Woody Harrelson looked like he literally rolled right out of bed and hit the red carpet for ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2’ photocall in Paris, where he stepped out in pajama pants and a pair of socks. Are you hoping Woody starts a new trend with his relaxed look or is this way too casual in your book?
Does it get any more comfortable than this? Woody Harrelson, 54, decided to show off a more, um, relaxed look when he stepped out for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 photocall in Paris on Nov. 9, when he rocked the red carpet in a pair of pajama pants and socks — he couldn’t even be bothered with putting on a pair of shoes! It looks like he just got out of bed — and we can only hope that he brushed his teeth before flashing a smile in front of the photographers.
No shoes? No problem…well, at least for Woody Harrelson. Sure, jet-setting across the globe and showing off one dapper look after another might be tiring — and it looks like Woody has totally had enough. All it took was the third stop on the promotional tour for the actor to rock a get-up right from bed. While the pajama trend is totally having a moment, (with everyone from Selena Gomez showing off the style), Woody took it a step further with his outfit — the fact that he rocked socks instead of shoes spoke volumes.
It doesn’t look like the actor was actually trying the pajama trend, (and if he was this version is way too literal). Instead, I think there’s a bigger story behind his casual get-up — perhaps the actor lost a bet with his costars? Join Amazon Prime – Watch Thousands of Movies & TV Shows Anytime – Start Free Trial Now
Regardless of what was behind the get-up, there’s no denying the fact that Woody definitely takes home the award for most comfortable on the red carpet! If you love his comfy look, you can SHOP for a pair of plaid pajama pants HERE on Amazon.com — but we recommend reserving the style for sleepovers!
What do you think of his statement style? Is his comfortable look totally cool or way too relaxed for a red carpet appearance?