Alive From New York, the primary Netflix stand-up particular from Saturday Night time Dwell’s Pete Davidson is hitting screens later this month. Having a new comedy particular on the streaming big is an enormous deal for anybody, however possibly particularly so for the 26-year-old comic, his first since his paparazzi-fueled rise to a family identify. Davidson, after all, is understood for his love of loud streetwear and outlandish clothes. So coloration us pleasantly stunned that, within the particular’s trailer, the comic’s rocking a extra grown-up look: a genuinely wonderful go well with.

Now, this is not precisely a fusty grandpa vibe. The go well with checks all the correct bins for at the moment’s instances. The blazer? An ideal quantity of slouch. The pants? Roomy and expertly cropped. To finish the look, Davidson wears a cream-colored sweater (half-tucked in, no much less!) and a pair of crisp white sneakers. Forgoing the button-up shirt and tie was the correct transfer; going full suit-and-tie feels a bit too sq. for Davidson. Despite the fact that he did not decide to the standard go well with, the look nonetheless a drastic departure for the comic whose closet rivals that of a teenage hypebeast. It is a large change, and one wonders the place Davidson received the concept to shine up his outfit. Let’s ponder, we could?

John Mulaney is one in all Davidson’s good mates (and fellow funnyman), and himself a fairly sharp dresser—most notably, he nearly all the time wears a go well with when he performs. Final 12 months, Mulaney and Davidson swapped outfits whereas on a comedy tour collectively, the previous donning a Wu Put on denim jacket and SpongeBob SquarePants pants, the latter in a slim charcoal go well with and thin tie. It was a superb gag, certain, however maybe the go well with seed was planted! Davidson additionally appeared on Netflix’s YouTube sequence “Dressing Humorous,” hosted by Queer Eye’s trend knowledgeable Tan France, which discovered France spending a lot of the episode making an attempt to get the comic to step outdoors of his loudly coloured streetwear field. One outfit is a light-grey go well with with a turtleneck, a foreshadowing of types for what Davidson wore for his particular.

No matter whoever pushed Davidson on the trail to don a blazer and gown pants in his new particular, the transfer seems to be paying off. (He can save his swishy pants and bucket hats for one more evening.) Even the king of loud streetwear wants to decorate up someday—and that is undoubtedly the correct solution to do it.