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What To Wear At The Airport, According To A Mission Impossible Actor

The British comedian Simon Pegg hits an airport style high point.
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Simon Pegg is no style icon. Funny, yes. Successful? Incredibly so. But he's more known for withering British comedy than his stand-out wardrobe. That's not to say he's poorly-dressed—the Hot Fuzz star is steady, if anything—but the term style icon has largely eluded Pegg. Until now, anyway. 

Hot on the campaign trail for Mission: Impossible - Fallout, the 48-year-old touched down in Tokyo's Haneda Airport with a perfect outfit in tow. 


Not only did Pegg switch the dress shirt for a T-shirt (an easy dress-down move), every piece remained in-step colorwise: matching pocket square, lighter blue suit, and white minimal kicks below. What's more, a lighter two-piece lets you score smart points without risking sweat patches. 

Factor in the classic aviators, and the BAFTA nominee crafted a look that's more ageless than Tom Cruise himself. Maybe the 'style icon' label isn't so strange after all.

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

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