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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. 


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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.

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

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