Jason Schwartzman is an undeniable indie star. He has starred in numerous Wes Anderson films, such as "Rushmore" and "The Darjeeling Limited." His co-stars have included Kirsten Dunst ("Marie Antoinette" ), Adrian Brody ("Darjeeling Limited") and Ben Stiller ("The Mark Pease Experience"). In addition, Schwartzman has perfected the brooding look, complete with a beard and chin-length hair. Here are some ideas to help you emulate the style of this wonderful actor.
- Get some quirky frames Regardless if you need them or not, a sweet pair of oversized glasses will give you that Schwartzman look you're going for. Jason Schwartzman has been photographed with some wire-frame aviator glasses, but any large style frame should work.
- Get a suit With the many interviews and press appearances Jason Schwartzman has, a tailored suit is imperative. Schwartzman often goes the traditional route with a simple button down and tie underneath. However, wearing a sweater and a collared button down shirt under the suit is an optional style, which Jason Schwartzman has been seen wearing on occasion.
- Wear it with some boots Jason Schwartzman also does suits in non-traditional ways A pair of work style boots look great with a suit and gives the outfit an edge. Another option that Jason Schwartzman uses when wearing suits is pairing the suit with matching sneakers. A pair of black leather sneakers would look great with an all-black suit.
- Get a tux Every self-respecting movie star would not be caught dead on the red carpet without a well-tailored tuxedo. With all the movie premieres and awards shows Jason Schwartzman attends, a good tuxedo is necessary.
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