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‘Cleannnnn’: Steve Harvey’s Outfit Glistens In His IG Post, and Fans Are Loving It

Steve Harvey is brightening up his Instagram in his latest matching outfit. On Tuesday, Nov. 17, he posted a photo of himself wearing matching teal Dolce and Gabbana satin pants and shirt with blue loafers.

As he poses for the photo, Harvey is smiling as he stands in a kitchen with his sleeves rolled up.

He captioned the photo, “Cooking with my new friend @IamTabithaBrown on @stevetvshow wearing some pimpin custom @dolcegabbana!!”


Harvey received many compliments for the unique outfit.

One person wrote, “Cleannnnn.”

Another fan commented, “I’m feeling that outfit!”

“Liking that blue my boy sheesshh,” another added.

A fourth person typed, “Well damn you did this Unc!”

Some other people in the comments took a moment to joke with the 63-year-old about the outfit.

TV show host, Dr. Phil, said, “Didn’t I tell you to stop stealin’ my suits?!”

“Black-ish” star, Miles Brown, wrote, “Almost looks like a wax statue.”

Someone else wrote, “Could see this from Mars.”

“I love Steve! He looks like a extra for the Temptations,” joked another.

Stylish wear, especially suits, have always been a significant part of Harvey’s signature look. Even in his early days of comedy, he almost always wore suits. Last year, on an episode of his online show, “Rolling with Steve Harvey”, the TV host revealed a couple of reasons why he wore the three-piece outfits all the time.

He said his mother taught him to dress well and assured him that it would help him find a wife one day, because good women are impressed by a man that knows how to dress well.

The actor even told a funny story about how, back when he was still doing comedy, fellow comedian D.L. Hughley asked him why he always wore suits just to tell jokes.

He replied, “I don’t know no other way to be, dog. People paying all this money to see us, might as well give ’em something to look at.”

Harvey said he also encouraged Cedric the Entertainer and the late Bernie Mac to wear suits.

He said, “The Kings of Comedy wasn’t no pretty group. We was funny as hell, but we was not an attractive bunch. You just have to know that. If you ain’t cute, you ain’t cute. You just gotta come to that s–t.”

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