One day after his unexpected Met Gala look, Pete Davidson emerged in a more relaxed ensemble.
On Tuesday the 27-year-old actor took to the New York City streets wearing a white ‘I love Staten Island’ hoodie from the brand Stay Cool.
The Meet Cute star paired it with two-tone blue sweatpants that were also from the clothing line.
Contrasting look: One day after his unexpected Met Gala look, Pete Davidson emerged in a more relaxed ensemble
The Saturday Night Live alum covered his bleach blonde hair with the hood of his sweatshirt and obscured his eyes in a pair of white framed oval-shaped sunglasses.
The getup was finished with white socks and a pair of yellow, red, white, and black sneakers from the Casablanca x New Balance collaboration.
The newly-single Davidson carried his phone in a purple case, displaying a black manicure as he held up a peace sign for a photograph.
Street style: On Tuesday the 27-year-old actor took to the New York City streets wearing a white ‘I love Staten Island’ hoodie from the brand Stay Cool
On Monday Davidson said he was ‘excited’ about how ‘easy it is to pee’ in his Met Gala outfit.
The writer/producer walked the red carpet at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday in a black slip dress and white blazer and admitted there was a practical reason why he chose the gown.
Speaking to GQ magazine during his fittings with designer Thom Browne, he said: ‘I’m excited for how easy it is to pee. You can literally just lift it up…
‘This is very nice. I’m very loose. Everything is swinging around.’
Coordination: The Meet Cute star paired his sweatshirt with two-tone blue sweatpants that were also from the clothing line
And the comic joked he was going to make things even easier for himself, adding, ‘I’m definitely wearing no underwear. It would be so funny.’
The dress had pockets, which Pete claimed would prove very useful.
He quipped: ‘They added them for my drug paraphernalia.’
The King Of Staten Island star admitted he initially thought it was a ‘joke’ that he had been invited to fashion’s biggest night.
He said: ‘When I was first told I would maybe have the opportunity to attend, I thought it was a joke.’
Shocker: The star walked the red carpet at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday in a black slip dress and white blazer
Pete found it ‘hilarious’ that Thom Browne and his team thought he could ‘pull off’ such a daring look.
He said: ‘If you’re gonna wear a dress, what better way or place to do it than the Met, you know? I’m really excited and really stoked that they thought I could pull this off, which is hilarious.’
But the designer insisted he never had a doubt. ‘I always admire people who are willing to take risks. Who feel comfortable in being themselves no matter what they’re wearing. Pete wears the clothes so well, and this really lets his personality shine,’ said Browne.
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