‘Schitt’s Creek’ Star Dan Levy’s Latest Look Is Giving Us Full on Harry Potter Vibes

If you haven’t heard, Dan Levy is a New York Times best-selling author, and his latest ensemble is reminding us of one of our all-time favorite book characters.

On Thursday, the Schitt's Creek actor shared a snap of himself on his personal Instagram account. The photo, which was taken at the Soho Farmhouse in the United Kingdom, shows Levy standing on the deck of the farmhouse looking chic in an ensemble fit for Hogwarts.


For the occasion, the 38-year-old actor sported a white collared shirt, a sweater and a navy trench coat equipped with buttons and flap accents. He topped off his look with a pair of brown-orange boots and his signature glasses.

If you’re unfamiliar, the Hogwarts uniform usually—mainly in the winter—consisted of whites shirts layered with grey sweaters and an official coat-like robe. So, while there are some differences, we’re definitely getting a Harry Potter vibe.

As we mentioned above, Levy recently collaborated with his father and former Schitt's Creek co-creator, Eugene Levy, on a brand-new book, titled Best Wishes, Warmest Regards: The Story of Schitt's Creek. And on Wednesday, he revealed that the book has reached the New York Times best seller list for nonfiction.

He shared the news on his Instagram, saying, “Ended the night with the news that we are officially @nytimes best selling authors. Bonkers. Thank you to everyone who bought a book and everyone who contributed to it. x.”

Maybe his next book will be about wizards and witches.

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