Ashton Kutcher used to be a model, but judging by some of his outfits, you wouldn't know it. The 36-year-old "Two and a Half Men" star turned up at the Stagecoach Music Festival on Saturday in a pair of light blue overalls over a white tank top. His look for the country music event was accessorized with a cowboy hat and boots as well as a blue bandana neckerchief.
This is not the first time Mila Kunis's man has not quite pulled off the cowboy look. At the 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards in 2012, Kutcher donned a raspberry red jacket, a cowboy belt buckle and black hat to present the Female Vocalist of the Year award.
Because of the over-the-top ensemble, Kutcher was accused of making fun of how country musicians dress, but he denied the charge.
@Miranda_Lambert I Am One Of The biggest country Music fans you've ever met. Wasn't making fun at all.
— ashton kutcher (@aplusk) April 3, 2012
Back in 2011, Kutcher promoted his rom-com "No Strings Attached" in Paris, wearing the kind of cardigan that would make anyone run for the hills.
On the set of the same film in 2010, he was photographed sporting a very eye-catching ensemble. We don't recall him wearing a canary yellow vest, plaid shorts, and rain boots in "No Strings Attached," but we're crossing our fingers that it was a costume he wore for one of the outtakes.
And Kutcher's bizarre fashion choices go back even further. In 2004, he wore a pink suit to the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style event honoring Tom Ford in Beverly Hills, despite the fact that he probably had his pick from the designer's extensive collection.
The actor once described his style as "comfortable and tactical" in InStyle magazine.
"I dress for what I have to do that day," Kutcher said.