This morning, we reported on Brad Pitt Linen Super Storm succeeded in Paris over the weekend. Now, we’re living with the latest update that flaxseed temperatures have turned the skies over to Berlin, where Pitt and he High speed train co-stars are promoting their new movie.
In the German capital, however, the storm took on a new form: a linen dress.
In 96 hours of High speed train promotional tour so far, GQAugust cover star wore several versions of the same thin linen-stitched suit, each consisting of a loose-breasted jacket and baggy drawstring trousers of different colors (cream orange, khaki, slate gray, etc.) , light pink) and has distinct details. On Tuesday night, the actor tweaked the formula with a raw-rimmed knee-length dress and a matching cocoa brown jacket, which he teamed with a pink button-down shirt and a Black Stylmartin biker boots. If you didn’t know before that Brad Pitt had a rhino tattoo on his right shin, consider yourself informed.
Sure, variations on a theme are certainly an effective red carpet wardrobe strategy — and also a practical one, when that theme includes lightweight fabrics to adapt to the heat. Historical heat is hitting Europe right now. (Towards the end, Chris Pine and Steven Yeun has been promoting the easy-going linen agenda next door.) And while celebrities don’t always take the weather into account. how they dress for summer events—A garment is an garment, no matter how breathable — it’s great to see some solid inspiration for maximum airflow.