Most of us require at least a double shot of something before we can even think about compiling an outfit that makes any kind of sense – but not these guys. These men manage to brew up looks hotter than cup of Joe just to go out and get the stuff. That’s strong.
Stylish men getting coffee
By Kasia Hastings, 9 April 2016
Justin Bieber’s Baby-ccino
What do you mean this coffee is decaf? We pity the barista who disappoints Justin Bieber, especially when he’s out in his best threads for a cheeky latte with the lads. He may have trouble getting his caffeine intake but he clearly has no problem getting his hands on some Yeezy 350s. Elsewhere, it’s a typical Biebs’ order of an oversized tee, distressed denim jacket and camo cap.
Louis Tomlinson’s skinny, decaf, soy black jeans
Daddy duties mean sleepless nights and a higher caffeine intake but it hasn’t affected Louis Tomlinson’s ability to pull together a solid simple look. Out on the coffee run in LA, Tomlinson creates his signature blend of strong casual staples and adds an extra shot of 70s style with some aviator shades and orange adidas.
David Beckham’s cappu-chinos
Here’s another artisan outfit from stylish man David Beckham. Since retiring from football, Becks has had more time to soak up some cafe culture and look excellent while doing so. Here, the connoisseur has carefully coordinated his look with his coffee cup, with a black lid/beanie and camel bottoms.
Aaron Paul’s caffeine fix
We’re pretty sure Aaron Paul is a black coffee kind of guy. What else would an 'Americano' in a black biker jacket, longline jumper and Chelsea boots order? Paul adds a nice rock ’n’ roll edge to his smart blue trousers for an early morning sartorial hit.
2 Chainz’ mac(chiato)
2 Chainz clearly couldn’t brave the red carpet without a caffeine kick. When he did arrive (better latte than never) the eccentricity continued with an interesting take on a classic spring mac. With a jacket like that, this guy is clearly a mocha-frappé-latte-with-an-extra-shot-of-steez kinda guy.