Steven Yeun Style

This article & video is part of the Celebrity Style Inspiration Series, where Antonio Centeno from RealMenRealStyle.com and I pick out great outfits from actors from movies and tv shows and demonstrate how to recreate and incorporate them into your wardrobe. 
In the other video/article, currently live on RMRS Channel & Website, we talked about Steven Yeun’s style from The Walking Dead, but I don’t think a lot of people know that Steven’s off-screen style is also very, very good. He’s one of the few male celebrities that I know who doesn’t use a stylist who looks amazing all the time. I’ve worked with him quite a few times over the years and he’s definitely one of the naturally best dressers I know – and a total sweetheart!

When I was deciding on which of his outfits to feature, I found this one from a red carpet appearance and loved it, so I texted to let him know that I was going to do a video about it. He said he was excited to see how I’d recreate it, so… Hi Steven! 

Below is Steven’s outfit I’m going to recreate for you. I specifically like this because it’s casual but has just the right blend of edginess to it with the boots and cuffed pants.

The Jacket & Sweater

I like Steven’s cardigan jacket a lot, but I prefer a bomber-style jacket instead (in my model image below) because not only does it look great on all body types, it also helps break up the top and bottom halves a little bit more with the black waistband, which also lends itself well to the cuffed pant and chelsea boot look. I had my model wear a plain white t-shirt underneath the sweater because it provides an extra layer of warmth and adds a nice little neutral accent just peeking through. 

Pants and Shoes

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I added some dark wash jeans to stay true to the outfit and even though suede shoes are not my preference for most men, I went with similar suede boots because they work very well in Steven’s outfit. I especially love my choice because it’s a nice dark brown suede, which is easier to wear than a more reddish-oxblood brown or a lighter brown like Steven’s boots. My color choice will also look a little cleaner longer since it won’t show as many stains. 

And, of course, you’ve got to cuff/roll the jeans to complete the look.

My Version of this outfit

Topman Khaki Tailored Jersey Bomber Jacket (the original jacket I used isn’t available anymore, so this was the closest I could find from the same brand)
Life After Denim Heather Grey Astoria Crew Sweatshirt
Armani Exchange White Pima Crew Neck Tee
J Brand Tyler Slim Fit Stretch in Tumble
Vince Camuto ‘Bradbury’ Chelsea Boot

 

Designer Options

Frame Cotton Bomber Jacket 
Rag & Bone Depot Jacket
Acne Studios College Loopback Cotton-Jersey Sweatshirt
Sunspel Loopback Cotton-Jersey Sweatshirt
James Perse Short Sleeve Crew Neck 
Jil Sander Slim-Fit Cotton-Jersey T-Shirt
Burberry Brit Slim-Fit Washed Stretch-Denim Jeans
RRL Slim-Fit Selvedge Denim Jeans
John Lobb Lawry Suede Chelsea Boots
O’Keeffe Bristol Suede Chelsea Boots

Budget Friendly options

ASOS Jersey Bomber Jacket With Contrast Ribs in Khaki
Topman Khaki Cotton Bomber Jacket
H&M Gray Melange Sweatshirt 
Selected Homme Sweatshirt
American Apparel Fine Jersey Crewneck T-Shirt
Armani Exchange White Pima Crew Neck Tee
Uniqlo Stretch Selvedge Slim Fit Jeans  
Levis 511 Slim Fit Stretch Jeans in Sargent Cypress
ASOS Chelsea Boots in Suede
Johnston & Murphy Garner Gore Boots

Outfit Inspiration For Chelsea/Suede Boots & Bomber Jackets