There are plenty of ways to accurately describe Pete Davidson. Actor. Comedian. Would-be astronaut. Manscaped. But stylish? Usually not.

This is the guy who wore white Vans to the White House. Davidson's not necessarily badly dressed, depending on your definition of the phrase, but James Dean he ain't.

At least not at the moment. It does seem like his better half has been dictating his taste in subtle ways, which may very well lead to Davidson's full-blown style revival in due time.

Davidson is out and about while down under, meeting with fans (while wearing Zoo York and Twister pajama pants, no less) as he films Wizards!, a forthcoming A24 flick that co-stars the likes of Orlando Bloom and Naomi Scott, the latter of whom is perhaps best known for playing Jasmine in 2019's live-action Aladdin.

His girlfriend, Kim Kardashian, is nowhere to be seen — too busy hanging out with the kids perhaps — but her presence is most definitely felt, at least in a few small ways.

Well, just one small way.

Wait, what's that? Enhance.

Okay, you really can't see much either way but there's a slightly better view of Davidson's 'lil Goyard pouch above.

Davidson low-key flexing what appears to be a minute travel pouch made by one of the world's most low-key luxury labels is, actually, kind of a big deal despite it being a very small bag.

Again, this is the guy strolling around Cairns wearing Twister pajama pants.

The fact that Davidson owns anything from Goyard, let alone knows what it is, is almost certainly a bit of Kim-fluencing.

Kardashian clearly isn't gonna push her man to stop wearing graphic T-shirts or scuffed skate sneakers, at least at first, but she could be nudging him towards some slightly more opulent accessories.

This could be Kardashian's way of getting Davidson back for influencing her to get into her old Vans in between moments of lingering YEEZY love.

Davidson does admittedly surprise with his knowledge of brands, on occasion: he was spotted wearing Hidden.NY earlier this summer and did basically define the scumbro style of a few years back, though that was less about intentional swag and more about incidental sleaze.

Still, even if Kim isn't the reason that Pete travels in style, it's little moments like this that remind you that, yes, even this regular ol' dude from Staten Island has expensive taste. Even when he's dressed in Twister pajamas.

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