Seth Rogen Would Like to Welcome You to Peak Fall

We’re in peak fall, which means it’s high time to lean into the earthy and deeper tones of the season. When it comes to dressing with an artful grasp on color, look no further than Seth Rogen. Time and time again, the beloved Canadian whips up outfits that are as delightfully shaded as his ceramics. Rogen tends to gravitate towards earthy tones regardless of the time of year: he’s got cozy green cardigans and tonal terra cotta suits in the rotation, perhaps nodding to his beloved pastimes of cannabis and clay. But this month, he’s leaned especially heavily into an autumn palette while giving his spin on the season’s most wearable colors.

Rogen is fresh off the announcement he’s leading a new comedy series for Apple TV+, and spending his days doing press for his latest film, Steven Spielberg’s semi-autobiographical blockbuster The Fabelmans. A big month calls for big fits, and he has not disappointed. First, he broke out a surefire color combo of green and brown with a single-button blazer and trousers to match by British label Paul Smith (one of Rogen’s go-to brands). The following week, at the Museum of Modern Art, he leaned into a casual, artier vibe: a fuzzy cardigan, corduroy pants, pink button-up, and easy-wearing footwear. The sweater and pants are by New York label Corridor, known for its next-level knitwear, while the shoes are the hard-to-beat California mules by Fear of God. The two looks feel quintessentially Rogen: sharply stylish and wonderfully colorful—and, in the case of his cardigan look, supremely cozy.

Earlier this month, GQ published a guide to wearing green and brown, calling it the perfect fall palette. Indeed, it’s a tried-and-true color combo that will never go out of style—and if you need further proof, just look to Rogen. And if you’re looking to freak your fall style to even brighter heights, throw in some unexpected shades in the mix. Don’t shy away from delightfully dyed cardigans or ultra-cozy clogs. You might get mistaken for a stylish ceramics teacher…or a well-dressed movie star—either way, it will be a well-executed fall fit.