10 Best Outfits from Netflix Series 2020
Netflix is the most popular streaming service that provides numerous TV shows and movies to all internet-based devices. People have become more engaged with Netflix series in 2020 while they are forced to stay at home due to the pandemic situation. So the fashion stated by the actors of these Netflix TV shows is considered as a trademark worldwide. Men love to wear outfits that they see on Netflix series this year.
Gray floral suit worn by Terrance Howard in ‘Empire’
Famous actor Terrance Howard played the role of Lucious Lyon, the CEO of an entertainment company in the popular soap opera Empire, which was aired on Fox channel in 2020. He wore a gray suit in a few episodes, which was remarkable for floral printed blazer and chinos.
Tailored bold suits worn by Kevin Spacey in ‘House of Cards’
Kevin Spacey is a popular American actor and producer, who played the role of Francis Underwood in the TV series House of Cards. Viewers are highly impressed by his perfectly tailored suits, point collared cotton shirt with a French cuff, along with burgundy colored twill tie.
Summer outfit worn by Kyle Chandler in ‘Bloodline’
Kyle Chandler started his career in TV with the Netflix thriller series Bloodline. He was acclaimed for the cool summer wear sported by the detective John Rayburn, played by Chandler. Men loved the light blue colored cotton shirt used by Chandler to play this lead role, which made him look smarter.
Black suit and white collared shirt used in ‘Daredevil’
Charlie Cox played the role of Matt Murdock, who was the real man behind the mask in the Netflix series Daredevil. The British fashion designer Paul Smith created the highly textured black suit and White Collar shirt for this character, which also became a style icon.
Signature outfit worn by Jon Hamm in ‘Madmen’
The lead protagonist role in the popular TV series Madmen was Donald Francis Draper, which was played by Jonathan Daniel Hamm. He sported Pesko Fold style where the pocket needs to be of a solid color, preferably of contrast shade to that of the suit jacket. Men adore this style as formal wear, for their important business meetings.
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Multi-colored shirts worn by Bob Odenkirk in ‘Better Call Saul’
Bob Odenkirk played the role of an attorney named Saul Goodman in the American TV series Better Call Saul. Though it was a negative role, people loved the multi-colored dress shirt of vibrant shades and a matching tie that he wore with a tailored black suit while acting in this crime drama series.
Plaid suit with checkered shirt used in ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’
Several male actors had played several roles in the famous American period comedy-drama The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. People have also remembered these men for their plaid suits of multiple colors, matched with checkered dress shirts that became a style icon. Viewers found the character of Roger Sterling, played by John Slattery to be most stylish.
Professional suits sported by Gabriel Macht in ‘Suits’
Gabriel Macht played the role of Harvey Specter and Patrick J. Adams portrayed the character of Mike Ross in the famous American courtroom drama ‘Suits’. Men long to wear the kinds of stylish formal suits worn by these two actors in this popular TV series, which rendered them a perfect corporate look.
Fashionable wear sported by stars of ‘Queer Eye’
Five professionals, namely Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, and Jonathan Van Ness were known as Fab Five in the American reality TV series Queer Eye. As they are experts in different fields, the audience loved their smart and outstanding attires that made them look so different from others.
Stylish formal wear featured by Tom Ellis in ‘Lucifer’
The character of Lucifer Morningstar became a style icon among the young generation. Everyone loved the fashionable formal suits that he wore as a nightclub owner and consultant in LAPD in the American fantasy TV series Lucifer. Casual wear and hybrid outfits worn by other characters of this serial also became popular.