His chiseled arms were fully displayed in the look, which he teamed with black leggings and shorts.
The longtime actor looked great in a pair of black aviator sunglasses as he rocked a full white beard.
His neck-length graying hair was in an off-center part and held in place by his thin head accessory, which had fine blue stripes.
Day out: Chris Pine happily enjoyed a day out and about in Los Angeles on Friday
His look: The 43-year-old Don’t Worry Darling star — who is regularly seen on the go in LA — was dressed in a white tank top and matching headband
Pine, who is a native of Los Angeles, finished his laidback look with a pair of woven brown slip-on shoes.
He was seen headed toward his blue Porsche sports car after leaving a dance studio.
It comes after the Hollywood heartthrob recently spoke to People and described his fashion sense as ‘jiggy.’
And in an interview with Esquire earlier this year, the performer also stood by his style, referring to it as ‘f****** awesome’ and ‘ridiculously cool.’
He added that it’s drawn comparisons to Gregg Allman of the Allman Brothers Band and the Bee Gees.
On Thursday evening Pine was spruced up for the Brunello Cucinelli Dinner at the storied Chateau Marmont.
He looked dashing with his hair neatly slicked back and his beard trimmed up for a clean look.
Chris modeled a double-breasted ivory suit with dark pinstripes, wearing a black v-neck shirt under his blazer.
Dapper: On Thursday evening Pine was spruced up for the Brunello Cucinelli Dinner at the storied Chateau Marmont; pictured with host Brunello Cucinelli
Dinner party: Chris was in good company at the swanky soiree, which was also attended by Jennifer Lopez and Oprah Winfrey
Last year, while chatting with Entertainment Tonight, Chris discussed ditching the clean-cut look for a shaggy aesthetic.
He teased that it was ‘equal parts laziness and equal parts something I may do in the future here,’ hinting at a movie role.
‘If there’s any excuse not to shave and have makeup put on, I, you know…’ he joked, before responding again to claims the transformation was for work.
‘Maybe,’ he said mysteriously before adding, ‘It’s mostly laziness.’