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Nick Jonas likes to get in and out when shopping

Published 29/05/2016

Nick Jonas
Nick Jonas

Nick Jonas likes a classic approach with bold elements when it comes to his clothes.

Nick Jonas finds shopping easy with a stylist.

The former Jonas Brothers singer has a genuine love for clothes, but retail is not his strong point. Luckily he gets to work with a stylist and personal shopper when he splashes out on new clothes, which makes for a speedy experience.

“I think the great part is once the Personal Shopping stylists start to know what you like, they set the items up perfectly and you just get in and get out,” he smiled to Topman Magazine.

Nick is known for his dapper style choices, and is never afraid to dress up when the occasion calls for it.

For the 2016 Met Gala in May (16), the 23-year-old went bold in a blue tux jacket, with black trim collar and black trousers and bow tie.

“I’m really all about the classic approach, but with some bold elements. That’s my style guide in general,” he explained.

Nick is also a fan is more casual attire, and can be seen in anything from jeans and a T-shirt, to a bomber jacket worn over a slick shirt.

The Jealous singer has always enjoyed clothes, and even feels his aesthetic can impact other areas of his life.

”A lot of what happens in the fashion world in general actually informs artistry on a deeper level,” he admitted.

Speaking about why Nick was chosen for the cover of Topman magazine, Topman global marketing director Jason Griffiths explained the singer and actor embodies the brand’s message.

“Topman has an established global program of ongoing partnerships with talent and influencers,” he said. “The relationship with Nick was a perfect U.S.-centric choice given the brand’s heritage and association, combining the music and fashion world.”

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