Watch These Movies If You’re a Fan of Menswear

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Women have been learning fashion tips from Hollywood’s leading actresses for years. But, men have become addicted to amazing movies and their incredible acting skills. For menswear lovers, it is worth checking out TV shows and movies featuring stylish gentlemen dressed in stellar looks.
These movies not only have great stories but can also inspire you. We have compiled the most important movies for menswear enthusiasts, including classic looks as well as styles that are back in style. You can make your movie night a style lesson.

The Great Gatsby

No matter where your home is, The Great Gatsby (2013)’s 1920s summer style will be noticed in every room. Gatsby was known for wearing a full-suited look in the summer heat. He favored boater hats and tie pins. Formal wear does not have to be worn only for weddings. It can be worn in the summer heat as well. You can also find great inspiration in the 1974 version.

The Talented Mr. Ripley

This action-packed thriller features some of the most stunning wardrobes and aesthetics of the late 90s. It will inspire you for your everyday wear. The film takes place in 1950s Italy. It showcases a simple, yet elegant style that will make you want to take another look. There are slacks, lightweight suiting, and short-steel separates.

American Gigolo

American Gigolo was a 1980 movie that helped launch Giorgio Armani’s career. It’s still relevant today as a source of style inspiration. Richard Gere embodies a lot Italian flairs through his use of delicate fabrics and relaxed silhouettes. The most prominent clothing pieces are retro jeans, suits, wrap coats, and jackets.

Kingsman: The Secret Service

Kingsman’s Secret Service goes beyond the norm and has its male characters wearing stylish outfits like brogues. The movie is filled with English-tailored suits. This movie also shows how they can be used as weapons. You can also sport their looks thanks to a collaboration with Mr. Porter.

Shaft

Menswear fans think of Shaft when they think leather. Shaft’s influence on fashion is well-known, especially when it comes to leather jackets. The shaft is shown wearing sleek leather jackets with turtlenecks and leather pants while fighting crime.

The Matrix

The all-black-everything look has always been a favorite. The Matrix can be used as inspiration. This aesthetic has a futuristic, sleek vibe, from the long leather trench coats and slicked-back hair to the combat boots as well as the tiny sunglasses. A trend that has returned is tiny sunglasses.

Rebel Without a Cause

James Dean is famous for wearing effortless looks, especially in Rebel Without a Cause (1955). Dean can still look fantastic in simple jeans and a T-shirt in the movie. He is best known for his bold red windbreaker, which gives him an unmistakable bad boy look.

Top Gun

Top Gun was a major influence on fashion trends, even though you may not have seen the film. Jumpsuits, bomber jackets, and aviator shades are all trends introduced by Top Gun. Some of these can be combined with your modern style.

Clueless

Cher and her Clueless girl gang did a great job in Clueless. You might be tempted to look at Bronson Alcott High School boys next time you see the Clueless movie. The 90s skater look is very unique and a great style to sport if you want something casual and distinct.

Mad Max: Fury Road

Mad Max Fury Road is the perfect place to find a wild, rugged and fashionable style. The movie’s wardrobe is filled with futuristic, apocalyptic, or neutral-colored clothes is well-known. For a stylish and rugged look, wear-in pieces can be combined with neutral and earthy colors.

Alfie

We might not be capable of pulling off the flawlessly tidied hairstyle that Jude Law wore in the 2004’s movie, but there are ways we can imitate this modern playboy style. Tie scarves, pink button-down shirts and slim pinstripe suits are some examples of fashionable outfit pieces.

Crazy, Stupid Love

Ryan Gosling doesn’t give anyone a style makeover, nor does his abs. But there are still ways you can refashion the fashion choices from Crazy, Stupid Love. The wardrobe consisted of simple and flattering clothes, with fashionable, modern designs.

Grease

You are looking for something classic? Grease has the perfect wardrobe. While you watch this classic movie, take inspiration from the slim-fit jeans, leather jackets and wine T-shirts.

Spectre

James Bond is a timeless classic. Spectre provides some valuable wardrobe advice to assist you in your enjoyment of the film. Daniel Craig had many wardrobe choices, with a turtleneck sweater overcoat and double-breasted overcoat being the most prominent. Tom Ford sunglasses can be a great way to get a touch of James Bond in your outfit.

The Best Offer

Although the movie is not well-known, it contains some fashion styling tips that will appeal to fashion fans and anyone interested in high-end interior design. Geoffrey Rush showcases elegant looks that include three-piece suits in subtle colors, as well as gloves. This video will show you how to combine gloves and suits.

W.E.

This is Edward VII’s love story. Edward VII is well-known both in film and in real life for his fashion sense. He was the most photographed man in the world during the 30s. Bold patterns, vibrant colors, detachable collars and intriguing outfits will pique your curiosity.

Drive

Drive, a 2011 heist film that Ryan Gosling looks great in, received a standing ovation at Cannes Film Festival. However, the outfits are stunning, with a focus on rugged looks as well as driving gloves. Gosling will show you how to combine boots and denim, with Henley shirts.

American Psycho

Even horror movies can look different sometimes. American Psycho is well-known because of its unique style. Power suits are a favorite of menswear fans, as is the iconic business card scene. You can tolerate the movie’s harsh themes if you can handle the bold shirts, pinstripes and ties.

Crazy, Rich Asians

The movie’s 2018 soundtrack is famous for featuring some amazing outfits. Male characters wore well-tailored suits with tuxedos. While it might sound Western-styled, this style has been replicated to suit the Asian male physique.

A Single Man

It’s no surprise that Tom Ford’s first movie was a success with costumes. A Single Man, Tom Ford’s first movie, is a great place for styling ideas and to enjoy heartwarming stories. The movie takes place in the 1960s and features a variety of style options for male characters. You will find everything you need to look your best, including T-shirts, jeans and collegiate layers as well as gentleman suits and gentleman suiting.

The Royal Tenenbaums

The Royal Tenenbaums is one of the few movies that has so many styles. It’s a movie about a dysfunctional family with everyone having their unique look. The movie features everything you’d expect to see, including the vintage tracksuits worn by Luke Wilson and the camel suit and sweatbands worn by Luke Wilson.

Bullitt

Bullitt also featured Steve McQueen in a turtleneck look from this 1960s thriller. The movie was full of inspiration for both classic and masculine styles, and it emphasized turtlenecks and coats. It is no surprise that The King of Cool is a Hollywood actor.

Funny Face

When discussing Funny Face, most people tend to focus on Audrey Hepburn’s fashion. However, Fred Astaire has some great looks as well. As you can see, his style is a great example of how accessories can make an ordinary suit special. He wears neck scarfs and boater caps. For something timeless, he once used a tie to wrap around his waist.

Reservoir Dogs

Reservoir Dogs are the reason why a group consisting of men in matching black suits is always fashionable. The 1992 movie was an inspiration to many groomsmen. It also provided a way for guys to look like bosses. And, don’t forget your wayfarer glasses!
These movies are worth a look next time you are looking for a great movie. The storyline is enjoyable, but you might also find some great ideas for your next look.