When you think of a celebrity with put-together style, Post Malone may be the last person to come to mind. Since stepping out on the music scene, the singer has embraced a disheveled look with messy hair and wrinkled flannels to match. Malone’s fashion isn’t necessarily something for all to aspire to — but the way he rocks it with confidence is.
Posty recently announced he’s expecting his first child, meaning his style could soon be due for a transformation. On the red carpet, the singer has proven he’s capable of styling more polished metallic jackets and blinged-out Western suits — whether a kid brings more of that out or leads him to be more unkempt is still up in the air. Whichever side of Malone you favor, however, these eight pieces under $100 will help you get his look for less.
When he’s not wearing graphic tees and sweats, Malone loves to tap into Western style — adding his own eclectic flair, of course. Channel his red carpet looks with this holographic cowboy hat.
No matter where he’s going, Posty always makes sure to wear some sort of graphic — the crazier, the better. To truly channel his style, pair this wild camp shirt with mismatching sweats.
A dingy graphic tee is a staple in Malone’s wardrobe, meaning you’ll have to add a few stains and rips to this shirt to really give in to the artist’s look. Add some loose jeans, silver chains, and white Crocs to complete the fit.
At this point, flannel has become synonymous with Posty himself. Upgrade his typical look with this split flannel shirt, taking care to style with ripped jeans and equally beat up sneakers to even out the fit.
Accent your fits like the singer with this chunky chain, which boasts a silver skull for added grunge. Stack on matching silver rings and bracelets to elevate the rest of your look.
To get the comfortable feel of sweats — but with a polished appearance — Posty often opts for looser patterned pants. Houndstooth is one of his favorite prints, and the baggy fit of this pair would look great with his dingy graphic tee collection.
Malone leans hard into classic American styles like flannel and trucker jackets, meaning this denim outerwear would assimilate nicely with his wardrobe. Try layering this jacket over a grungy camp tee and jeans for the singer’s preferred Canadian tuxedo look.