Pete Davidson, best known for his role as a SNL cast member (and rumors of his own member), should also be acknowledged for his style; something you could describe as “elevated scumbro fashion.” Mixing streetwear grails from BAPE and Aimé Leon Dore with high-end pieces from Theory and Thom Browne, Davidson is leading the way for alternative men’s style.
That said, the actor isn’t afraid to throw on a pair of old basketball shorts with a graphic tee — he’s from Staten Island after all — but he does so with the right accessories and footwear. And unlike most celebrities, Davidson’s closet is fairly accessible, pulling not just from designer labels but from up-and-coming ones, too. Here, we’ve gathered eight pieces currently sitting in Pete’s rotation. Style accordingly.
Cute and grungy, this tee fits well with Pete’s current fashion sense. Accordingly, he styled the shirt with charm necklaces, a crochet overshirt, floral pants, and painted nails on an episode of Jimmy Fallon. To add a bit of hypebeast to the mix, Davidson completed the look with Aimé Leon Dore New Balance 550 sneakers.
Davidson’s best known for his grungy style, but he’s not fashion-illiterate. He wore these pants to Wimbledon — a strange setting for the actor — making sure to tone down their formality with a baseball cap and stacks of charm necklaces.
A connoisseur of band and tie-dye tees, Pete naturally drifted towards this Grateful Dead shirt, which he wore to a Clippers game. In case you missed it, the Grateful Dead are now considered streetwear icons just as much as they are a band. Jump on the wave; Davidson — and Lebron James, and Jonah Hill, and A$AP Rocky — already have.
Davidson — a well-known weed advocate — may consider his own motto to be stay cool, making this rainbow hoodie all that more appropriate. Great for chilling, or appearing on SNL, the sweatshirt is fairly affordable and easy to style.
When these sneakers debuted, it was hard to imagine who would possibly spend money to buy a pair. Davidson, however, proved even the ugliest Reebok collaborations could be stylish by wearing this pair on Late Night With Seth Meyers. Now you can buy the same pair for less than retail price — a pretty sweet deal.
Pete, who consistently keeps Rowing Blazers in his style rotation, was featured by the brand in its newest campaign wearing this sweater. He’s been seen wearing it since, styling the piece with patchwork pants and skinny white sunglasses.
Pete is one of the few celebrities who wears BAPE as it was intended — not as the sad, Nigo-less label it is today. He paired this tie-dye hoodie, a classic BAPE design, with matching shorts while out with BFF MGK. It's no longer available for retail price, but resale prices are less than $100 over its original cost.
Equal parts hypebeast and just plain weird, this fleece sweatshirt fits perfectly within Davidson’s closet. The actor wore the collaborative piece while attending one of Jake Paul’s boxing matches, before promptly dissing Paul. Good thing Pete’s sweatshirt was looking out for him.