It's no secret that here are HuffPost Style we are obsessed with menswear. Not only do we look to certain dapper dudes for style inspiration, but we even venture into the men's section ourselves on occasion. Although a lot of the boys in Hollywood are nice to look at, they're not just eye candy -- they can also teach us valuable lessons about getting dressed.

First and foremost, guys usually don't stress over what they wear, so why should we? Many women have anxiety about wearing the same thing every day, but having a uniform can streamline your life. Not only will you always feel comfortable in your ensemble, but it takes a certain kind of self-confidence to commit to a look -- just check out James Dean (don't mind if we do).

Other men, like John Lennon, teach us the importance of trying out new trends (we can only imagine how many sideways looks he got when he first donned his round specs), while David Beckham's "less is more" approach is something we could all benefit from.

Though we may not be putting on a tuxedo or a bow tie anytime soon, Hollywood's most fashion-forward men may be onto to something in the style department.

Click through the slideshow below to see what Mick Jagger, Brad Pitt and other stylish guys can show us:

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  • Brad Pitt: Don't Be Afraid To Wear Your Beat-Up Leather Jacket

    Luxe materials can elevate a jacket from beat-up to broken-in. All-season leather lasts a lifetime, and tough outerwear matches every outfit, either by playing up or toning down contrasting elements.

  • Michael Jackson: Pick A Signature Item

    Whose glove is more famous than Michael's? (<a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/09/12/oj-simpsons-defense-denies-glove-tampering_n_1877433.html" target="_blank"><em>Almost</em></a> no one's.) An accessory is something you can repeat without people wondering about your hygiene, and keeping one consistent puts a stamp on every outfit to make it more <em>you</em>.

  • Ryan Gosling: You Need A White T-Shirt

    Outfits are like houses: They need a strong foundation. Sometimes the simplest base makes for the best construction.

  • Justin Timberlake: Tailoring Is Key

    As we well know, anyone can pluck a jacket off a rack. We need to remind ourselves that one size does not fit all, or even most. Taking a trip to the tailor is a valuable investment because properly-fitting garments will make you look -- and feel -- like a million bucks.

  • John Lennon: Always Try New Trends

    Early adopters might seem silly when they start out, but once a new look expands its reach, you can say you tried it first. And hey -- those specs might just become your signature item.

  • David Beckham: Less Is More

    Sure, we've spent all this time preaching the value of embellishments and signature pieces, but we know those aren't for everyone. Keeping our whole outfit basic often allows us to feel more comfortable, as we're not fussing with accessory placement or struggling to direct attention back toward our sexy smiles.

  • James Dean: Uniforms Can Be Your Biggest Asset

    When you know what works, stick with it, and you'll never have to wonder what to wear again.

  • Mick Jagger: It's Okay To Look A Little Badass

    In fact, it's encouraged.

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