Jonathan Majors is a seasoned actor with plenty of heavy-hitting credits to his name, including The Last Black Man in San Francisco, Lovecraft Country, and the forthcoming Creed III. But, to a massive swath of Marvel fans, Majors will now be forever indistinguishable from his heel turn as Kang the Conqueror in 2023's Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (according to many reviewers, by far the best part of the film).

However, I'm not here to celebrate Jonathan Majors, the actor. I'm here to celebrate Jonathan Majors the menswear conqueror, who's consistently demonstrated excellent stylistic taste over the past several years in the limelight.

Consider the above photo, a candid paparazzi snap of Majors en route to Good Morning America the morning of February 20: Majors takes the buzzy blazer + jeans combo to the next level by eschewing a collar, loosening the leg, and somehow pulling off the dangerous fedora combo (kids, don't try this at home lest you become A Fedora Guy).

It's an effortless look that the 33-year-old actor pulls off effortlessly. Even without the Bottega backpack in tow, Majors looks like a million bucks.

For a guy who describes himself as "boring," Majors sure knows how to dress.

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Key components of his style: organic textiles, flattering silhouettes that perfectly balance snugness with comfort, and high-rise trousers with loosely tapered legs.

Subtle details go a long way: note the white accents that dot the black turtleneck that Majors wore to GMA, only revealed when he removed his blazer. This is style, not fashion, and I mean that in the best way possible.

Majors frequently incorporates artisanal designers like Paul Harnden Shoemakers and Geoffrey B Small into his subdued looks, demonstrating a quiet confidence in his closet (having a knowledgeable stylist presumably helps too).

It's easy to wear the loudest, most statement-y stuff to let people know that what you're wearing is rare and expensive; it's far more mature (and inherently stylish) to let your clothes quietly speak for you.

Jonathan Majors epitomizes the kind of celebrity style that says a lot in very few words. You can instantly read his personality in everything he wears but you don't get labels and logos shoved down your throat.

Very appropriate for a guy who doesn't use social media. I tip my far-less cool fedora to him.

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