They’re arguably three of Hollywood’s most attractive men, each for a different reason. Mark Wahlberg grips us with his laudable, killer casual style and chiseled looks, Niall Horan, for being unusually urbane for his age and for having an edgy fashion sense, and Jason Statham, for simply redefining the rugged, masculine image. Here’s how they jazzed up their casual and formal outfits.
The Oscar-nominated actor and father of four left us swooning. Layering up tastefully with a form-fitting grey, button-up cardigan over a solid black T-shirt, Mark made his colossal biceps shine through, as he was spotted leaving the Bristol Farms grocery store in Los Angeles. The Daddy’s Home star rounded off his spur-of-the-moment look with a pair of baggy khaki trousers, a watch, a wedding ring and a pair of athletic trainers.
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The One Direction heartthrob hasn’t turned his back on the limelight entirely as he captured the red carpet at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards. Accentuating his dapper physique, the capable singer went classic, donning a black suit teamed with a crisp white shirt and skinny silver tie. Niall styled his signature blonde hair into a high quiff, which he held in place with a glut of hair wax and pomade.
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Swaggering down the streets of Los Angeles was The Transporter star, casually dressed in a dense black T-shirt, perfectly-fitted grey jeans and a pair of navy-blue pull-on sneakers. The hard-hitting but sultry villain of the latest Fast and Furious series pulled on a sporty jet baseball cap and wore a pair of winter must-have, gold and black aviator sunglasses. Minimally accessorising with a watch, the Brit charmer ticked all the boxes to rivet our attention.
Published in The Express Tribune, December 23rd, 2015.
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