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Jonah Hill Has the Perfect Approach to Street Style

The man is an inspiration.
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Jonah Hill has some pretty stellar style. It leans toward street style—hyped brands, graphic tees, and the like—but without being in your face. It's subtle. It's exactly what makes it feel like his true personal style, and not one a stylist chose for him. For every nod to insider fashion knowledge, there's a standard pair of Adidas or Levi's to go along with it. It's relatable, accessible, and exactly what to look at when you need some new ideas for your wardrobe. Here are some of his best looks.


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Streetwear and dadcore are having a bit of a crossover moment. Case in point: that shirt (streetwear) and those jeans (hey, Dad!). 


Who would've thought, a few years ago, that we'd be seeing a decent argument for wearing a bowling shirt in the wild. And yet, here we are.

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How do you tone down Sean Wotherspoon's bold, bright Nike Air Maxes (plus neon pink hair)? Gray and navy, my friend.


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A very good shirt with one hell of a backstory.


Hill knows that shorts can go with pretty much everything. Including a topcoat, apparently.


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Or a bright-white hoodie.


Less streetwear, more classic menswear with a little bit of modernity sprinkled in. 


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Here's why you need a good overcoat before fall arrives.


Oh, you haven't heard about the rise of hyped socks?


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When in doubt: a bomber with just the right amount of color-blocking at the collar and cuffs.


The coat is one part street, one part runway. It works.

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The World Cup may be over, but soccer style is here to stay.


Fans would recognize that Palace logo from a mile off. Which is why you should have it on your radar, too.


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Oblique references to dark Steve Carrell movies? Sure, why not?

This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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