For the December 2021 premiere of his Netflix film Don't Look Up, Jonah Hill rocked a powder blue Gucci suit with turquoise velvet loafers, delivering an unexpected monotone look. But it was double the serving of lewk at the event as Hill and girlfriend Sarah Brady rocked matching 'fits, with the actor crediting stylist Ezra Woods for the red carpet moment.
"Thank you to the amazing @ezrawoodsofficial for coming out of retirement to style us as glam space twins," Hill wrote on Instagram.
Why do we feel like this is on Urban Outfitters' forever mood board? Talk about a vibe and a half.
To support his sister Beanie Feldstein at the NYC opening of Funny Girl on Broadway in April, Hill rocked a bright orange Marnie set and a black jacket with two embroidered white flowers.
We saw Hill wearing a blush blazer and printed shirt, so now we want to wear a blush blazer and printed shirt all summer long.
For his collaboration with Adidas in 2020, Hill told GQ he wanted to take monochromatic dressing to the next level by offering matching shirts, pants, jackets and sneakers in a variety of colors.
"A lot of people wear monochromatic black or white," he explained to the magazine. "I thought it was kind of cool to have monochromatic merlot. That's actually a good band name, 'monochromatic merlot.' I just thought it was cool to kind of take that style of dressing and make it with these colors I'm obsessed with that I don't see a lot of stuff in."
Doesn't this vibrant purple, orange and yellow ERL shirt just make your day feel a little brighter? The added touch of a purple beanie ensures this look Hill sported on a 2021 appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon doesn't veer too costumey.
With his throwback jeans and trendy bucket hat, Hill is our dELiA*s dream come true.
As if the purple coat wasn't enough, Hill smartly paired it with bright orange sneakers for a casual look worth remembering.
What better way to liven up a summer coffee run than by matching your hat, sunglasses, t-shirt and face mask?
You know you've made it in the fashion world when you are casually rocking Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's The Row line in an Instagram mirror selfie.
At Paris Fashion Week in 2019, Hill rocked a '70s-inspired polo shirt, perfectly fitted gray suit and Adidas sneakers, nailing the perfect high-low look.
This mustard jacket and navy and white striped undershirt pairing is basically our dream travel outfit.
What better way to update your love for matching sets this summer than by donning one in terry cloth à la Hill in this Simone Fan number?
Hill proves you can never go wrong when you pair a blazer with a graphic t-shirt. Bonus points for the pop of neon in his Adidas sneaks.