Brad Pitt’s transformation opens a new stage

Whether the Dalai Lama or Shania Twain once said: “Okay, so you are Brad Pitt? It doesn’t impress me very much.”

But Brad Pitt is not the kind of guy who cares about impressing the Dalai Lama and Shania Twain. He knows he impresses everyone else. That is why now he is taking confident steps into a new era of his life and making a revolution in style.

In recent weeks, the 58-year-old actor has walked the red carpet at the premiere of his new movie, Bullet Train, while showing off his new look.

Key elements of fashion? Pastels and shorts.

Classical. out of time. Difficult. I wore the same to the prom.

Brad has entered a new phase. Throughout his career, he has seamlessly transitioned from Hollywood heartthrob to real movie star. Now he seeks to explore the territory of the eccentric artist.

And look, we’ll take Brad Pitt in any way we can get him. He has reached the point where he can do whatever he wants and we will continue to take him seriously.

In the past, the actor has been accused by memes of stealing the styles of his girlfriends. He cut his hair like Gwyneth Paltrow when the couple dated in the 90s. In the 2000s, he borrowed Jen Aniston’s sea salt spray. And when he started dating Angelina, it seemed like the couple often went to the bar together.

But his latest style revolution is really noteworthy. Is he just an eccentric artist? Or has it suddenly slipped into competition with the kids of TikTok?

Who would’ve thought we’d see the day Brad Pitt tried to keep up with internet boyfriends Timothée Chalamet and Harry Styles – with their flamboyant wrinkled velvet fashions and bold statement patterns.

In Berlin, he wore a pink shirt, army boots and a kilt. He then brought a blast of color to Los Angeles in a green suit and yellow sneakers. In other performances, he wore zip-up tops, loose shirt jackets, and baggy drawstring pants in various pastel shades.

When asked about the skirt and his latest sartorial research, the actor simply replied: “I don’t know! We’re all going to die, so let’s mess it up.”

He makes it sound like it’s not even thought of at all – that he’s just accepting life as it is. But coordinated pastels don’t happen on their own. Coordinated pastels are achieved through numerous meetings with stylists who strategize with Pinterest boards.

For us ordinary people, you reach a certain age when it’s too late for a style revolution.

When you are younger, you can experiment with looks and personality. But by the time you’re 30, you’ll pretty much be comfortable with who you are. Your style is as predictable and expected as Bart Simpson’s blue shorts and orange shirt combo.

The style revolution affects more than just your life. It shakes the worlds all around you. For example, imagine if your dad had just started wearing accessories.

Or if your mom became one of those annoying people who gets too into 1950s rockabilly fashion.

Even a colleague. If your middle-aged boss bursts into the office tomorrow morning in a bowler hat, it will knock the workplace off its axis. On this day, the deadlines were not met. The pings will go crazy.

It takes a certain amount of confidence to wake up one morning and decide on a whim that you are now the guy in the bowler hat. And it is foolish to think that the rest of the world will accept it without comment.

Remember how a few years ago Karl Stefanovich shook up his personal life and revolutionized his own style by trying to be Matthew McConaughey in a fedora hat and braided leather bracelets? We all had a field day.

A style revolution only for the brave. Like those women who decided that they would only wear purple for the rest of the century. They dedicate their entire lives to purple as if it were a religion. All of a sudden, their entire wardrobe became a patchwork of magenta and purple. Amethyst. Lilac, plum and purple.

They usually also develop a purple streak in their hair. Then paint the front door of their house a brilliant purple. If you spot one of these women in the wild, follow her into the car park and you’ll find she’s probably driving a purple Honda Jazz.

Needless to say, Brad’s new style revolution will send his ex-Angelina Jolie out of control. Her friends will text her relentlessly after every red carpet appearance: “Did you see the shorts?”

Seeing an ex live their life is annoying enough. But seeing an ex go through a style revolution? Infuriates. Who the hell do they think they are?

In Australia, a style revolution of Brad Pitt’s scale simply would not have taken place. Russell Crowe? The country couldn’t resist. We, as a nation, will only allow Rusty to wear one Best & Less black tracksuit.

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