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Justin Trudeau Is the Best Dressed Man in Politics

The Canadian prime minister is never not on his fashion A-game.
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's impeccably polished style has been one to watch in the political world since he took office. Granted, this is not a place where stakes are very high, but he has held us over since chill-tastic Obama left the White House (taking his positive demeanor and eye for a well-cut suit with him). The current American administration might consider reallocating Mar-a-Lago money somewhere it might make a difference—with a tailor or stylist, perhaps.

But Trudeau's style stands on its own, and the Internet's sweetheart is our reminder that dressing for a professional setting doesn't have to feel bland. And considering the hellscape that is modern politics, it's refreshing to take a step back from partisan bickering and just appreciate some well-tailored suits once in a while. Trudeau's are slim and modern, and the unofficial standard for which all political leaders should aim. Here are some of his sharpest looks.

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The Venn diagram intersection of "political leaders" and "men who wear white jeans well" is incredibly small, but Trudeau is sitting right at the center of it.


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There's only so much room to play with your outfit when you're a world leader. Cognac shoes are a good way to do it.


Forever correctly coordinating his tie and lapel widths.


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The three-piece suit isn't for every modern man, but this one can pull it off.


Next to the equally well-appointed Obama.


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The prime minister of fun socks strikes again. 


Obama on vacation-adjacent.


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Wait, which ones are royalty?


A man who understands your coat should fit as well as your suit does.


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Now this is how you make a blue suit un-boring.


A brown suit doesn't need to feel old-school. A great fit and complementary tie bring it to life. 


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Let's take a minute to admire the jacket sleeve length and perfectly proportioned sliver of shirt cuff. 

This story originally appeared on Esquire.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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