Saturday Night Live will premiere season 43 with host Ryan Gosling, along with musical guest Jay-Z. What better time to recreate Ryan Goslin’s off-duty style than now. He has an effortless and relaxed look which makes it easier and affordable to put together for the average guy.
Hey, and who knows, replicating Ryan’s look might get you a few more stares and if you are in luck some more dates, too! Here’s how you can pull off his celebrity style.
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Ryan keeps his street style comfortable and effortlessly cool at the same time. The look above is really inexpensive to mimic, and it is not hard to achieve, chances are you probably already have most of the items right in your closet!
Start with a leather jacket like this Kenneth Cole jacket on sale for $59.99. You don’t want anything too bulky because you’re going be layering with another shirt or if the weather is colder a jacket.
The next item is going to depend on the weather, if it’s cold, then a plaid jacket will go great over the leather one. This G.H. Bass & Co. Buffalo Plaid Hooded Shirt Jacket is perfect to replicate the movie star’s look. Currently at $220, but with promo code “FRESH,” you’ll get an extra 25% off. Bringing the jacket down to $165. That’s a really great investment piece for fall.
If temperatures are still on the warmer side instead of a plaid jacket, you can style the look with a long sleeve plaid shirt and a plain t-shirt underneath. Plaid shirts are great to keep around all year round since they can be worn with graphic tees or by themselves with slacks for a more preppy look.
Pair the plaid jacket or long sleeve shirt with these black Levi’s 514 Straight Fit Soft Twill Pants from Macy’s which are on sale for $23.73.
All you need to complete the look is black boots like these Steve Madden’s Side Zippered Leather Boots on sale for $59.99 (from $160) that’s a terrific discount. Finish with simple accessories such as your favorite sunglasses.
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