British Men You Somehow Fancied In 2005

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1. Back in 2005, Shayne Ward was breaking hearts in a black, short-sleeved shirt paired with a grey waistcoat and two diamond earrings.

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2. Because 2005 was a simpler time. It was a time when Simon Webbe coordinated his hat with his outfit.

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3. Calum Best layered a short-sleeved shirt over a plain white tee.

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4. And Ben Price knew that the way to our hearts was to dress exclusively in beige.

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5. Back in 2005, Danny Jones made the skinny scarf work.

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6. Paul Danan bought his shirts five sizes too big.

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7. And Craig David wore the finest metallic cardigan the world has ever seen.

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8. Jeremy Edwards knew that throwing a leather coat over a striped shirt and jumper was the way to look chic.

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9. And a post-spiky Gareth Gates was all about the ~layers~.

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10. Meanwhile, Anthony Hutton was making white suit jackets a thing.

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11. And Duncan James went one step further by dressing entirely in white.

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12. 2005 saw some slick dressers, like Gary Lucy in this phenomenal purple suit.

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13. And some more casual dressers, like Kenzie in as many loose-fitting clothes as he could get his hands on.

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14. Ten years ago, Charles Venn knew that blindingly white trainers paired with flared jeans and a sports jacket was a good look.

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15. Beautiful Lemar knew that the key to “smart casual” was a carefully coordinated beanie.

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16. And Charlie Simpson knew there wasn’t a problem that hair gel couldn’t solve.

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17. Daniel Bedingfield was a fan of a white tie on a white shirt.

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18. Will Mellor was a fan of a black tie on a black shirt.

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19. And Ben Shephard was just a fan of this one specific tie.

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20. Meanwhile Jamie Theakston just went open-shirted like the sex god that he was.

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21. And Prince William, dear Prince William, just enjoyed his life with a full head of hair.

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Source: buzzfeed.com

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