The 15 Best Dressed Men on TV

The 15 Best Dressed Men on TV

Neil Patrick Harris, How I Met Your Mother

15
Daniel Grayson, Revenge
Daniel Grayson, Revenge
ABC
This stunningly naive character on one of TV's best thrillers is always dressed in preppy and expensive-looking outfits. From his khaki blazers to his starched button-downs, he had a classic look that made it obvious that he was a Hamptons' man.
14
Charlie Dattolo, Girls
Charlie Dattolo, Girls
HBO
While Charlie's stint on Girls didn't last as long as we would have liked, there's no doubt that the character had terrific style. He was the perfect dosage of grungy and hipster. He usually rocked plaids and cardigans. Even a simple tee looked so effortlessly cool on him that we could identify with Marni's endless obsession.
13
Jess Mariano, Gilmore Girls
Jess Mariano, Gilmore Girls
The WB
Bad boy style should be an article in itself. While the show's style as a whole is very 90's, there's no doubt that Jess' I-don't-have-a care-in-the-world look would still be appreciated today. He never tried, but always had us swooning and rooting for Rory and his reunion. Don't even get us started on Jess in a leather jacket...
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12
Tom Haverford, Parks and Recreation
Tom Haverford, Parks and Recreation
NBC
The self-proclaimed "image consultant and swagger coach" is never afraid to try something new. Whether it was a sequin blazer or a coonskin cap, Tom could pull it off with ease and ample amounts of sass. His daily wear is much more streamlined with tailored suits that are business professional, but just as impressive.
11
Teddy Montgomery, 90210
Teddy Montgomery, 90210
The CW
Another classy gentleman with button downs, cardigans and v-necks. His all-American style always looked put together and masculine. It was no wonder that members of both sexes were falling in love with him left and right on the show!
10
Harry Crane, Mad Men
Harry Crane, Mad Men
AMC
Harry is one of the few men from the advertising agency with a quirky, unique sense of style. His style has evolved from the rougher days of sideburns, mismatched suits and funky patterns to a clean look with fun bow ties, slicked hair and wayfarer-shaped glasses.
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President Fitzgerald Grant, Scandal
President Fitzgerald Grant, Scandal
ABC
Olivia Pope can't quit the President, and neither can we. Though his look is very classic and rarely waivers, this man can still make a classic suit and tie look fantastic. When he dresses in a tuxedo for a fancier occasion our hearts stop!
8
Julian Baker, One Tree Hill
Julian Baker, One Tree Hill
The CW
He is a character from a older show you may have forgotten about if he hadn't dressed so darn well (and been so sweet to Brooke). This film producer adapted a laid-back look with blazers atop hoodies and t-shirts and a good pair of jeans. His best accessory? Definitely that heartwarming smile!
7
Sebastian Kydd, The Carrie Diaries
Sebastian Kydd, The Carrie Diaries
The CW
Every teenager dreams of a Sebastian Kydd look alike, with his hair flip and flawless ensembles. His jackets, v-necks and ability to layer made him a perfect match for the fearless fashionista that was Carrie Bradshaw.
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Stanford Blatch, Sex and the City
Stanford Blatch, Sex and the City
HBO
Stanford was such a lovable character and always pushed boundaries with his outfits. Pink and purple were his black and navy and there was no such thing as too many patterns for one look. He mixed and matched and made it work with his fabulous attitude and sweet disposition.
5
Danny Castellano, The Mindy Project
Danny Castellano, The Mindy Project
FOX
Mindy may be the shopping obsessed one, but her other half seems to be learning well from her. Danny always looks professional with his uniform of button downs, unbuttoned just the right amount. This under his white coat was all he needed to look smart and sleek.
4
Blaine Anderson, Glee
Blaine Anderson, Glee
FOX
This prep school sweetheart never shied away from patterns or anything with color. Only Blaine could pull off the bow tie polo combo and constant red, white and blue. When Blaine and Kurt got together, a more fashionable couple could not be found.
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Chuck Bass, Gossip Girl
Chuck Bass, Gossip Girl
The CW
It's impossible to have an article about fashionable men and not have this character on it. Chuck was infatuated by dressing properly to both amuse his many female partners and to present himself as a serious business man. He always dressed up his Constance Billard uniform with scarves and accessories, but his evolution in the final season proved his style grew up with him. Paisley ties and red suspenders never looked so good.
2
Schmidt, New Girl
Schmidt, New Girl
FOX
Currently, rivaling the number one of this list as the new smoothing-talking, fashion-obsessed ladies' man is the ever hilarious Schmidt. His love for fashion is evident in his perfect button downs and cardigans as well as his constant comments on the subject. Only a man fully versed in fashion could own "driving moccasins" and a "sharkskin laptop sleeve."
1
Barney Stinson, How I Met Your Mother
Barney Stinson, How I Met Your Mother
CBS
"Have you met Barney?" A man that is never without a suit (in fact, he coined the phrase "suit up") is certainly the man we want at the top of this list. Though we never quite understood what he did for a living that required this attire, we are forever grateful for it!

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