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Celebrity Style Mistakes from the U.S. Open

Celebrity StyleCelebrity Style Mistakes from the U.S. Open

You might remember the stiff competition for most stylish man at this year's (actually every year's) Wimbledon tournament. Thanks to a century-old tradition, strict dress code, and beautiful natural light, men look damn good in the stands watching the on-court action. But when it comes to America's version of the championships, The US Open, the style is downright lacking — to be fair, not many people look good under artificial light on a sweaty August night in Queens. And without a healthy dose of sartorial competition, men treat the Open like any other sporting event, which is not good. This year was no different with some of our favorite celebs showing up in, well, fits that were more appropriate for watching on TV at home. Where were Stanley Tucci, Prince William, and Benedict Cumberbatch? Definitely not at Arthur Ashe stadium. Instead, here are the most disappointing looks from the 2016 U.S. Open and how to fix them. With an honorable mention for those guys who were at least trying. Looks like it's time this tournament got a dress code.

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