×

Ryan Reynolds Slips on Classic Sneakers & Checkered Shirt for ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’

Ryan Reynolds embodied crisp and easygoing off-duty style while in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

While leaving the set of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” Reynolds was spotted wearing a pair of khaki pants with a white T-shirt. Layered atop the “Deadpool” actor’s wardrobe basics was a long-sleeved collared shirt with a cream and coral checked pattern, which included rolled-up sleeves. The relaxed outfit was complete with blue floral socks, as well as sunglasses and a stack of beaded bracelets — plus Reynolds’ Apple Watch.

Ryan Reynolds, sneakers, white sneakers, canvas sneakers, flat sneakers, lace up sneakers, high top sneakers, printed shirt, short sleeve shirt, trousers, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Los Angeles
Ryan Reynolds leaves the set of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” in Los Angeles on Aug. 9, 2022.
CREDIT: RB/Bauergriffin.com / MEGA

When it came to shoes, Reynolds opted for a classic pair of high-top sneakers. His canvas style featured cream uppers with rounded flat soles and textured rubber outsoles. Completing the pair were white laces, providing a clean and relaxed finish to the actor’s outfit.

Ryan Reynolds, sneakers, white sneakers, canvas sneakers, flat sneakers, lace up sneakers, high top sneakers, printed shirt, short sleeve shirt, trousers, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Los Angeles
Ryan Reynolds leaves the set of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” in Los Angeles on Aug. 9, 2022.
CREDIT: RB/Bauergriffin.com / MEGA

Reynolds’ style is often classic and mellow, including suede McCaffrey lace-up boots and a variety of tonal Adidas and Nike sneakers. The “Free Guy” star usually opts for sharp leather lace-up brogues on the red carpet, as well. Aside from his sharp shoe wardrobe, Reynolds has also dabbled in fashion as the face of Armani’s “Armani Code Absolu” fragrance and a campaign star for Piaget, Marks & Spencer, Mr. Porter and Hugo Boss over the years.

imbox Sponsored

Customer Experience, Revenue Stream and Sustainability Come Wrapped in an IMBOX

Sustainable, footwear protection technology company, IMBOX Protection, is bringing its in-store service to the U.S. market for increased foot traffic and basket size with a new revenue stream.
Learn More

Access exclusive content