Interview: ‘How To Make It In America’ Star Bryan Greenberg Admits He Used To Dress Like A Slob

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When we stopped by the Casio G-Shock The World party earlier this week, not only did we get sprayed with glitter from Ke$ha, but we also met up with Bryan Greenberg, star of HBO’s How To Make It In America (Kid Cudi is also in that show!). Check out what he has to say about style, because YES, he has an opinion. Everyone does!

Describe your style.
I’m a T-shirt and jeans kind of guy. Nothing fussy. The most important thing to me is comfort. I need something I can wear in-between work, hanging-out, and riding around New York City on my bike.

Who is your style inspiration?
I’d have to say my character on How To Make It In America. I’ve been ripping him off ever since I’ve been playing him. Before that I was kind of a slob.

What’s the most daring fashion item you own?
I’m not that daring in fashion, I like easy. I don’t want to look like I’m trying too hard. I don’t like to draw attention to myself.

What are your favorite places to shop?
I mostly shop at Urban Outfitters and they always have cool s***, even though everyone hates on them. And Steven Alan if I’m getting dressed up.

+ For this event, he wore a blue button-down, dark-wash jeans, and Nike Air Force One sneakers in white and burgundy. He’s right — his look is casual! But in a college boy/older brother/grown-man-skater-boy-Rob-Dyrdek kind of way. You like it?