There's no denying it, the past few months scouting the country for Britain's best-dressed man have been a hell of a lot of fun.
Scrutinising the streets of Britain's biggest cities brought a sense of bizarre satisfaction we hope you've shared, flicking through the hundreds of entrants posted on Esquire.co.uk.
Despite all the fun we've been having, we did feel a little guilty casting judgement here at HQ, so it seemed only right to give you lot a chance to turn your collective gaze on the men of the Esquire team.
Thus, "Esquire's best-dressed men - The office years" was born. Over the course of this week we'll be posting photos of Esquire staff members, giving you the chance to decide who is Esquire's best-dressed man.
Send your comments, opinions and votes through to email@example.com, and we'll post them on the site. The winner will be announced next week, so watch this space for more.
First up, it's the turn of teams fashion and advertising
Name: Mansel Fletcher
Occupation: Esquire executive style editor
How he describes his style: "Like a member of the Taliban on holiday in Naples, having mistakenly swapped jackets with a Notting Hill-based script writer at the airport."
Name: Gareth Scourfield
Occupation: Esquire fashion editor
How he describes his style: "Nothing feels as good as a well cut suit. I'm a big fan of both the look and fit of a three piece for this coming Autumn. Mr Rourke wears it pretty well on our September issue cover."
Name: Darren Singh
Occupation: Esquire advertising director
How he describes his style: "A mix of classic British tailoring and modern trends"
Name: David Goodman
Occupation: Esquire advertising manager
How he describes his style: "Smart but distinctive"