Richard Armitage made an appearance on three different red carpets this week, and each time he impressed in a blue suit.
The British actor has showed off his incredibly smart style in array of suits throughout The Hobbit promo tour and this week he’s shown how a blue suit can transform with the change of a few items.
Now we know that Richard has had different suits on each occasion, but there’s nothing to suggest that one blue suit can recreate each of these look.
First up this week was the Berlin premiere of the film, where he wore a suit by a brand called Unconditional. He kept the rest of the look blue too, with a matching shirt and tie. Thankfully, breaking up the colour he added a burgundy pocket square, ensuring the look wasn’t too one-note.
Then came the Madrid premiere, where he wore his Unconditional blazer with a pair of Vivienne Westwood plaid trousers. An interesting touch to the look. He brought out the colour of the trousers with a light blue shirt and a turquoise tie. Finishing the look with a brown belt and dark brown shoes.
His final blue look this week came at the ’40 Principales Awards where he wore a dark-blue suit which he paired with a blue-and-white checked shirt, a black tie and shoes and a purple-and-white polka dot pocket square.
The plaid trousers look was by far my favourite of the week, what was yours?