Nick Jonas posed alongside Elvis Duran at the DNCE Jingle Ball after party in Tampa, Florida. The signer wore his TOPMAN Skinny Jeans in Vintage Blue Rips with Common Projects chelsea boots and a fatigue green jacket.
I really like the approach that TOPMAN took with these jeans. They are 100% cotton which I find really benefited the style as it gives the distressing a more naturally worn look. With the placement and wash, they look like a pair of vintage Levi’s that many search long and far for. You can click here to purchase these jeans from NORDSTROM.
I find these jeans to be really well made. The wash and distressing even had me confused for a bit that they might have been Saint Laurent. They have the sanding and dyed thread that looks like they could have been part of the storied fashion house. What do you guys think of these jeans? You can click here to purchase these jeans from NORDSTROM.
Nick Jonas was spotted on his way out of an afterparty at the Heartland Brewery and Chophouse. The singer wore a pair of the J Brand Bearden Moto Jeans in Black with an Avec Mes Amis jacket and Common Project sneakers.
I find this look to be classic in colorway, but updated in the details. The painted jacket and moto helps keep it from looking like the usual and everything just fits Nick very well, especially the jeans.
Moto styles are one of those jeans that, I find, fit to be even more important than classic styles. There is a lot of detail to them that can easily make them sloppy, but they fit Nick really well here and keep his look feeling smart. You can click here to purchase these jeans from the J Brand website and here for his jacket and sneakers.
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Nick Jonas was pictured grabbing a drink and running some errands in Tribeca in New York City a couple of days ago.
Being the denim lover that Nick is, he chose to wear a raw double denim look, opting for some gorgeously made pieces in the form of a denim jacket and skinny jeans. Usually we see two different shades of denim paired together, but I love this. I think the white breaks it up enough to keep it from looking too uniform. The texture and the sheen that the denim has to it here though is amazing!
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