite handsome. His tux consisted of a gray jacket with black lapels, black pants, black bow tie, black shoes and a white pocket square. His girlfriend, Julianne Hough, was not in attendance at the Grammys.
Who gets your vote for the best dressed guy at the 2013 Grammys?
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