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Is Matt Bomer a Toasted Coconut or a Fancy Coffee?

An investigation.
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What are we looking at here? Well, Matt Bomer, of course. There he is, doing his handsome celebrity thing in some classic glasses, a nicely tailored suit, and a turtleneck. But what are we really looking at? We are looking at a toasted coconut—or at least, a spot-on example of what we've dubbed the Toasted Coconut Fit. The shades of tan and beige and brown come together to create a supremely stylish but still-inviting vibe, and the overall impression of a food that's delicious on its own, or sprinkled over ice cream or baked into a cookie.

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But, wait. Take another look at that suit. Is the color, perhaps, just a shade or two too dark to qualify for a toasted-coconut designation? Take a moment and ponder this dilemma. Go ahead and give it time. Hell, why not go on a coffee run while you're at it. I could go for a flat white. You? Of course, you could! They're delicious. Plus, you know, they're pretty much the exact same color as this suit.

Matt Bomer: toasted coconut or fancy coffee?

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So, perhaps Bomer is not rocking the Toasted Coconut Fit, but rather a Fancy Coffee Ensemble. Or maybe you're big into graham crackers and all you can see when you look at him is what lies inside a box of Honey Made. Or...bagels! Normal ass toast! The food comparisons are pretty much endless, to be honest, so choose your own adventure.

Besides, the point here isn't what food Bomer most resembles. It's that he looks damn good. So, if you haven't yet considered the possibility of investing in a light brown suit, a camel sweater, or anything else in the "could be toast" color spectrum, it's time to rethink that. Here's an easy option to get you started.

Havana Taupe Suit, suitsupplysuitsupply.com

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

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