Style lovers, take heed: Prince Philip is one to watch.
The Duke of Edinburgh has landed on GQ UK's "Best-Dressed Men In Britain" list for 2014, occupying the 26th slot. While first place went to hip DJ Nick Grimshaw, the 92-year-old royal beat out much-younger British dreamboats like Eddie Redmayne and Colin Firth -- get it, Philip.
So lest you think that the Queen's hubby's muted ensembles have taken a backseat to his wife's brightly colored wardrobe, we've set out to prove that Philip's spot on the best-dressed list was well-earned this year.
He had no problem mixing neutrals...
...or busting out an autumnal color palette.
He got adventurous with hats.
He cleaned up nicely...
...and he even rocked boutineers.
He was *slightly* more contemporary than the Queen when it came to sportswear.
He wore classic British designer labels like Burberry.
Plus, he pulled off these snazzy uniforms.
Honestly, who else could wear a kilt this well?
We rest our case:
If only he applied this tact to his social interactions: