From boy-band, teenage heartthrob to rock-cross-style god, Harry Styles has come a long way since his early days of fame. He may be smashing the mainstream charts with hits such as ‘Sign of the Times’ and newly-released ‘Lights Up’, but when it comes to his own knack for cutting a look, the style is all his. Call it what you will – a slick PR move or just a unique taste – but in announcement with his latest album and now world tour, the artist has rocked three impressive fits, that only Styles could pull off this well.
To be frank, what we would dub Harry Styles current phase would have to be ‘Grandpa Chic’ – Guccified, that is. Stepping out in Broadway this week, Styles was seen donning low-rise denim flares, a white t-shirt and an embroidered monogram coat. But if that wasn’t enough, a denim baker boy cap finished off the look for a ’70s touch. Over the weekend, Styles was again spotted in Manhattan taking a cue from Tyler, The Creator‘s sartorial book with a Lanvin sweater vest patterned with sheep. The former One Direction star continued his love affair of flares with a pinstripe iteration and finished off with what appears to be pink Gucci boots – his arm tattoos, giving a rockabilly edge.
To round up his three-time style streak, Styles took to Saturday Night Live in festive aesthetic. Making hero to the lightweight red sweater, his tonal ensemble mixed a micro-plaid printed pant – high waisted with front pleats – and a white and burgundy shirt layered underneath.
Harry Styles new album Fine Line will release on December 13 while his 2020 world tour ‘Love On Tour’ is set to kick off in the UK from April, next year.