He was the coolest guy at Sunday night's Academy Awards, standing out from the fashion pack in his white Saint Laurent tuxedo jacket and red bow tie.
But come Monday morning, Best Supporting Actor winner Jared Leto was rocking a slightly more safe, dowdy look.
The 42-year-old was seen leaving his home in Los Angeles ahead of an interview with Oscars host Ellen DeGeneres on her popular talkshow in nearby Burbank, wearing what at first glance appeared to be a pair of embroidered slippers.
On closer inspection, however, the fashion-forward star was actually wearing a rather dapper, if a little odd, pair of black leather
loafers with shiny patent leather toes and gold and green embellished striped design and accompanying gold leaf detail.
His all-black ensemble included a pair of slim-fit pants, a plain top and blazer, while he carried
a snazzy black fedora, letting his luscious long ombre tresses fall down around his shoulders.
A pop of colour in the form of a bright purple scarf and a simple silver feather pendant completed his outfit.
The 30 Seconds To Mars rocker also toted a much-needed Starbucks coffee in his hand and shielded his tired eyes from the glare of the sun with large brown aviators.
While one trusty assistant helped him to his awaiting black SUV with a navy blue tote bag, another was entrusted with his precious new Oscar statue.
The blonde-haired woman, who was also clad in head-to-toe black, appeared a little nervous as she carried the prized possession the few steps across the driveway, no doubt worried she might drop it and damage it.
Also making an appearance at the star's home was his close pal, controversial celebrity photographer Terry Richardson, who was seen leaving the property with his camera equipment
in hand just as a display of white roses in a basket was being delivered.
The 48-year-old took to Twitter to congratulate his buddy on his prestigious win, after flooding his feed with behind-the-scenes photos of the star in the lead-up to the ceremony.
Jared topped off the most amazing period of his 21-year acting career with the highest recognition
for his gritty performance in Dallas Buyers Club - following a six-year hiatus to focus on his music.
The Oscar comes hot on the heels of personal triumphs at the Golden Globes, Screen Actors Guild Awards and Hollywood Film Festival, to name but a few.
During his sit-down with Ellen the morning after the big night, the star revealed rather surprisingly that his best moment from the whole event was not winning the award, but watching his mum, Constance, dance with Madonna at her famously star-studded afterparty.
The star also took the opportunity to take to Twitter to praise his mother once again, following his acceptance speech in which he gave her props for raising him and older brother Shannon as a single parent.
'I love you, mom. Thank you for teaching me to dream,' he wrote, linking to a transcript of his speech.
He also shared a photo from the evening in which he is holding his newly-engraved gold nameplate out to the camera, ready to be attached to his statue.