We had the fantastic privilege of interviewing someone who we admire for his amazing sense of humor, acting talent, and individual style. Allow us to introduce you to Charlie Day. He is best known for his role as Charlie Kelly on FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, (and starting the ever popular “Green Man” look) but is also the executive producer and one of its writers. We asked him several questions about his style that we thought you might be interested in knowing, so sit back and enjoy the awesomeness of Mr. Day.
SL: Describe a typical Saturday outfit.
CD: Saturday, (if I have the day off) might involve camo shorts a white tee, running shoes and a baseball cap because I am most likely walking the dog. If not, maybe a golf outfit because I have become a golf junkie in my not-so-old age. Nothing fancy on Saturday, I like to get out and about on my days off.
SL: Name one thing in your closet that you absolutely cannot live without.
CD: Underwear. I never leave home without it. It’s not the 70’s anymore. No chaffing for this guy.
SL: Do you pick out what you wear on the show and premieres or do you have a stylist for that?
CD: I always pick out what I wear but the wardrobe people provide great options. The only person who you could call my stylist is my wife.
SL: Top 3 go to stores for clothes, shoes, accessories etc.
CD: Lately I never have time to shop, and Mary Elizabeth has picked me out some great clothes. But if I had to say, Ben Sherman seems to fit me well and looks good too. I guess Urban Outfitters is always a safe bet also. After that I’m lost when it comes to shopping. Maybe thrift stores.
SL: Whose style do you admire most?
CD: Maybe early Brando. By early I mean skinny and by Brando I mean James Dean.
SL: You in 9th grade…What were you wearing?
CD: Pegged pants and champion sweat shirts. Well, maybe in 8th grade. In 9th I was in an all boys school and had to wear a jacket and tie every day.
SL: Your 3 favorite brands/designers if any?
CD: I don’t know anything about anything when it comes to that. I’m really a dumb-dumb when it comes to fashion.
Well, we’ll just have to disagree with you, sir.