Skip to main content

Must have accessories

Past Boxes Included
Socks | Ties | Cufflinks | Pocket Squares
Tie Clips | Grooming Samples

$35 per box and delivered every month

Join CLassic
classic box containing various fahsion accessories

Live the lifestyle

Past Boxes Included
Leather Goods | Electronics | Luxury Watches
Premium Home-ware

$119 per box and delivered every 3 months

Join Premium
premium box containing various life and fashion accessories

The Most Well-Dressed Men at the 2017 Grammy Awards

The Grammy Awards this year showed a tender side of humanity. Thanks to the odd mishaps and technical difficulties. Award shows like this year’s Grammy Awards show the power of live television. Along with the live award show comes the red carpet reveal of attending celebrities. Attendees dress to express at this award ceremony. With such freedom to dress, we decided to state our thoughts on the most well-dressed men at the 2017 Grammy Awards. Also, we did not choose anyone that only wore a t-shirt and jeans.

Most Well-Dressed Men at the 2017 Grammy Awards

James Corden

A photo posted by Gentleman’s Box (@gentlemansbox) on

James Corden, the host of this year’s award ceremony, wore Tom Ford. He put a spin on the traditional tuxedo with a pastel-colored blazer.

John Legend

A photo posted by Us Weekly (@usweekly) on

The class act sported Gucci and took the bold move of wearing salmon.  Good move John.

Leon Bridges

Dressed like his influences from the past, Leon Bridges pulled off the ivory suit with ease. He also wears three accessories on the upper half of the body: the tie, pocket square, and lapel pin.

Ryan Seacrest

A photo posted by People Magazine (@people) on

Ryan Seacrest wore his line of attire. He played it cool with no tie and matched a brown blazer with black pants.

Drew Taggart/Alex Pall

Drew Taggart wore black and white with perfection. Alex Pall wore a gray suit with black lines that matched well.

For more red carpet fashion check out The Most Well Dressed Men at the Golden Globes 2017.