Menswear continues to dazzle at the SAG Awards, with spring trends like pastels and crochet making an appearance in the top looks of the night. 

Menswear has been one of the most exciting parts of award shows in recent years as designers and stars alike become more daring and confident in their choices.

This year's SAG featured a few standout looks that blended the fun and cottagecore elements of spring. 

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The Crown's Josh O'Connor continued his partnership with Loewe, currently headed up by Northern Irish designer Jonathan Anderson, who serves as the brand's creative director. 

Looking dapper in a soft brown three-piece suit, featuring a sharp waistcoat with contrasting off-white buttons, O'Connor paired his suit with a crocheted floral boutonniere in sunburst shades of yellow and orange.

Worn on his blazer lapel, the look was subtly inspired by 70s fashion, one of the key trends for the season. 

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Schitt's Creek star and co-creator Dan Levy looked every inch the Hollywood megastar, dazzling in a "custom cream dream" by The Row, the luxe label owned by the Olson twins.

Featuring a matching cream suit, white shirt and loose cream tie, the look had us longing for long summery days. 

The actor accessorised his outfit with dark brown brogues, taupe socks and a classic brown leather watch. He added a touch of sparkle to his outfit with a Cartier floral brooch, worn on the lapel of his blazer. 

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One Night in Miami's Leslie Odom Jr went down the slightly more classic route in a suit by Berluti, but brought his sense of fun and playfulness to the look.

Wearing what his stylist called "a watermelon amuse-bouche", the star dazzled in the green and pink ombre ensemble that simply radiated summer vibes. 

Worn over a matching ombre green turtleneck in shades of forest green and jade, the actor paired his look with striking angular dress shoes featuring a squared toe and prominent soles. 

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Keeping it light and fresh for spring, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom star Colman Domingo wore a stunning Grayscale in a soft shade of pastel peach.

The slick three-piece suit featuring a waistcoat, blazer and slightly cropped trousers all in the same shade, worn over a matching peach dress shirt. 

He finished the look with a pair of cream lace up boots with a contrasting black sole that matched his black socks and a selection of dramatic gold jewellery. 

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Eddie Redmayne went for the subtle flashes of personality over the louder ones, choosing a full Gucci look for his SAG Awards appearance.

The Trial of the Chicago 7 paired a rich navy suit, accented with a label on the left cuff, with a dazzling patterned green and red shirt. 

He paired the look with classic black loafers and had his own grooming look with Gucci grooming products. 

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Going against his character's look in the show, The Great's Nicholas Hoult went for a decidedly more casual outfit for the ceremony.

He chose a layered rock-inspired look by Celine, featuring a striking black and white graphic-printed bomber jacket with voluminous sleeves.

He layered this over an embellished denim jacket, dark turtleneck and a hoodie and paired it with dark trousers and paired it with a Jaeger watch.