As Austin Butler played one of the greatest (and best dressed) rock and roll icons in music history, he needed to look the part on the press tour.
Many expected him to wear an Elvis Presley-inspired outfit with rhinestones and a plunging neckline. But Butler dashed the expectations by not wearing any of these outfits.
Instead, Austin showed what it meant to be chic minimalism in men’s fashion with subtle hints of the ’50s that made Elvis Presley world famous.
With the help of her stylists Tom Erebut and Sandra Amador, Butler proves that a simple outfit can still make an important statement.
He presented Presley’s look in a more modern way, reflecting the singer’s penchant for ’50s shirts with smart suits and big collars.
During the screening of the film “Elvis” in London, the actor was dressed in a stylish white Alexander McQueen blazer, teamed with a white T-shirt and black trousers. A thin, barely noticeable necklace on a gold chain was matched with a brooch on the lapel.
For a photocall last week at the Cannes Film Festival, Butler wore a large-collared white shirt and high-waisted black trousers. And she looked so beautiful! The look, so appropriate for the Cote d’Azur, was completed by a laconic little Cartier watch with Wayfarer glass and a brown leather bracelet.
At the Cannes premiere, Austin Butler also wore a Celine double-breasted tuxedo, a black bow tie, edgy patent leather boots, and a purple flower brooch that added just the right amount of chic.
Whether the actor wore casual attire for daytime events or evening wear, Butler gave each look a little bit of personality and flair—and that’s where the musician whose image he embodied became a real man. was the pioneer. We will say that Austin Butler did everything right and did not turn the image of Elvis Presley into a parody.