A choice for Ryan Seacrest's "birthday suit."

Ryan Seacrest is ready to don his birthday suit to celebrate the special occasion, which falls on Christmas Eve. But instead of going au naturel to commemorate his birthday on Dec. 24, the television host is taking to social media to ask his fans for their suggestions on his wardrobe.

Today, Seacrest will post a video showcasing three looks and ask his 2.8 million followers to vote on which one they like best over the course of the next week. The look with the most votes will win the contest and he’ll wear it for all his birthday festivities on that day — and post a photo of himself dressed in the outfit on the social media platform.

All of the choices consist of pieces from the Ryan Seacrest Distinction men’s wear line’s special evening collection, available at Macy’s. The formalwear line includes a selection of tuxedos, sport coats, formal shirts and accessories.

The choice will be between a dark tonal camo sport coat, a black textured Geo tuxedo and a burgundy embossed blazer.

Seacrest is also doing a giveaway of the finished look to one of his fans who participated in the contest.

“My birthday is just around the corner, so I thought it would be fun for my friends on social media to help me pick out what I should wear for the celebration,” Seacrest said. “I put together a few great looks from Distinction’s new evening collection available at Macy’s, and people can vote for their favorite one on Instagram using #seacrestbirthdaysuit. Who would have thought I’d be inviting everyone on the internet to see me in my birthday suit?”

In 2014, Seacrest, who also has over 15 million followers on Twitter,  teamed up with Macy’s to launch his Distinction line of men’s tailored clothing and furnishings to capitalize on his propensity to wear suits. He expanded into a Rio-skewed collection of sportswear prior to his hosting duties for the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

Seacrest is best known as host of “American Idol,” “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest,” the iHeart Radio Music Festival and the nationally syndicated morning radio show “On Air With Ryan Seacrest.” He also has his own production company, Ryan Seacrest Productions, that produces “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” among other programs.