Tom Holland and Todd Snyder Spin Up a Spectacular Fit

art treatment by Elaine Chung

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I know that Tom Holland is making the media rounds to support his new movie Uncharted, but I finally—finally—saw his latest turn in the MCU this weekend so I’m still thinking of him as our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. And not to get all spoiler-y on you (I mean, it is in the trailers), but the crux of the webslinger’s recent journey is his desire to return to anonymity. He’s been thrust into the limelight and he wants out. Which brings me to the outfit from designer Todd Snyder (put together by stylist Law Roach) that Holland wore to visit NYC IRL a few days ago. Because one look at it and you know that unlike Peter Parker, Tom Holland is ready to be seen.

Just look at that combo! The cardigan on its own is eye-catching, but when you layer it under a houndstooth car coat? We’re talking about one spectacular fit. And thanks to the proportional interplay between the patterns—the larger argyle of the cardigan versus the smaller houndstooth of the coat—the pieces complement each other instead of vying for attention. Just anchor everything with slim black chinos and a simple gray tee and you’re all set.

This is the kind of look that you can—and should—emulate in its entirety. It stands out in all the right ways, and it doesn’t require A-lister status to pull it off. And the really good news is you can get every element of it right now, from the cardigan that shockingly hasn’t sold out yet to the car coat that is, in a delightful little bonus, on sale for half off. Just head over to Todd Snyder and stock up, and soon you’ll have an outfit as amazing as Holland’s.

Merino Zig-Zag Cardigan in Rust

Todd Snyder


Italian Car Coat in Brown Houndstooth

Todd Snyder


Made In L.A. Premium Jersey T-Shirt in Grey Heather

Todd Snyder


Japanese Selvedge Chino Pant in Black

Todd Snyder


Jonathan Evans is the style director of Esquire, covering all things fashion, grooming, accessories, and, of course, sneakers.

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