Pete Davidson, best known for his role as an SNL cast member (and rumors of his own member), should also be acknowledged for his style; something you could describe as “elevated scumbro fashion.” Despite dating luxury queen Kim Kardashian, Davidson mostly hangs out in sweats, graphic tees, and sneakers — even wearing a pair of Yeezys when the two first starting seeing each other.
Yet the comedian knows how to make his laid-back style luxe: His closet mixes streetwear grails from Brain Dead and Supreme with high-end pieces from Theory and Thom Browne, the latter of which may have been Kim’s influence — we are, after all, talking about a guy from Staten Island. Still, if you’re looking to emulate Davidson (and his BDE), these eight pieces under $100 are a great starting point.
Pete practically makes Staten Island a part of his personality, making this cap a great fit for his rotation. To get his signature scumbro look, style with a tie-dye tee, cargo pants, and some quirky jewelry.
Davidson’s best known for his grungy style, but he’ll occasionally pull out a more formal style and dress it down to his liking. He’s worn similar structured jackets with colorful sneakers, a graphic tee, and beaded charm necklaces.
A connoisseur of graphic tees, Pete typically gravitates towards funky prints and colors. This floral Stüssy shirt is right up his alley — just pair with a chore jacket, matching nail polish, and some silver rings.
When these sneakers debuted, it was hard to imagine who would possibly spend money to buy a pair. Davidson, however, proved even the ugliest Reebok collaborations could be stylish by wearing this pair on Late Night With Seth Meyers. Now you can buy the same pair for less than retail price — a pretty sweet deal.
Davidson — a well-known weed advocate — may consider his own motto to be stay cool, making this rainbow hoodie all that more appropriate. Great for chilling, or appearing on SNL, the sweatshirt is a piece the comedian wears on the regular with sweats or jeans.
Equal parts streetwear and just plain weird, this mohair beanie fits perfectly within Davidson’s expansive hat rotation. Try styling it with a graphic tee that mimics its colors, or, better, a funky cardigan with the same furry texture.
Now that Pete’s dating a Kardashian, he’ll occasionally trade in his sweats for a pair of work pants. Style these like the comedian by throwing on a pair of Converse, a beanie, and an ill-fitting graphic tee.