Look for Less: Ryan Reynolds in Rome

Ryan Reynolds has been jet setting all over the world in recent weeks on a press tour for Deadpool 2, which comes out this week. He posted a few photos while he was in Rome dressed in a Getup we found to be easy to pull off, but expertly assembled.  It strikes the right balance of casual, professional, classic and fashionable – no easy task as any guy staring blankly into a closet knows, but an essential one for the myriad events and obligations an actor will find himself involved in while doing a press tour.

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Ryan makes some smart swaps to a standard business casual style. If we reduce the look to its foundation, it's just chinos and a dress shirt. Easily paired with suede desert boots and a blazer. But instead, the blazer is benched in favor of a bomber jacket, a look that is still trim and tailored but changes the overall style from business meeting to fashion-forward casual.

Swapping suede desert boots for suede high top sneakers keeps the color palette the same, but adds a casual edge.

Though the outfit is casual, the dark glasses, shirt, belt, watch, and bracelet create a grounded appropriateness for evening events in a way a lighter shirt and accessories wouldn't.

Notice his choice of opting for the “air tie” look of buttoning his collar without wearing a tie. Some folks certainly have strong negative opinions on the trend, and it may not be for everyone. Here, I think it nicely adds a more dressed up feeling that balances some of the other casual elements.

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